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  1. #8
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    If it's mainly for her I'd go for the 93.

    The problem is a 55kg person trying to pop a 105 litre board. It's like you popping a 150 litre board.

    If you want to learn freestyle, flat flat water is ideal.

  2. #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim319 View Post
    It's like you popping a 150 litre board.
    I got your point. I had in mind more litres
    as well with the length 65cm compared to 60cm isn't better?

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    I have a 100l Fanatic Skate BGS. I still can't do any freestyle but as a general bump and jump board with good early planing I am very pleased with it.

  4. #11
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    Hi

    100-105 l would be perfekt for a first freestyle board . Dont worry to much about her size, it will just make her planing faster !

    No freestyle board is hard to pop my sister is On a 93l skate, she is just under 50kgs and she is throwing grubby, Spock, sw kono

    The bigger volume will actually help her getting the pop and make the board forgivning when landing

    Get a fin around 19-20 cm for start dont Go to Short !

  5. #12
    Junior Member SpyrosA's Avatar
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    Is there any differences between Jp and skate?
    We thought for Jp board.

  6. #13
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    There is Difference ') i preffer the skate

    But as beginners she ain't gotta notice the Differences between them

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