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03-18-2014 10:43 AM
gan i just figured out that the real problem could be the binding if xl or l/xl from union for example, wich are pretty big. while the 11,5 boots are pretty ok on the most boards.. especially park boards i guess. what bindings do u use with a 11,5 boots on a non wide board?
03-17-2014 09:16 PM
ridinbend
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Guys help! i found a bataleon airobic 154 for a good price, but i got an 11,5 boots..the board is 252mm at the center but should be a quite wide board overall.. u think i can handle it? without doing agressives carves.. i just want to butter a bit around.
Just set your stance at 21, -21 and you should be dialed.
03-17-2014 09:10 PM
gan
size 11,5 boots on 154 airobic bataleon (252mm)

Guys help! i found a bataleon airobic 154 for a good price, but i got an 11,5 boots..the board is 252mm at the center but should be a quite wide board overall.. u think i can handle it? without doing agressives carves.. i just want to butter a bit around.

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