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02-24-2014 03:44 PM
Tourn
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Originally Posted by Dago91 View Post
Haha.. fair enough. I think you will be fine with a non wide board especially if you find a 10.5 UK boot that fits nice. That is an 11.5 US.

To put it in perspective I am 6'3 205 size 12UK or size 13US. I really did not ride a wide board at your foot size. The Rome tour seems like a good board and once you get use to the rocker hybrid you will love it trust me. Also think the 153 will be fine for you.

Rome Tour 2014-2013 Snowboard Review & Buyers Guide

Best of luck
Thanks, at the moment I'm leaning more towards the Rome factory rocker which seems to be better for bobbing.
02-24-2014 02:51 PM
Dago91
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Originally Posted by Tourn View Post
Aha, I've always been a slim build, also I'm only 14 so yeah.
Haha.. fair enough. I think you will be fine with a non wide board especially if you find a 10.5 UK boot that fits nice. That is an 11.5 US.

To put it in perspective I am 6'3 205 size 12UK or size 13US. I really did not ride a wide board at your foot size. The Rome tour seems like a good board and once you get use to the rocker hybrid you will love it trust me. Also think the 153 will be fine for you.

Rome Tour 2014-2013 Snowboard Review & Buyers Guide

Best of luck
02-23-2014 03:06 PM
Tourn
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Holy crap man.. get off this forum and eat a sandwich!!
Aha, I've always been a slim build, also I'm only 14 so yeah.
02-23-2014 02:35 PM
Dago91
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I am 6 foot, 120lb .
Holy crap man.. get off this forum and eat a sandwich!!
02-23-2014 11:26 AM
Tourn
Which board?

Yes I recently just made a thread, tried to delete it but i'm a noob so this will be my last thread on this topic.

Yesterday I went to the snowboard asylum in london to try out some boots which were the burton ruler, 32 lashed, vans aura and salomon launch.

The launch boots were perfect, I either need a size 10.5 or 11 UK (I have big feet) that is my main concern,

I am 6 foot, 120lb and I believe I have found a good board and bindings (the burton custom reflex)

The rome factory rocker is 155cm (the guy in the shop recommended a smaller board), the main concern I have is are my feet too big? Do I need a wide board? He said to try and avoid it because I will mainly been doing rails and piste in the snow dome.

The board is hybrid, is this good? I don't need speed so much because the slope is only a few hundred metres and there are too many people to avoid.

I'm a confident rider but only have couple of weeks under my belt.

Is this a good board?


Any help will be appreciated, thanks.

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