|shes 5'4 125# whats a good size and type of board for her and an easy binding to get in and out of. |
|premier 135, anything 137(ish) and shorter. I wouldn't recommend a lower end adjustable binding, something with simple wraps...|
|I would recomend the Liquid Force Rythum 134 with ez suction bindings. The board is super easy to ride and the bindings are adjustable- have fun|
|hyperlite essence 131, blindside flower 5-0 132, cwb hood 129 all are good boards. Cwb torq bindings, hyperlite split or belmont bindings, Nice wayward or baron bindings too.|
|I just got my wife the divine 134 hyperlite and she loves it,,,,|
|I'm trying to find a board for my niece who isn't very athletic but REALLY wants to learn to ride. She's about 5'4" and 115 - 120 lbs. She's very timid on a board and needs something really stable but easy to learn the basics on. Any suggestions? Thanks for the help|
|The Belmont series is really smooth and stable. We have five boards to ride and everyone who rides with us picks up the Belmont if they are having a bad day. It doesn't pop you as much as a Byerly, or parks but it is really smooth and easy to ride.|
|My gf got the Motive 134, with parks bindings alreday popping off the wake pretty good.|
|An ironing board|
|Does she ride a lot? |
Does she ask to ride or do you have
to ask her?
I bought my wife a set up (Rythum 134 with ez sucs) and it was the biggest waste
of money ever. She's only ridden it once
in a year and a half. The good news is...
I won't be buying her anymore gear which
means I'll be getting a new board soon!!!!!!
Wanna buy a rythum 134 with LF sucs? (mediums)
|That is why the first board should be a used board like the one I have for sale on the Classified section here |
|how about a cutting board? or a washboard?|
|I ride HL Premier 135. Good pop off the wake with a soft landing. Fast but not too fast.|
|also, emory board|
|Sam, Tim: too funny! Thanks for the laugh. |
|cant go wrong with the HL premier 135 |