Question about All Star Forum Star Women's Snowboard
Prob a 142 board...but use this site - awesome calculator that will size a board for you just by putting in some info
hope this helps - good luck!
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
There are 2 factors for snowboard's size:
Height and width. Height is measured for beginners from toes up to collarbone
or chin and professionals prefer longer snowboards measuring between the chin
and the nose.
The correct width for you is if you stand
on the snowboard, your feet should stretch almost entirely across the board.
You can use this cool calculator to measure the size you need: http://www.frostyrider.com/tips/size-guide.htm
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