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11-08-2007 01:29 PM
st.stark Buy It!!!!
11-08-2007 08:32 AM
boarderaholic *shrug* It's 6mm, who cares?
11-08-2007 07:03 AM
Originally Posted by Snowolf
Honestly, most riders I know with a boot size of 12 and under do just fine on a standard board. I honestly do not think at size 11 that 6MM is going to have any effect at all. Go for the board


You'll be fine. So for it
11-08-2007 05:47 AM
PaoloSmythe i would get it (if it really is cheap)
11-08-2007 05:09 AM
to wide or not to wide

Hello, i'm having quite a problem on my hand.I'm in the possibility to buy me a Nitro suprateam LH 163 2006 very cheap. The problem is that i'm a size 11 and it isn't a wide version of the board. My previous board was a Hammer pulp wide and had a waist-width of 260m, and I never had problems with that. The suprateam has a width of 254mm. Is that going to be a problem? Some people say that the 6 mm is a big difference, others say it isn't. Can anyone give me some advice?

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