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03-12-2014 06:04 AM
Borkowski66 You are correct, 265 width, guess my proof reading didnt help me
03-12-2014 03:36 AM
wrathfuldeity
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Hello everyone

a 164w board showing a width of 165mm. My information is 6'3 230 lb wearing a boot size of 11.
Thanks in advance.
Completely unmanageable...165mm is like a fatty "A" ski width at the tips

I'd imagine u got a typo?...if it is a 265mm waist width, will be fine with an 11 boot size.
03-11-2014 08:41 PM
Borkowski66
Looking for advice / opinions board width

Hello everyone

Looking for advice on board width I'm currently looking at a 164w board showing a width of 165mm. My information is 6'3 230 lb wearing a boot size of 11. The boots are burton ions. So my question is this to wide of a board for my boot size or do you think it would be manageable?

Thanks in advance.

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