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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-17-2012, 08:17 PM
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Well it's up to him really. Either about 9 mm too thin, or about 5 mm too wide. I'd go for wide personally.
Updated my previous post... but yes, if I were him I would go for the wide... (again look at how I ride and you can understand why).
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You make a very good point. Considering he's 3 sizes larger than you, the few times he does notice that problem it'll be way worse. I don't think he can go wrong with wide no matter how he rides. I'm a park rider with 10.5 and wide, but I occasionally like to carve when it gets really steep.
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