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|09-05-2014 12:35 PM|
Originally Posted by dek View Post
if you are one of those guys that likes to charge the park all day and needs a stiffer board for bigger landings, the 56 rip is the way to go.
|09-03-2014 11:02 AM|
|DaveMcI||159. You will thanks me on a powdery day. I have a ns heritage 159 that is very similar and I'm 175 Lb and I couldn't imagine being on anything smaller.|
|09-03-2014 09:27 AM|
|Psi-Man||I rode a 156 for the day and loved it. I'm 6' 220lbs. It would be a toss up for me between the 156 or 159. I would probably go 159 as I can't shake the old school mentality that bigger is better.|
|09-03-2014 09:13 AM|
|dek||Cheers guys I'm planning on purchasing the board tomorrow. Pretty keen|
|09-02-2014 11:47 PM|
Originally Posted by Manicmouse View Post
153cm or 156cm.
|09-02-2014 10:48 PM|
|linvillegorge||Based on your size, either would suit you. Based on what you've stated as your riding style preference, 159.|
|09-02-2014 10:44 PM|
Originally Posted by ek9max View Post
|09-02-2014 10:36 PM|
I guess I should read the chart before recommending to you.
Looks like the 159 would be best for your boot size and weight.
I planned to drop 5-10lbs before the season starts, so 156cm would be ideal for me.
I really have no clue what NS was thinking by recommending the 153cm to me with my weight and boot size.
|09-02-2014 10:34 PM|
I'm getting a ripsaw also.
I emailed Never Summer for sizing help and they recommended a 153cm or 156cm.
I'm 5'8" 160lbs. size 9.5 boot.
So judging by their recommendation, I would say 156cm for you as we are about the same weight which is all that matters from what I hear.
This chart may help you too.
Never Summer Snowboard Size Chart | evo
|09-02-2014 08:48 AM|
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