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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-01-2012, 07:48 PM Thread Starter
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Is this board to wide?

25.3 waist width

Boot size between 7 and 7.5
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80 views and no reply's? Wow, this seems like a fairly common occurrence with me. Why?
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you could definitely go narrower but also could depend on your age weight and length of board.
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i have about a 10 inch foot.. comes out to 25.4cm in length..
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80 views and no reply's? Wow, this seems like a fairly common occurrence with me. Why?
Maybe it's a fairly common question?

That isn't too wide for you, I'm riding a board with a 246 mm waist width and 7.5 US mens boots. Wouldn't want to go too much more narrow than that. The wider board should float in powder better, but will take a little more muscle during fast transitions. All depends on what you want to do with the board I guess.
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Thanks. looking to do about 60% mountain 40% park.
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Depends on the board. I have the same size on an arbor coda 153. I controlled it just fine being full rocker and softer
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