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06-21-2011 04:02 AM
old_mate Brought the 162w today, soo stoked just got to wait a couple of weeks till i can try it out
06-20-2011 08:03 PM
schmitty34 Yeah, if you want it more playfull, 162 should be good.
06-20-2011 06:16 PM
walove my buddy has 20lbs on you and rides the 162w everywhere at stevens pass in washington, that place has diverse terrain and he's. Happy with the board. Should be a good size for you. He does have a 2nd board for pow but I wouldn't worrie those bannana boards have good float in all sizes.
06-20-2011 05:32 PM
GNU Carbon Credit Board size

Planning to buy a GNU Carbon Credit but unsure what size to buy. My height is 6'3, weight is 98kg (216lb) and boot size 13. Don't know wether to go 162w or 165w. Leaning towards the 162w as looking for it to be playful. I'm still a beginner but looking for an all round board and want to learn freestyle. Any thoughts?

Thanks for your Time


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