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Verified Buyer Reviewed by GP the Snowboarder from New Hyde Park, NY on Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Playful and stable board, priced well on this site. Honestly, greatest bang for your buck you can get.
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by GP the Snowboarder from New Hyde Park, NY on Tuesday, January 6, 2015
    Playful and stable board, priced well on this site. Honestly, greatest bang for your buck you can get.
  • Reviewed by GP the Snowboarder from New York on Monday, October 13, 2014
    This board is one of the most playful, least dramatic, easiest boards to literally just pick up, slap bindings on, and have an AMAZING day on the mountain. Best we to describe it is a stable board on which you can safely and lazily make your way down the mountain, but upon putting a faint amount of effort into it, it becomes a freestyle guru of a board that encourages you to spin more, ollie more, and just grow as a rider. I rode the largest size in a wide cause of my size 12 feet.

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  • Question “What is the width?
    Regular, mid wide, wide?”
    Asked on 1/18/2015 9:06:47 AM by Jay from coloradp
    • Answer The largest of these boards, the 162 I believe is a mid wide and the two smaller sizes, the 154 and 157 are standard sized, albeit a little wider then normal. You can fit up to size 12 on this board, you just need to make sure the stance is wide and AT LEAST 12 degrees on both legs (cowboy/duck stance)
      Answered on 1/18/2015 10:15:31 AM by GP the Snowboarder from New York, NY