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I have just recently gotten into snowboarding and bought a used board at a used sporting goods store for $50. It is a Burton uninc 160 and I'll attach a picture. I don't really know anything about snowboards but I bought this one because when I went up with my family and first learned how to snowboard, I used a flow 155 board so I thought a 160 would be just fine. From what I've read, longer boards go faster and are easier for staying in carves at high speeds. I am about 6ft tall and weigh about 135 lbs so is this board good for me? I am just looking for an all mountain board but I think that this board won't really be good for tricks so that's not really the entire mountain. Also I have no information about my board or the uninc brand, I know of Burton but I don't know anything else so if there is anything cool or interesting abouty board please tell me. I don't have boots or bindings either so if you have any information or reccomendations let me know.
160 will most likely be too big for you.
Thanks for your help,
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