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02-27-2014 09:19 AM
Meezi I don't think 2cm is much of a difference imo. I'm the same weight and picked up a 154 after comparing it to 151s and 152s, I think it would be better for all around riding. I figured, I'm not spending half my day in the park so there really isn't a need for me to go shorter.
02-27-2014 06:08 AM
SkullAndXbones i agree with the above post
02-27-2014 06:05 AM
Soul06 No drastic difference between the two sizes but I would suggest the 154.
02-27-2014 03:51 AM
Size of the snowboard - Beginner

Hi, im a beginner snowboard that is progressing. I mostly like to ride groomers and try a little tricks and jumps now and then. So I have been eyeing this board YES BASIC which is a all mountain/freestyle board and I read alot of a reviews on it and it seems like the right board for me. But my question is there a big difference between the 152 - 154 cm board which is the only size boards really left on the sites im looking at.

My height is 5'6 1/2 and i weight 160 pounds.

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