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Old 05-19-2012, 04:18 AM   #11 (permalink)
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how much? curious because i recently bought a demo legacy for 200
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Old 05-19-2012, 04:53 AM   #12 (permalink)
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how much? curious because i recently bought a demo legacy for 200
$382 (25% off) here: Never Summer Legacy Wide Snowboard - 2012 | FREE Shipping and NO Sales Tax @ RDCShop.com

I wasn't able to find any lower price (for that size at least) on the internet.
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Old 11-07-2012, 10:54 AM   #13 (permalink)
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unless you really want a wide board I would stick with the SL you can probably get away with it. I wear size 11s on boards as narrow as 249 no real issues, a 264mm waist on the Legacy is pretty wide.

SL is available in 158 if you plan on doing some freestyle that would be a better size otherwise 161.

I'm also looking at SL or Legacy and am the same stats as the original poster (6'2, 180-185) that stays away from the park but hits natural features, enjoys groomers, etc. Comfortable on carving/bombing blues and moguls. Most of the time is spent in mid-atlantic/WV with at least 1 to 2 trips west a year (the 2 this year are Tahoe and Big Sky).

My boots are K2 T1 double BOAs in size 12. Are these too wide for an SL if my stance is duck with an avg width?

Any insight would be helpful before heading to the local shop to check the boots on each board.

Thanks.
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I'm also looking at SL or Legacy and am the same stats as the original poster (6'2, 180-185) that stays away from the park but hits natural features, enjoys groomers, etc. Comfortable on carving/bombing blues and moguls. Most of the time is spent in mid-atlantic/WV with at least 1 to 2 trips west a year (the 2 this year are Tahoe and Big Sky).

My boots are K2 T1 double BOAs in size 12. Are these too wide for an SL if my stance is duck with an avg width?

Any insight would be helpful before heading to the local shop to check the boots on each board.

Thanks.
Get the Legacy 159. If Size 12 feet aren't the big enough for a wide board, what is?

I have size 8 boots and I still occasionally can tip the board over enough to drag my toes or heels into the snow on my SL 155.
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Old 11-07-2012, 02:32 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Get the Legacy 159. If Size 12 feet aren't the big enough for a wide board, what is?

I have size 8 boots and I still occasionally can tip the board over enough to drag my toes or heels into the snow on my SL 155.

Awesome - thanks for the tip.
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