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10-08-2012 04:11 PM
braden717 Awesome. I can't wait to hit the park with it.
10-08-2012 03:52 PM
BurtonAvenger
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Originally Posted by braden717 View Post
I actually bought it and its on its way : ). I'm Worried a 152 might be to small for me being 5'11 175 though. I wanted a board for buttering, jibbing and doing small to medium kickers so hopefully a 152 will still handle my size.
You'll be fine I hit a 45 foot jump on it at Hood, slayed some jibs, rode pow on it one day, and took it all over Brecks park it's what you're looking for.
10-08-2012 03:48 PM
EchelonSnow Great! It will do fine (for the purpose you've chosen). Smaller isn't that bad when you're in packed powder/etc.
10-08-2012 03:45 PM
braden717
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Hey, Don here... wanted to let you know that if you still have it, I'd be happy to exchange it for a different size (I think we might have a rounds in a size you need, if not we could do a killbox which is really similar). We do that all the time; rarely will someone win a deck that so happens to be in their size. Email kyle@echelonsnow.com, and give him a link to this thread .
I actually bought it and its on its way : ). I'm Worried a 152 might be to small for me being 5'11 175 though. I wanted a board for buttering, jibbing and doing small to medium kickers so hopefully a 152 will still handle my size. I'm pumped after reading the reviews about all the pop it had and how good the lite3d base was.
10-08-2012 01:06 PM
EchelonSnow
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Yes to an extent. Weight is a big factor. But I'm also not very heavy. For me, 147s have always felt the best and most comfortable. Sizes in the 150s feel really awkward and cumbersome, but that's just me.

Hey, Don here... wanted to let you know that if you still have it, I'd be happy to exchange it for a different size (I think we might have a rounds in a size you need, if not we could do a killbox which is really similar). We do that all the time; rarely will someone win a deck that so happens to be in their size. Email kyle@echelonsnow.com, and give him a link to this thread .
10-04-2012 05:13 PM
bseracka Outside of extreme/fantastical situations an 8pack of inserts covers a pretty broad spectrum of heights
10-04-2012 03:53 PM
jdang307
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-1 rep, because height is not a factor in board size; it's all about weight
What if you're a 150lb midget? You'd be spread eagle on the right sized board.

Height is still somewhat of a factor. Weight more, yes.
10-04-2012 02:57 PM
braden717 This board isn't still for sale is it? If so I'll buy it immediately. Pm me please.
10-04-2012 07:14 AM
Spncr3789 Yes to an extent. Weight is a big factor. But I'm also not very heavy. For me, 147s have always felt the best and most comfortable. Sizes in the 150s feel really awkward and cumbersome, but that's just me.
10-03-2012 06:11 PM
bseracka
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Originally Posted by Spncr3789 View Post
Oh nice haha. Yeah this deck looks really sick. I would keep it if it were shorter. The problem is anything over a 150 starts to feel like I'm driving a semi-truck down the hill. I'm really short.
-1 rep, because height is not a factor in board size; it's all about weight
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