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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-04-2011, 05:59 PM Thread Starter
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Parkstar 155

I recently got the Parkstar 155 for the upcoming season. Im probably going to try to be doing a little bit more park riding this year. Im 5 11 and about 140 lbs. Do you think this board will be too big to maneuver and spin for me?

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My mate rides a 155 DH and he is about the same weight but a bit shorter. He wants a smaller board for easier spins. He took my 152 for a ride and loved it. Although he is looking to go even smaller, less than 150.

I am 170lbs riding a 152 all mountain and have no troubles with it. Personally i think you would be much better off on a smaller board. Question has to be asked why you went for a 155 then asked about it?
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