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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 03-23-2012, 01:11 PM
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No worries bro, please report back after your trip in two weeks and let us know how it goes!
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Not too much difference in 154 or 152, the only resonance I recommended the 154, you're still growing and it would suck yo spend that kind of money on a board that's too small for next year when you will use it most
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Will keep posted about the trip, hopefully all goes well and there's still some pow.
Yeah, it would be a shame if it was too small when the new season starts up.
Cheers again guys
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Okay, so I'm ordering the board now, just to make sure the 154 won't be too big for my weight and height at the moment?
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My son is 5'2" @ 12 and can ride, pipe, rails and 40' jump lines with a 151....

Here is his current ride. I got it for him for next season but let him ride it already, I cant hold out that long.....
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My son is 5'2" @ 12 and can ride, pipe, rails and 40' jump lines with a 151....
Nice one, sorry if i'm being too thorough, but I just need to make sure before I spend 250.
Cheers mate

By the way, envious of all of you over in America being able to shred mountains so close

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he has this one too... its a 144 strictly for street type riding, jibs, pressing, rails/boxes and small jumps even though he hits the bigger ones with it too. My wife is next to him in this picture, she rides a 144 also and is 5'2" too.

Just remember that the rockered boards are a slight learning curve and the double dog will also have a slight learning curve. you will have to give it a day to get used to it.





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You have an awesome family, dude, your son is so lucky to have parents who both ride and help him out
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