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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-12-2011, 02:30 PM Thread Starter
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152 or 155

I just bought a K2 WWW 152 im 5'11 and 170lbs i know the board should feel like a 155-157, but im wondering if i should have gotten the 155 since im not just in the ark all day....I like to do groomer and trails as well and pow. Just let me know what you think.
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maybe i should add im coming off of a 159 artec with regular camber which felt too long and stiff
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Was this question not answered many times in your other thread? You bought the wrong board for anything outside of the park. Everyone said for going outside the park the Parkstar 155 was the better choice.
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sorry just trying to get the right board. i kept hearing different things. my bad
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1. www rocker= shitty board for outside the park.
2. 152 is really small for you for anything outside of the park.
3. if you ask for information why not take it into consideration before buying.
lesson to be learned= know what your buying. I sure as hell wouldn't drop 400 bucks on a board i don't know 100% that it fits me perfectly.
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i got it for 250 and i can take it back and switch it out
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At your weight I'd personally go for 155 but what the fuck do I know (nothing)
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I'm 6'1 160lbs riding a 153, couldn't be happier. I can charge the groomers and park just fine. The only thing you can't do well is pow
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I'm 6'1 160lbs riding a 153, couldn't be happier. I can charge the groomers and park just fine. The only thing you can't do well is pow
But the WWW is a jib stick.
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I PM'd you, bwilloughby11, last night offering to sell you my used-for-only-4-days-and-in-excellent/pristine-condition-with-absolutely-no-damage, handmade-in-Vermont, top-of-the-line 2009/2010 Burton X8 157 with V-Rocker (with an original MSRP of $650) for $250 because you created a "WTB: true twin/ reverse camber or flat" thread with a maximum budget of $250 and my X8 fit your criteria--but I never heard back from you...

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