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steventnelson 12-15-2010 09:47 AM

Beginner here! help me pick from these two boards!! TWC standard or Process v rocker
 
As the title says I'm trying to feel out which board i should get I'm 6 feet, 150 pounds and have 11.5 - 12 size feet... i heard that shaun's line is quite narrow so im worried about my feet = too big for the twc standard....so on with the other choice the process v rocker, im really feeling this board a little more, im digging the v rocker tech that's incorporated in the board. anyway i'll put all the info about myself below so you guys can help me decide :) thanks
Oh and another thing that i'm wondering about is the stiffness of the process v rocker in comparison to the twc standard? which one should i be looking for for a guy with my specs and experience? thanks! i just want a board that i can enjoy but NOT a beginners board another reason why i'm tilting more towards the process v rocker i want a board that i can still have fun with even when i improve my skills a lot down the road and not be stuck with a sub-par board...ok really im finished now! thanks!!! :)


-6ft
-150 pounds
-11.5 - 12 foot size
-more all mountain but eventually would want to hit the park
-beginner LEVEL BUT i've been on a snowboard before so it's not my FIRST TIME on a board
-well that's it thanks guys! :)

so

The burton process v rocker 2011....
http://www.fontanasports.com/prodima...-DEFAULT-l.jpg


or. The TWC Standard 2011..

http://img46.imageshack.us/img46/5803/p1250871.jpg

http://img593.imageshack.us/img593/3757/p1250870e.jpg

Gibbarn 12-15-2010 10:51 AM

Since your have big feet, bigger than whats suggested for any of those boards, my suggestion for you would be buy a wide board so you don't end you with toe drag and such. If that's what you want, go for the process.

steventnelson 12-15-2010 11:41 AM

thanks alot bud for the reply! yea i know the process has a wide version not sure if the TWC does..anyway i'll go with a wider board in that case and also what's your or anybodys opinion on that matter on both these boards? what will i notice on the mountain between these two boards, thanks!

loren646 12-15-2010 11:43 AM

i'd be wary about getting a wide board bro. they are often resold. not enough pressure on the board.

do you end up dragging your toes really bad?

steventnelson 12-15-2010 01:45 PM

yea i had that in mind too man thanks for the heads up!


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