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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-26-2008, 02:34 PM
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which size is better for park riding but sometimes powder and jumping? 152 or 156??
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which size is better for park riding but sometimes powder and jumping? 152 or 156??
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ou yeah,I'm 83kg(183 lbs) and 185cm and 6 tall
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Man up and get the 159!

I am the same stat's as you just 4 inches taller, which makes no difference to length anyways. I rode the 156 for a couple of weeks last year and it was too short for anything other than rails and small stuff. To hit jumps and ride pow I would go with the 159. Actually thats a lie I wouldn't get the banana anyway. But thats just me.

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Yeah I'd say 159 too. Unless all you ride is park, 156 would be a fun size to goof around with.
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I dont know,I want something for rails,so I think about 152 or 156
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I dont know,I want something for rails,so I think about 152 or 156
I weight like five pounds more then you and im an inch taller.
You can ride a 159 on the rails just fine
and its going to let you ride everything that the mountain has to offer and not go mining in pow.

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