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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 02-27-2012, 05:33 PM Thread Starter
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t.rice split board

just wondering how wide the 164.5 t.rice is at the inserts (widest stance). i wear a size 13 boot most of the time and there are not tons of wide splits out there.
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never summer has wide splits. they should be worth checking out because IMO, the t.rice split is awfully heavy.
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ya, im not seeing to many out there mostly a couple of jones.
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check out Venture, they make really quality boards and you get to chose the waist width.

also peep Donek - i think they're pretty much custom to your specs.
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thanks i will check venture, i have emailed with donek. Just trying to do all my research.
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there are so many good factory splits out there now... alot of great options

there is nothing wrong with splitting a board you already know and like. there are advantages to having no inside edge sometimes (just in that the board is always lighter and you don't need all your edges for skinning in pow)

anyway, lots of great splits out there now
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is the 163 SL split a wide no matter what? looks like it has a pretty wide waist at 163 specs on evo.
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Also check out Prior. With Donek it's best to call them since their website don't provide most upto date info (also check them on youtube).
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i did check out prior, but unless i get it custom by them its to narrow.
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I guess its extra $150 for wider width for prior. I think Donek does it for free.
Maybe try contacting prior, they may have some custom width already made (demos, cancelled orders etc)
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