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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-10-2010, 03:35 PM
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Lib tech trs sizeing help

Hey i just needed some advice on the Lib Tech TRS BTX 2010 sizeing can you guys help me out? im 5'11 and 170lbs and right now i ride an 07 burton dominant 156. i wanna know what size i should move to i have heard you can down size 3cm with a BTX so should i grab the 154 or should i keep a little bigger of a board and get the 157. i ride all mountain, i hit boxes some rails big kickers and i hit the back country and try and get fresh powder when i can in arizona which lately has been really good! any advice will help thanks!
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-10-2010, 05:14 PM
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Go with the 157. Lib measures their boards the long way and a 157 would be called a 154 by other companies. My 07/08 154 TRS measures 151cm strait tip to tail. Also the TRS 157 has a 117cm effective edge while your 07 burton has a 120cm effective edge.
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Go with the 157. Lib measures their boards the long way and a 157 would be called a 154 by other companies. My 07/08 154 TRS measures 151cm strait tip to tail. Also the TRS 157 has a 117cm effective edge while your 07 burton has a 120cm effective edge.
totally agree, bought the trs c2 power banana 161.5 and it's as long as my burton 163
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