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Looking to Trade my 158 NS Heritage for 155 NS Heritage

I got this board way too big. NS won't replace it cuz I took it snowboarding already. It has 3 days on it. Does anyone have an RC 155 Heritage they are willing to trade for a 158 Heritage? Let me know!

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-09-2010, 09:34 AM
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Is 3 cm going to make a difference? This isn't a dig or a rhetorical question, I'm really interested.


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It really does make a difference. It makes 3cm difference actually. Its not so much the 3 cm difference but its the waist measurement difference. It will make the 155 that much more playful and that much poppier in and out of turns. The 155 better suits me because I have an 8 size boot and its just way too small for the 158.

If you know anyone that has a 155 NS ANYTHING board, let me know

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i have the same dilemma - i'm 2'7 and 150 with a size 9 boot and can t decide between the 158 or 155 - in what ways did it feel too big also what did u end up doing?
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oops i mean 5'7 ha!!
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Do you still have it? Were you able to find a 155?
If you found/find a replacement board, I might be willing to take the 158 off your hands. Then, everybody's happy!
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Do you still have it? Were you able to find a 155?
If you found/find a replacement board, I might be willing to take the 158 off your hands. Then, everybody's happy!

To clarify, this board was sold a while ago. Sorry for not updating, I kinda lost track of internet ego after I got my new NS board. Sorry to leave anyone hanging. Shredder's gotta do what a shredder's gotta do.

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