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Do you know if there are any differences between the 2012 and the 2013?
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Do you know if there are any differences between the 2012 and the 2013?
I'm pretty sure the only difference between the 2012 and 2013 board is the graphics. Someone can correct me if I'm wrong. I know there will be a change for the 2014 proto. They're adding tech to reduce some chatter at speed I believe.
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I'm pretty sure the only difference between the 2012 and 2013 board is the graphics. Someone can correct me if I'm wrong. I know there will be a change for the 2014 proto. They're adding tech to reduce some chatter at speed I believe.
proto has chatter at speed??

what chatter? I've had the '12 and '13 now and never had an issue. I must just be used to riding a pipe board everywhere


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which would you guys recommend PROTO 154 or 155 or CTX 155?

im about 5'9 157-160lbs ish, size 11 boot, semi intermediate, i do all park and about a trip to mammoth once a year. i currently have mission bindings re:flex restricted want to pair it up with this board but not sure what size
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which would you guys recommend PROTO 154 or 155 or CTX 155?

im about 5'9 157-160lbs ish, size 11 boot, semi intermediate, i do all park and about a trip to mammoth once a year. i currently have mission bindings re:flex restricted want to pair it up with this board but not sure what size
154 regular. You don't need a wide with size 11 boots especially if you're wearing low profile ones.




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Just going to throw this in here for other people's reference...I'm 5'9 180lbs and ride a 157. I'm more of an all mountain freestyle rider so you may want to go shorter if you're mainly aiming for park
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Would a 155 ctx be too wide for size 9 boot? It looks to be less then 1cm wider for waist, tip and tail width.
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Would a 155 ctx be too wide for size 9 boot? It looks to be less then 1cm wider for waist, tip and tail width.
154 CT is 25.1... 155 CTX is 26.1. 1 cm is a lot when you are talking about width. 1 cm is minute in terms of length.

26.1 is simply much too wide for a size 9 boot. You shouldn't go over 25.5 cm waist.


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154 CT is 25.1... 155 CTX is 26.1. 1 cm is a lot when you are talking about width. 1 cm is minute in terms of length.

26.1 is simply much too wide for a size 9 boot. You shouldn't go over 25.5 cm waist.
What are the negative effects? How much of a difference is it going to make?
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