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|12-10-2012 01:26 PM|
Originally Posted by wrathfuldeity View Post
|12-10-2012 01:05 PM|
|wrathfuldeity||you're bending the shit out of it...squeezing it for all its worth, you might snap it...but its half dead already by your weight. If you are riding hard packed and/or ice it probably doesn't matter. My son is about your size and he'll ride anything from a 155 to a 166 depending on the snow conditions. However once you start doing purdah you'll want something big enough to float your manly size....btw you don't need a wide. Point is the board also needs to fit the snow conditions and style that you ride.|
|12-09-2012 09:16 PM|
Originally Posted by SnowBrdScotty View Post
I'm just seeing if its really bad having that small of a board for my weight
|12-09-2012 09:10 PM|
|SnowBrdScotty||lose some weight? even pros get hurt...|
|12-09-2012 07:23 PM|
I'm just wondering, cause now I am getting into park.
If I land wrong with this board, will it snap and will i get hurt?
|12-09-2012 01:23 AM|
Originally Posted by hktrdr View Post
Yeah I guess I'm really pushing that board a lot.
Will the 154 Custom be good enough to ride for just this season?
Or should I look into getting something bigger?
|12-09-2012 12:12 AM|
|hktrdr||here and here.|
|12-08-2012 11:49 PM|
I rode an 155 Arbor Cascade (Basically and Element RX rocker) and I the same height and about 190. I upgraded this year went to old school camber 158. I think it is just going to slow us down.
|12-08-2012 11:29 PM|
k then back to my original question.
is it bad to ride a board that doesn't fit my weight? and why?
|12-08-2012 10:25 PM|
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