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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-02-2009, 11:33 PM Thread Starter
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WTB: k2 WWW world wide weapon rocker and/or rome 390s

If anyone has either of these for sale, I will love you forever. Mainly the www rocker. I'm looking for the board in either a 145 or 148. Thanks!
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Jibfreak said he had a 2010 WWW Rocker 148. send him a pm.
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I believe he sold it already
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just curious..do you usually ride a taller board? how tall are you
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just curious..do you usually ride a taller board? how tall are you
Yeah, I'm 5'7 so I usually ride around a 151 or 152. But apparently you're supposed to downsize 5 cm for the www.
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you can easily buy the 390's in store, and look around online or in shops, you may find a WWW
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board size = weight, not height.

that is all.

i'm looking for 390's as well... but i refuse to hijack this thread!
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board size = weight, not height.

that is all.

i'm looking for 390's as well... but i refuse to hijack this thread!
eh, you don't think board size has anything to do with height at all? I know weight is more important, but I mean my buddy is 6'1 (6 inches taller than me), but weighs the same as me. I think a 151 would be a little small for him, even though we weigh the same.
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Reguardless height doesnt have an effect on the flex you could apply. Physics wise weight is the biggest variable.
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Reguardless height doesnt have an effect on the flex you could apply. Physics wise weight is the biggest variable.
I have another buddy who just started snowboarding, who is a little heavier but a good amount taller than me too. He's probably around 6'1 and weighs 170, you think he could ride a 154? I have an old, pretty stiff burton jussi that I've been trying to get rid of, and I'm sure he'd buy it from me if I told him it's big enough for him.
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