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08-04-2007 02:23 PM
CanAm89 I suggest you look into buying some last-season boards from the big names in snowboarding (Burton, Rome, Never Summer, K2, etc). You can get stuff for half off. Do some research on what you want to do, and don't just buy a random package on ebay.

In terms of sizing, 163 is more your size than 161, but it wont make a huge difference.

If you just want to get into riding in general let me suggest a few wide boards for you such as the K2 Select Wide, Atomic Exeter, Burton Royale, etc.
08-04-2007 12:40 PM
99csvtoledo
board sizing

im looking to start snowboarding this winter up in nothern ohio and michigan. and im curious whut is the best size board for me. im just gunna get a package off of ebay. im thinkin around a 161. im 6'3" 220lbs and i wear about a size 12 shoe. whut size board should i be goin for. im lookin for an all around board. thanx guys

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