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I ride a 156 at 5"11", 175 lbs, size 9 boot.

I tried the 154 but found even the small difference in effective edge noticeably too short for me.
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Oh. Thanks. I am riding the 155 burton board now And afraid to change to smaller or bigger sizes.
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I am also considering the TRS board being next for me. What do you think about the appropriate size of TRS for me?
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I am also considering the TRS board being next for me. What do you think about the appropriate size of TRS for me?
I just got a 2014 TRS Horsepower a couple of weeks ago.
Absolutely love it!
Much better than the previous C2 Power profile imo.
I went with the 157 btw.
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GreyDragon, So I consider to buy lib tech TRS, but I am not 100% sure. I have experience of riding for 5 years now and I'd like to make an upgrade to continue developing skills. I am starting to learn some freestyling tricks and jumping. I would say that 70% is jumping/freestyle(more buttering for the net year I guess) and 30% freeride as well as I would love to try powder in near future. So I decided to make an upgrade and already bought bindings burton malavita and boots burton ion.
My question is:
would this board perfectly satisfy my needs or should I consider something else?
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Always a tough question.
Demo-ing boards is the only true way to know, but that is not always an option.

I find the new TRS would be good to cover a wide range of riding possibilities. And from what you've described, I believe it would suit you.
But there are lots of boards out there, and I have only ridden boards from a small number of board makers.

I suggest you do a search on this forum for previous posts on all-mountain freestyle boards. There is a lot of information and suggestions already on this forum.
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Thank you. I will.
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Hey Guys, need advise about bananas..what size do I need then if I have boots 9(42 euro), weight 165 lbs(75kg), height 5'10(175cm)?
I have a 157.I have a 43boots,weight 78kg,height 178.
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