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my proto ct review

I just posted up my full review of the proto ct on my blog The Snerds. You can check it out here NEVER SUMMER Proto CT 2012 Geeks of Shred!. I hope its helpful!
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The Angry Snowboarder Blog Archive 2012 Never Summer Proto CT Used and Reviewed everyones been waiting for this one I guess


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Stoked you posted that review B.A...was waiting to see your take on it.
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Great reviews, keep it up. The information is invaluable. I'm coming of a 10/11 NS Evo 151 (I just unloaded my entire quiver onto craigslist after finding this deck). However, I was eyeing a NS SL 153 but I couldn't live with the directional flex ... I want a true twin.

This just might be it ... 152 or 154 Proto CT.
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Hey guys, I weigh 183lbs is 157 Proto enough board for me or should i go 160?
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I would say 157. MDC rides a 157 and he is a pretty big guy. If he rocks a 157 then you will have plenty of board with the 157


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@Oskar I think I mentioned it above but I go about 210 lbs and I rode the 57 without any trouble. If I were buying one I would probably go with the 160, but I've also got 30 pounds on you. You should be OK on the 157.


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Thanks guys, 157 it will be

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good choice Oskar. My friends who weigh in at 180-200 loved the 157.
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I range from 195 to 205 pounds and the 157 works great. I really like the board. Not saying I wouldn't ride the 160, but I have many other boards in that size. Right now in my quiver I ride a 157, 159, 161, 164, 168. That is why I got the 157 Proto, wanted to go a bit smaller and I have not been disappointed.
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