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Jib board for large feet

Recently I have been practicing jibs on my relatively all mountain board Burton Blunt (159W). But i'm kind of looking for a smaller board which I would prefer to ride because of my skateboard background. I was looking at the Stepchild jibstick 153 or the Forum contract 154

Anyone knows anything about large jibbers? :P

btw my specs are
length: 192 cm
weight: 75 kg
shoe size: 14(us) 12(uk) 47.5(eur)

Thanks in advance,
Josh

ps:I use a pretty width duck stance

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Nitro Haze 155w, CAPiTA Stairmaster 152w, Kink 153w, K2 Weapon 153w, Flow Verve 155w.

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You think I should really go for a width edition since ill mostly use it for indoor (I live in Holland there are no mountains or much snow at all :P)
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You have kayaks for feet. get a wide.

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Id go with a capita horroscope 155w if you want a soft board, not sure if you would like the urban fk, but I personally like it alot. Stairmaster wide would be a good choice too.
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yeah man, you need a wide board..no doubt about it...

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Ok I understand, thank you! My favorite so far is the capita stairmaster.
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Well, my favorite riding ones are the Swindle followed by the Verve.

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Ive heard good things about the swindle as well, a few guys that run the park at my local mountain ride it and like it alot. Stairmaster is also a solid choice. Can't go wrong with any of the suggestions so far
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What do you guys think of the DC PBJ 155w ? anyone had any experience with it? Tested it yesterday and really enjoyed it.
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