159w Snowboard

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159w Snowboard

159w Snowboard, If you’ve explored snowboard options, you may have encountered sizes followed by a “W” (e.g., 157W). This signifies a wider version of the standard model, with an expanded waist width. The inclusion of “W” caters to riders with a larger boot size, providing enhanced stability and preventing toe drag during turns.

159w Snowboard
159w Snowboard

Choosing a wider board ensures a more comfortable and responsive riding experience, particularly for those with bigger feet, optimizing performance across various snow conditions and terrains.

Alternative Freeride & 159w Snowboard

Alternative freeride boards are crafted to be ridden notably shorter compared to directional freeride boards. For instance, with a Hovercraft or Ultracraft, it’s recommended to go 4 – 8 cm shorter than your directional freeride board.

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Have you come across snowboard sizes with a “W” designation (e.g., 157W)? This indicates a wider version of the regular model, featuring increased waist width. The addition of “W” accommodates riders with bigger boot sizes, offering improved stability and minimizing toe drag while turning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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