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Down to two board to pick from any help :)

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I'm a beginner who been norrowing down what be my first snowboard I'm down to the k2 raygun and arbor formula looking to all mountain riding in japan and maybe home in Australia

Any advice one my final section would be helpful


Looking at around 155cm I'm 177cm 95kg and size 10 in a Nike if this helps
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Both should be fine boards for you. Are you limited to just those two or are there others that are available?


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Those two are the one I'm down do but shopping online so open to ideas my price range $300 to $400 for board
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Both are suitable boards but 155 is way too small for 95KG. You should look into at least 160.
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Those two are the one I'm down do but shopping online so open to ideas my price range $300 to $400 for board

at 95 kg a slightly longer board would be ideal. That's my approximate weight and I ride a 58 as my everyday board. A 55 would still work fine, but not be ideal in powder.

What are your other board options? I'm assuming your using an online shop that ships to Australia?


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at 95 kg a slightly longer board would be ideal. That's my approximate weight and I ride a 58 as my everyday board. A 55 would still work fine, but not be ideal in powder.

What are your other board options? I'm assuming your using an online shop that ships to Australia?
I used THE 2012/2013 GOOD WOOD SNOWBOARD TEST and the good ride to pick these two and peterglenn.com ship to Australia


Think ride rocker was other board caught my eye
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I have a K2 raygun and it's definitely a fun board. If you can still find last year's model, it'll probably be really cheap too. It comes in a 159 which I think would suit you well. Good luck!
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