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08-22-2011 07:57 PM
Nivek Signal Omni 153, Arbor Coda 153, Nitro Team Gullwing 152, Flow Drifter 153. All great boards.
08-22-2011 04:06 PM
DrnknZag I'd recommend the new Ride Berzerker 155. It's got deeper side cut that makes it pretty maneuverable. The flex isn't too stiff either so your 120lbs frame would be able to handle it pretty well.
08-22-2011 03:28 PM
cascadeclimber
Small Rider Seeking Freeride board

Ive been riding a 149 with medium flex but there were several times last season where I just needed more float. I am 5'6" and 120lbs so it's been hard finding powderhounds or freeride boards that I can handle. I want to keep the size between 150 and 153cm maybe 154cm but need it to perform well enough that I can manuever it in an instant when I am speeding down chutes and a rock jumps in front of me. Any suggestions?

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