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quick jib board sizing help

i weigh 200 lbs and i'm 5'8'' and i'm trying to buy a new jib board. my skill level is advanced to expert. my current all-mountain board is a 154.

is 150 too short for me? i'm looking at a burton whammy bar and they have 150, 153, or 155 available. most sizing charts on the net seem to recommend the 155 for me, but i'm thinking that might be too long for a jib board
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well we need your boot size but you could get the 152 wide k2 www.
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well we need your boot size but you could get the 152 wide k2 www.
my boot size is 9.5
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