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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-28-2013, 11:04 AM Thread Starter
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All mountain board too short?

Hi. Just wondering if my k2 brigade all mountain board is too short for me ...

I am 175lbs 5ft 11" ... This will be my 4th week boarding in March!

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size of the board would help
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size of the board would help
Lol it would help ... Thought I put it in ... It's 155cm
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you're fine. for me, at your weight I would ride a 157, but you're okay. I'm 160 and ride a 155
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Alright thanks not used it yet so worried that its not gonna perform to well for my weight
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I'm taller than you and ride 155cm. And also there is no rule for how long your board has to be. It's called personal preference.
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How much do you weigh?
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I'm 6"1 and weigh 150lbs.
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Lol it would help ... Thought I put it in ... It's 155cm
That's pretty much ideal for a beginner board for you...
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For a beginning yes its good but as you progress you will want a longer one. I'm 5'11" and 180 and I ride 159 all mountain.
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