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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-28-2012, 05:04 PM Thread Starter
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Burton Nug Board Size

Okay... I am a novice..(medium jumps,best trick is a 3...I can do small rails and boxes... definately would not consider myself in the good category of riders haha.. been riding for about a year... . I ride 65% park, 25% trees, and 10% groomers

age: 18
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 177lbs

I am currently riding a Ride Decade 160cm ( I know it is huge for me, but it was free)

Should I get a 142 or 146 Nug?
And what is the difference between the regular Nug and the Meateaters nug?

Thank you for the help!

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get the 146, it should fit you perfectly. I'm your weight and own the 146 and I've tried the 142 as well. I love that board. keep in mind though that it might not be great if you plan on hitting big jumps.

as far as I know, the meateater just has different graphics. but there is a twin and a directional nug.
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