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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-22-2008, 06:07 AM Thread Starter
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if i am on the wieght barrier of a board

ives looked into all the burton boards.. i need a twin shape board.. and they max they can hold is 86 . or 91 .. and i am 86. sooo shall i buy it?
i already broke a board.that holded 100 kg but it was a cheap one. will burton brake? like burton seven..
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That board probably broke because it was cheap. If you are in the upper weight range for a board, basically all it means is that the board will be flexier and a little softer feeling than someone near the middle of the range.
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yeah it was a ride agenda.156 low end board . and i am 193cm , and i spent the whole 2 days on the same big kicker with a spoiled landing untill it broke..
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