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What boards fit these specs?

Ok so I'm looking to get a new snowboard this season and I'm looking for something that can fit these specs:

1.True twin
2.flex approx. 4-6 out of 10
3.waist 25.0-25.3 cm
4.Rocker


My size:
5'11''
190lbs
10.5-11 boot

I have been searching for awhile but have yet to come up with more than a few options. I'm looking for a board that is good at buttering and its still possible to lay down a carve. I will be riding mostly hard pack, groomers, and some ice. Any ideas???
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Do u have. Budget? If not the NV Evo might be a nice way to go with th RC tech. Just a thought
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Do u have. Budget? If not the NV Evo might be a nice way to go with th RC tech. Just a thought
pretty much what i was going to say


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Oh huge surprise the EVO was suggested
Good board but actually it doesn't fit his specs, so forget it.
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i would bump your waist width up with that size boot. 10.5 to 11 is mid wide territory.

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Oh huge surprise the EVO was suggested
Good board but actually it doesn't fit his specs, so forget it.
and how doesnt it fit his specs? the waist width for the sizes he'd be riding are all over 25cm, mid range flex, and a true twin with r.c.


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My budget tops out around 350ish, didn't want to say because I wanted to see what was suggested first . I'm looking at the never summer evo-r and I might be able to find that in a 2010 model for my budget. The capita indoor fk has also been on my short list. I'm on a mid wide right now and with my burton 10.5 boots I really think I could go down to 25.0cm waist, heck I started on a 24.5 (wasn't exactly laying carves though ) I'm going to go check out the ride now!
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and how doesnt it fit his specs? the waist width for the sizes he'd be riding are all over 25cm, mid range flex, and a true twin with r.c.
He wants a 152ish twin with a waist width of 25.0-25.3
Never Summer EVO 151cm = 24.3
Never Summer EVO 153cm = 24.35
Do I need to spell that out for you?
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He wants a 152ish twin with a waist width of 25.0-25.3
Never Summer EVO 151cm = 24.3
Never Summer EVO 153cm = 24.35
Do I need to spell that out for you?
please tell me where he said hes looking for a 152, hes 5'11 and 190 pounds. the smallest board i can see him wanting(since he hasn't yet said a size he had in mind) would be the 155 which has a 25.1 waist width. do you really need to act like a douche bag while making yourself look stupid?


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please tell me where he said hes looking for a 152, hes 5'11 and 190 pounds. the smallest board i can see him wanting(since he hasn't yet said a size he had in mind) would be the 155 which has a 25.1 waist width. do you really need to act like a douche bag while making yourself look stupid?
Haha I dunno where I thought I read that, my bad. I guess I'm a douche bag
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