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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-18-2011, 07:29 PM Thread Starter
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Never summer legacy size help

Iam just shy of 5' 11" and my wt is 226 lbs with a size 13 boot. I just cruise the mountain what size should I try in a never summer board
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Try the 161.
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post #3 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-19-2011, 08:27 PM
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163, I rode one last season when I was almost pushing 235. I'm 200 now, size 12s...
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I'm riding a 161 Legacy at 6'2" 240 size 12 and mainly grommers.
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I am 5'10 around 235lbs. I have a 10.5 boots, shop said I am right on the edge of legacy. do you think legacy is too wide for me? I can get 20% off for Legacy 161 at a local shop, and they are all sold out of SL ;/
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^^ get the 161 and work out.
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^^ get the 161 and work out.
lol working on it. Already lost 25 lbs since October. I am more worry about the width of the board, will it be too wide since I am size 10.5 boots.
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I think the 161 is right for you.

I'm 6'2", 250 with a size 13 boot. I ride a 163.

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lol working on it. Already lost 25 lbs since October. I am more worry about the width of the board, will it be too wide since I am size 10.5 boots.
Hell yeah man, glad to see you have a great attitude too....you will be fine on the 161.
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hah. I guess I will just bite the bullet and get the Legacy 161. Now I need to find a way to sneak that board into my house without my wife noticing. However, eventually she will notice since my old board is an Arbor Element and looks completely different than any other board.
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