|Type:||Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Camber:||Hybrid, C2 PBTX|
|Recommended Use:||Advanced, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: GNU Riders Choice Wide Snowboard
When you like to mix up your riding, you want to be sure you're riding the GNU Riders Choice Wide Snowboard. Rated for both freestyle and all-mountain riding, this Riders Choice board is ready to have you dominating from the slopes to the park. You can throw down off the beaten track or pop some ollies without breaking a sweat. The Riders Choice board is ideal for intermediate and advanced riders so you'll have plenty of room to perfect your skills. The twin shape means you'll be able to ride switch without getting mixed up regardless of your direction.
- Twin Asym Freestyle
- Also in Wides!-C2 PBTX-Magne-Traction-Core: Asym AP1 (Aspen, Palonia)
- Co Ex Topsheet
- UHMW Sidewalls
- Sintered Base
- Flex 5 -7
|Tip Width (cm)||31.1||31.2||31.3|
|Tail Width (cm)||31.1||31.2||31.3|
|Waist Width (cm)||26.8||26.8||26.8|
Riders Choice Wide
oh and if i didn't tell you this already my height is 5.6 and i weigh 160 to 166 in that range and I'm 14 oh and my boot size is a size 12.
pease contact me back,
Thanks for reaching out with all of your questions. There is a board category for the type of board you're looking for. Generally it's called All Mountain Freestyle and they usually have a Directional Twin Shape (either twin shape with setback stance or directional shape with centered stance).
Camber or Hybid (Rocker/Camber/Flat combinations) will be best for your terrain preference.
With your weight you fit within the weight range of most boards ranging from 151cm-160cm, but would fit best on boards ranging in length from 154cm-158cm.
Being that you have size 12 boots I'd highly recommend riding a board with at least a 25.8cm waist width.
Here's what you need...
1. Direction Twin Shape
2. Camber/Hybrid Profile
3. 154cm-158cm Length
4. 25.8cm+ Waist Width
Below are my favorite boards that fit all the above listed specs (random order). Let me know what you think..
155cm Burton Custom Flying V Wide - http://www.the-house.com/9855btcflvw14zz-burton-snowboards.html
157cm Rossignol One Magtekn Midwide - http://www.the-house.com/9857roomm13zz-rossignol-snowboards.html
155cm Ride Machete GT Wide - http://www.the-house.com/9858rdmcgtw14zz-ride-snowboards.html
155cm DC PBJ Wide - http://www.the-house.com/9859dcpbjw14zz-dc-snowboards.html
would the arbor west mark midwide 157cm red be a good size and board for me?
i cant wait to ride my board!
If you're going to be riding size 12 boots this year it would be a really good idea to get a wide board. The more you catch your toes and heels because they hang off the board, the more you're going to fall.
Check out the 153cm GNU Carbon Credit wide, it'll be a better option for you...
The GNU Riders Choice snowboard has medal steel edge, they are good to have.
please contact me soon,