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Old 05-22-2011, 02:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Is this board right for me?

Weight-165-170 (although i hope to lose a little bit by winter)
Boot size-9.5
Riding style- All mountain. I'm still learning and everything, but I'm probably going to lean a little bit towards the park.
Age 16-I think i'm pretty much done growing.
budget $200 (I know it's a really small budget, that's why I'm looking at used boards)
Your location of riding-Pennsylvania

I found a 2011 Arbor Nighttrain(155) that is in my budget. I know that it's an intermediate-advanced board and I was wondering if it is too advanced of a board for me. And is 155 a good size for me?

I saw Snowwolf's definition of intermediate on another thread and I fit most of the criteria. Next winter I plan on going to the park more often so I think the Nighttrain would be a great board for me since it's all mountain, but leans towards the park.

What do you think? Is this board a good match for me? Any advice would be appreciated.
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