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Lib Tech Jamie Lynn or Similar Sizing Help

I have been searching for weeks and trying not to post this question but I am still having trouble deciding on a size for this board. I am 160 pounds and 5'8" size 11 boot. This is going to be my all mountain board and my first adventure with anything other than reg camber. I ride a 155 regular camber now and should the reverse camber be ridden a size bigger or smaller than that? Demoing now is out of the question for obvious reasons in western NY but I want to pick up a new board before I move to CO this summer. I orginally thought I wanted a 157 but I can't find any and two different places tried to tell me that I wanted a little shorter board as reverse cambers have a longer effective edge.
Keep in mind this is not for the park, it is for trees and all mountain riding and if I feel daring ,some back country stuff. I can pick up a 154 in either a jamie lynn or trs.
Any other thoughts on other boards ?

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Originally Posted by Coolfish3465 View Post
if I feel like dying some back country stuff. Thanks
Okay, you need to edit your post....this is some bad juju if go BC.

Here's my thoughts on your situation. With size 11 boots, I'd be a little concerned about the width of the 154 Jamie Lynn at 247mm...that could be pretty narrow for your boots. The 154 TRS with a 253 waist might be the safer choice.

Also, if you think 157 is the right size for you, have you considered the TRice? Its a better all mountain board than the TRS and the waist would be even better for your boot size.

As for the length, not considering the waist, I think at 160 lbs, you could go with a 154 or a 157 and be fine either way.
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Nother vote for T-Rice 157...
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157 for sure, or the landvic wide if you are worried about boot drag. Banana boards are quick and easy turnin and a bigger board will take you more places around the mountain. Trice if you want a twin, I prefer a directional for all mountain. Its twin shaped so switch is not an issue.

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