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|03-13-2014 12:39 AM|
|03-12-2014 11:53 PM|
Originally Posted by WuzzA21 View Post
Might want to look into something on the stiffer side, too. Any chance you/she can demo?
|03-12-2014 11:48 PM|
Im going to try and sauce a 155cm board. As i think she will need a future proof board.
Originally Posted by zk0ot View Post
|03-12-2014 11:24 PM|
|zk0ot||you spelled life wrong|
|03-12-2014 10:58 PM|
When you say she has 'some islander in her,' I take that as she's strong/powerful? If so, it's possible she'd outgrow it quickly, I'd think. But if this is a deck meant for her to learn the basics on and have some fun, the difference between a 154 and a 152 might be negligible? If she progresses quickly and gets serious about riding, something longer might be best.
Do you know what the weight range is on the 152?
|03-12-2014 10:31 PM|
|03-12-2014 09:44 PM|
Excellent your wife wants to get into snowboarding!
Sorry I can't ID the board/bindings you posted. As far as board size, I'd think based on her weight something more mid 150's would be best, but if you can get the Ride board for a deal, it's probably fine for her to learn on. I have a Ride with the Lowrize rocker. It's a decent profile for sure, and will likely be kind in the learning process.
Here's a review on that year's board by a heavier female rider, also with size 8 boot Snowboard Review: 09-10 Ride Crush
Hope this helps some!
|03-12-2014 01:06 PM|
|WuzzA21||Bumb for answer on 152 size board, as I can pick up an unused ride crush 09/10 board for next to nothing.|
|03-12-2014 05:10 AM|
Sorry i don't have pictures of the bottom of the board. Anyone have any idea what sort of board and bindings these are?
|03-11-2014 08:12 PM|
board for wife.
Hey guys, my wife wants to get into boarding. And she is a beginner.
She is 165cms and 100kgs, and a size US 8/EUO 41 boot. She has some islander in her.
Would she need a bigger board to compensate for her weight/skill level.
Eg, 156-158? Or would a 152 be ok??