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|12-07-2007 09:34 AM|
Originally Posted by sedition
|12-07-2007 09:25 AM|
Originally Posted by lisevolution
|12-07-2007 09:01 AM|
|lisevolution||I'd say somewhere between 158 and 163 based on your weight. Where do you ride? Are you on the east or west coast? I ask because if your free riding will involve more poweder you may want to look at the higher end, if your on the east you can get away with a little shorter board...I'd probably go 160/161 though|
|12-06-2007 07:03 PM|
|sedition||with your height / weight, you should be looking low to mid 160's.|
|12-06-2007 04:51 PM|
|wpccolorblind||Thanks so much for the advice... What length is good for me?|
|12-06-2007 02:37 PM|
Ok, Rome Slash would be my choice for your described riding. It's the wide version of the Agent. You could also take a look at the Atomic Alibi Wide, Nitro MFM Wide, GNU 11up or the LibTech Dark Seriew Wide.
I personally think the Slash is the way to go for you though
|12-06-2007 02:18 PM|
|wpccolorblind||Ah yes, I forgot that important detail. I wear size 13...|
|12-06-2007 09:34 AM|
|lisevolution||boot size will make a difference in the boards we suggest for you because we need to determine whether you need a wide deck or not|
|12-06-2007 03:18 AM|
1st off get fitted for snowboard boots... find something comfortable not matter if its the cheapest. Boot more important thing to be comfortable in. What snowboard boot size are you?
|12-06-2007 12:44 AM|
Right board and board size for me
I have a few years experience boarding, but am planning to really hit the slopes this season as I am finally out of college with a job and closer than ever before to the snow ( I live near Seattle, WA ).
What size and type of board should I get if I am 6'3, 200 lbs, 23 years old and do 50/50 park and groomed rides?
I am also looking for suggestions in terms of brands and boards to get. Although I haven't used them before, Flow bindings look good and come recommended from a friend who has them. I want to invest in a nice board/bindings package, possibly spending 700$.