Cutter - Freestyle and backcountry model a huge twin with up to 28.6 waist width on the 166XXW, also available for example as a 158XW with 27cm waist - for bigfooters out there or people who simply like to have a real wide parkboard.
Why? Even on rails it feels more stable like if you're trying to frontboard a long bar. But mainly you gonna like the safe feeling on slushy takeoffs and any kind of landing, the ease on inruns or bumpy slopes after really stomping a trick into the snow.
Not much more to say; forget about the counter-argument of fast edge-to-edge changes, because that's just not what freestylers would need usually (99% of time riding)! give it a try, take yourself some time and find out about all the countless benefits riding a wider snowboard.
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|Size||Waist Width||Sidecut||Nose Width||Tail Width||Boot Size||Nose Length||Contact Length||Tail Length|
|155W MM||26||8.9||29.8||29.8||9.0 - 12.0||19.5||116||19.5||
|158XW MM||27||8.7||31||31||10.0 +||20||118||20||
|161XW MM||27.2||9.0||31.2||31.2||10.0 +||20.5||120||20.5||
|165XW MM||27||9.0||31.2||31.2||10.0 +||21||123||21||
|166XXW MM||28.6||9.2||32.8||32.8||12.0 +||21||124||21||
|171XW MM||27.4||9.2||31.8||31.8||10.0 +||22||127||22||