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03-07-2010 10:00 PM
Thinking towards the future, freestyle boards.

Recently started this season.. probably 5 good sessions this season, got a burton clash 151.. realized that it wasn't the board for me - so switched to a bullet 157.. more of a freeride board while I'm concentrating on basics.. pretty sweet Burton Citizen bindings.. which I'm pretty sure are exclusively women's but they fit alright (if anyone knows whether they ever made men's ones that would be helpful lmfao) anyways, I was thinking of the future as I'll probably be going more the path of freestyle in the near future (progressing pretty quickly through the basics working on carving atm.)

So I'm 5'9", size 10 boots, about 176 or so. I fluctuate weight from body building and seasonal toning... but I was wondering what a good freestyle board would be and what size I should probably need to go for? I had to duck out to 18/-18 on the 151 clash and wasn't fond of it.

Let me know, thanks a lot.

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