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what size should i pick??

hey i was given a great deal for last years skate banana n i was wondering what size should i get it in a 148 or 151 or should i get it bigger??...im 5'7 n weight is 168...need some help on this asap b4 the deal runs out thanks
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Depends on what you want to use it for. At 168lbs a 151 would be a good rail board. But if you wanted to ride it all over the mountain I'd go bigger at that weight.
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so what size would u say?? what size u ride for ur weight??
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im the same height and i weight about 155, I ride a 152 skate banana and its the perfect size, i think that'd be perfect for you as well
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I'd say the 156...but if you were more park oriented you could go with the 154 and still be able to handle the entire mtn.
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okay cool but im working out more and looking to drop down between 158 to 160 lbs so should i stick to a 151 or 152 ?
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