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05-18-2012 08:40 AM
Massimo Im 61, 175Lbs and I recently buy the same board.....!
05-17-2012 07:42 PM
budderbear I pulled the trigger on the 156 heritage x ... now only 5-6 more months untill I can ride it
05-17-2012 07:14 PM
chub11 That's a great site, lowest prices I've ever seen on a lot of stuff.
05-17-2012 04:02 PM
budderbear also heres a link to http://www.shorelineoftahoe.com/store/

I don't know how there customer service is (should be good, there an actual store) but I bought a pair of burton missions last year for $130 from them and they came in 3 days with free shipping. With that said they have some killers deals at the moment.

Lib Tech Skunk Ape C2BTX Snowboard Snowboards SHORELINE of TAHOE a skunk ape only $335

and of course Never Summer Heritage X Snowboard Snowboards SHORELINE of TAHOE a heritage for $329

sorry for the links just excited to see a neversummer for less then $500
05-17-2012 03:56 PM
budderbear +1 thanks
05-17-2012 03:52 PM
chub11 To be honest, you won't really feel the difference that much. It's really responsive so you could get the 159 and not have any problems, but I would lean towards the 156.
05-17-2012 03:45 PM
budderbear
Neversummer Heritage size ?

I found some really good deals on some Neversummers ($3-325) and I was wondering what size would work best for me. I am 6 foot 160lbs and my current quiver consists of a 153,156,and a 159. The 153 is a great for trees and park but sucks at everything else. The 156 is about perfect and the 159 maybe a little long which is great for powder days. I've heard though that the heritage feels shorter because its so nimble. I am torn between the 156 and the 159. I would get the 156 normally but I don't want it to feel to short or unstable at higher speeds. I'm also worried that if I got the 159 it wouldn't turn like I need it too in the trees. O yeh riding style... I ride it all but mostly trees and bombing groomers. I know most people will probably say if I like the trees to get the 156 but will it also be rideable doing 30-50mph ?

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