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Are Siren snowboards any good? If so why can't I find a website for them?

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Siren makes awesome boards. My GF has been ripping on one for almost 3 years and it is her favorite board ever. They only make womens boards and they do it right. I want a board as light and strong as hers. Hahhh!

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What size board would a 5' 6" woman need?


hi! i'm around 5' 6" too and a 147/8 is a good size for me to start off with. it depends on your skill level and type of board. i'm assuming from your question you are a beginner so a shorter board would be better suited because they are easier to manouver, initiate turns on and learn all the basics.

as for the type of the board, freestyle boards, generally a twin tip and can be ridden switch, are typically bought smaller because they are easier to do trick on for the reason abover. freeride or all mountain boards, directional and meant to be ridden one way down the slope, are typically longer as they are usually for just riding down the slopes.
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but in general, a board that your feet won't hang over the egde too far [causing the dredded toe drag] and is between your chin and nose [again, varing from closer to one or the other from the type of board]
hope that helps :D i am also a beginner and a 147 is on the shorter side for me, just being easier to learn on. a 150 would be a good medium once i progress

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