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02-19-2007 02:44 PM
Leon22
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Originally Posted by exrolt
Awesome.
I'd need a wide board though, right?
Any suggestions?

Thanks for the help.
What size feet? If you are 11 and under you'll be fine with a normal board. Past 11 you may want a wide board although most toe and heel drag issues can be solved with stance arangement.
02-17-2007 01:43 AM
KIRKWOOD-$LUT salomon boots are the very good, bindings do not even go there POS

154 is perfect for u
02-12-2007 04:13 PM
exrolt
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