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|01-02-2014 10:36 PM|
|zk0ot||158. Would probably be for some one closer to 180.|
|01-02-2014 10:35 PM|
|sclogger||That would be too big imo. Maybe nice for a powder day. Sims is still a little big at 158. I run about 160lbs and 156 is about where I feel most comfortable on. 158 wouldn't be too much of a stretch, especially if your gaining.|
|01-02-2014 10:29 PM|
|01-02-2014 10:28 PM|
|zk0ot||Ya. Pretty big. Go for the sims. Ps. That was one of the last couple years they made it|
|01-02-2014 10:18 PM|
Burton k2 Snow board with Bindings and Boots
fatbob far right
Sims Snowboard 158 w/ Burton Freestyle Bindings
edit: Believe there was a miscommunication i think the fatbob is 64 inches which is 162 cm...ouch, too big if this is the case right?
|01-02-2014 10:10 PM|
58 might be on the larger side. What's the fatbob look like is it an older one or newer? Photo?
The fatbob will probably be a stiffer board. Poppy, heard to turn while going slow.
|01-02-2014 10:01 PM|
Like I said I don't know much i just really want to end up with a solid board that i'll love to ride as my first board
Also what do you think of the size difference? k2 is 155 sims 158
|01-02-2014 09:59 PM|
|zk0ot||I suppose you'll be OK with either. 11 doesn't require anything special. Both are directional twins. Which are OK at switch riding. A true twin would be better. I had 2 fat bobs years ago. That's why I voted fatbob|
|01-02-2014 09:43 PM|
I've heard wide for the shoe size but the dude who has the enduro says it comfortably fits his 12.5's without drag. He also said its great for riding switch which i do a lot, howveer upon seeing prices the fatbob is the more expensive of the two so i'm stumped.
My boot size is 11
|01-02-2014 09:41 PM|
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