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|10-20-2007 11:49 PM|
FYI rome recommends the
147 for a weight range of 75 - 130lbs
150 for a weight range of 95 - 150lbs
153 for a weight range of 115 - 170lbs
I also think the 150 is going to be better suited to you.
|10-20-2007 10:27 PM|
|st.stark||Hm...well I still wouldn't put the 153 out of your mind...I just think that you'll be dissapointed if you gain 10-20 lbs. and/or grow a couple inches and wish you had a slightly bigger board. A smaller board will be great for you as more of a beginner but a bigger board will suit you MUCH better when you get better, whether you are only in the park, or doing some freeride as well... Just my $0.02.|
|10-20-2007 08:32 PM|
|MassMan||sweet...because i was lookin at the 150|
|10-20-2007 08:12 PM|
Originally Posted by st.stark
And at the op's WEIGHT he should look at something that is about a 151-ish for a beginner, and depending on where he ridges.
|10-20-2007 06:55 PM|
|st.stark||How tall are you again? I am 5'9" 125 lbs. and do mainly freestyle with a little freeride and I went with the 156 cm. Crail...|
|10-20-2007 04:23 PM|
what would be an ideal board length for my style...the crail comes in 147, 150, 153, 156, and 159
i was looking at 150 or 153...is this too short?
|10-20-2007 03:02 AM|
|Lasto||Wow boardsmall does have some pretty sick deals. They hace a 161 Rome Machine for 230 bones. Nice|
|10-19-2007 06:34 PM|
I just ordered my 2007 Rome 390's (White L/XL) and i must say...i am pretty stoked...got them for $115 on boardersmall.com...
hopefully i will be gettin some new boots and maybe a new board in the near future...wouldnt that just be dandy
|10-17-2007 02:36 PM|
|MassMan||i know! their site basically guarantees that the product will be cheaper there.|
|10-17-2007 10:13 AM|
|lisevolution||That site has some pretty good deals on it... I almost bought the GNU 11up from last year from them...|
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