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thepeanut2215916 wrote an answer about on May 14, 2008

It depends on how tall you are and what you want to ride. Shorter boards are generally better for park, and longer/wider boards are better for staying on top of powder. I specifically use this as my park board, so it is 9cm shorter than my heavy powder board. It's different to have a board shorter than what you are used to and you'll probably end up over carving for a few runs, but once you adjust it's a lot easier to do pretty much everything.




thepeanut2215916 wrote a review of on May 14, 2008

5 5

I demoed this board for a day, not really planning on buying it, but I was looking around for something new and figured why not try a few out. I fell in love after two runs. I rode it until closing, got it the day after and shred some more.

I've never known such control and it's so light! It's perfectly responsive, and everything is way the hell easier. Whether you are jibbing, throwing 3's, grabs, or just plain carving this board makes tearing up the mountain feel very natural.

I used to ride a 149 (I'm 5'3") and I bought this in a 140. I can't say enough good things about it.