|Core:||Foundation Tuned Core|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Ride Agenda Snowboard
The Ride Agenda Snowboard spares no expense when it comes to offering high-performance, even though the price tag is still tame enough to be appealing for entry level and intermediate level users. The unique LowRize shape helps to ensure catch-free riding while the LowRize rocker brings a little pop into the equation, resulting in an excellent board for freestyle environments. With a Fusion 1500 base that provides plenty of speed, the Agenda also holds its own in an all-mountain scenario.
- Shape : LowRize
- Stance : Centered
- Flex-O-Meter: 5
- LowRize Rocker
- Ptex Sidewall
- Thin Con
- Foundation Tuned Core
- Biaxial Glass
- Fusion 1500 Base
- 4 x 4 Inserts
|Effective Edge (cm)||106.6||111.7||116.8||119.3||123.1|
|Tip Width (cm)||28||28.6||29.0||29.4||29.8|
|Tail Width (cm)||28||28.6||29.0||29.4||29.8|
|Waist Width (cm)||24.3||24.6||24.9||25.2||25.5|
To answer your question, It really depends on the type of riding you like to do. I am the same height and weight and I normally ride a 155. I ride mostly park and freestyle where shorter boards are better. I've even had a 152 for a few years and loved it but it was a park board. I've been riding for 15 years and i'm back to a 155 now since I ride more than just laps in the park. I'd have to recommend the 156, it will be able to ride all terrain, from park to groomers, to powder.
longer boards tend to be faster and not as easy to maneuver. If you are closer to a beginner shorter boards will help you out.
Good luck, Hope this helps. Dec 2, 2013
A good rule of thumb is to stand facing your board, it should be just at the bottom your chin. When I first started, I would rent, and I personally (at that time) preferred it about it below my chin. It made it easier to control. If you're a fast learner, I would keep it just at your chin. Dec 2, 2013
That's not a stupid question at all. I'm in the same boat with a size 11 boot, I really have to evaluate the waist of the board before I ride it. I usually suggest riding at least a 25.8cm waist width if you have a size 11 boot or larger, UNLESS the boot features shrinkage footprint reduction technology (boots that have a full size smaller snow imprint).
Here's the deal.
If you have a low profile boot sole length you could stick with the 156cm Ride Agenda because it has a fairly wide waist width of 25.2cm.
If you have a long/large/bulky boot sole I'd suggest getting the 157cm Ride Agenda Wide.
I hope that helps, let me know if you need anything else.
Check out the 157cm Ride Agenda Wide here: http://www.the-house.com/9857rdagew12zz-ride-snowboards.html Dec 3, 2013
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