Hours on equipment means little and typically so do number of days (unless we're talking 100+ in a season). Snowboards are a lot like cars, once they're bought they lose value and continue to lose value regardless of use. Tech changes with time (sometimes more, sometimes less) and that is what people continue to pay for model year to model year. Don't get caught up in buying something for full price from seasons ago just because the owner didn't use it and now wants close to what (s)he paid, back out.
At 195 you likely want a board in the 157-161 range and with a 10.5 foot you DO NOT need a wide board. For $300 there are better/worse deals out there. Be patient and find something that actually fits you. PS your binding size will be medium (for the most part) and used boots are worth next to nothing, unless they fit you (no heel lift).
Last edited by bseracka; 02-06-2013 at 02:51 PM.