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02-28-2010 08:37 PM
NYCboarder same here.. im 5'10 abt 155 i am going to grab a 155 bc i can do 3's on ground an jumps with a 158 so hoping the 155 makes them easier
02-28-2010 06:49 PM
wasaskier
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How much do you weight lbs? i have a 10.5 boot and im looking at the 153... i dont want to go with a 155 bc im moving down from a 158 for a more park board n i feel a 155 is not much of a diff from 155

I'm 5'10 150lbs. my other board is 156 so evo is a little shorter, but i got it with an intention to work on my ground tricks and wanted a little shorter deck
02-28-2010 06:35 PM
NYCboarder
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I have 153 evo-r and size 9.5 boots. goofy 15/-6 and there is some overhang but nothing too be worried about IMO. you should be fine
How much do you weight lbs? i have a 10.5 boot and im looking at the 153... i dont want to go with a 155 bc im moving down from a 158 for a more park board n i feel a 155 is not much of a diff from 155
02-26-2010 02:08 PM
wasaskier I have 153 evo-r and size 9.5 boots. goofy 15/-6 and there is some overhang but nothing too be worried about IMO. you should be fine
02-26-2010 11:16 AM
Cool_As_Cakes I usually buy my boots a half size small anyway cuz i usually pack them out pretty fast. you'll be fine with 10.5/156 evo
02-26-2010 08:11 AM
Veccster I have an evo 158 and size 11 boots. Union Force's are set to all mountain stance of 21F / 3R and I do not have a problem with toe or heel drag.

Board fits and rides perfect!
02-26-2010 12:05 AM
ns Evo Ya, imma have to go to a shop and try on 10.5 boots to see if I can fit in one
02-26-2010 12:01 AM
vi3telit3 I feel like you wouldn't have a problem going Evo-R with a size 10.5 boot, that's not really out of the ordinary.
02-25-2010 10:12 PM
ns Evo
NS Evo or Revolver.

Ok, so I'm a first time buyer looking into a Never Summer board because they seem to be different then most snowboardin company's. I'm about 6" tall and I weigh about 150 pounds with a size 11 foot. And I'm having a hard time finding a board I really like because I'm so light for my height and shoe size. I've narrowed it down to two boards the Never Summer Evo-R and the Revolver-R. The Revolver-R is a wider version of the Evo-R. Honestly, I would like to go with the Evo-R in a 156 but I feel like my feet would be way to big for it. I've rode both Wide and Regular boards when renting and I have to say I like the Regular board because it seems smoother and easier to turn with. So which board and what size do you guys think I should go with? And do you think I would comfortably be able to wear a size 10.5 boot? Let me know.

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