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02-07-2014 04:41 PM
Another Board Size Question+Boots

so, I tried my best to do my research around the forum regarding snowboard sizes, but I still feel the need to ask for myself.

I just started to snowboard, and I already love it. It's almost addicting.

I am looking at a couple of snowboards I might want to buy and the one that catches my eye the most at the time is the K2 Raygun. With that being said, by specs are as followed:

Height: 5'4
Boot Size: Currently use size 10 Thirtytwo boots focus BOA or some like that.
As far as riding preference, I would say I will lean more towards all-mountain.

So my question is, Would a 150cm K2 Raygun with a waist width of 245 be ideal for me?

Would 150cm be okay? and also I am not concerned with the wast width in accordance to my boot size.

I will be using Burton Freestyle bindings which I will be buying from a friend as soon as I buy a board.

I've ridden 150cm and 146cm before, but at this early in my snowboarding progression I could not tell much of a difference.

Thank you guys, much appreciated.

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