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03-30-2013 07:28 AM
gill64
help me to!

not trying to hijack the thread or anything, but im looking into buying a an evo as a park board.. already have an SL 161 for the rest of the mountain but its a bit big for spins etc.. I am unsure as to what size evo to get? im 6ft and about 175lb.
also if anyone knows when the evo 4.0 is coming out that would be awesome to?
03-30-2013 03:44 AM
Basti 1cm is nothing. You wouldn't be able to feel the difference even if you wanted to.
03-29-2013 10:38 PM
Lukemazing
Board sizing

Hello forum,
I am new to the forum and have a a question about board sizing. I am about 5"4 and 165 pounds and ride a 150 board when i rent. This board feels like the right size when i am riding. When i look online to buy a new board(my first board), they have many deals but most of them are for 151 sized boards. So my question is,is there that big of a difference between a 150 and a 151 board?
(I am currently looking at the burton blunt, i am a beginner-intermediate rider)

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