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never summer revolver 2013

Hi yall, just a few questions.

I'm looking at the NS revolver 2013 for this coming season. I am approx 6 ft and weigh around 75 kg. My boots are a US 12.

I would like to know if a NS revolver 155 will be to short? Most of my riding is in the park but also enjoy hitting the slopes now and then but really concerned about toe hang with the boards waist width of 261mm??

And any suggestions for some quality bindings that would pair nicely with this board will be appreciated. Oh and one last question, will the colours be the same as what they show? (Light blue, black and a bit of yellow).

Your help will be much appreciated, thanks a lot!
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You should be fine on the waist.
Bindings I would suggest NOW IPO's
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you won't have overhang on 155. you'll love it. i might have consider 152 depends on boot profile.
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I'm 6'3 77kg with a size 11.5 boot and my 155 revolver is a sexy beast. It does everything I want it to in the park & no toe overhang.
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26.1 is plenty of waist for a 12. 25.5 is the sweet spot for my size 11 burton sabbaths. I used to have a NS legacy with 26.2 waist, and it was definitely too wide by quite a bit. If you have a boot with a smaller footprint like solomon or ride boots, you could easily get away with a 25.8 waist...and you might be fine anyways.
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Thanks for the info, I will def go with the 155 in that case! As for the Now IPO bindings, i read a lot of good reviews about them but they are also a bit pricey ( i saw them at $399) but they sound worth it. Will have a think about it
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