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    Stumpjumper evo 2019 sizing

    Iím 5 11 in height. Iíve tried the s2 version of stumpjumper evo 29, but I had no chance to trey s3 since lbs doesnít stock it.

    Would you suggest s2 or s3 for my height?

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    S3 for sure. I am 5'10" and ride an S3. S2 would feel very cramped while seated and riding.

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    Is an S2 suitable for M users? I'm 5.7 and usually ride a medium stumpjumper comfortable. Will the S2 be to big for me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ridersbone View Post
    Is an S2 suitable for M users? I'm 5.7 and usually ride a medium stumpjumper comfortable. Will the S2 be to big for me?
    Yes, S2 would be a good fit. The reach is designed to be very long on these bikes. For example my Nomad 3 size L had a reach of 443, my S3 Evo has a reach of 475.

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    Your riding inseam can impact fit. Example 34" inseam and 5'11" means a shorter torso. That points you toward a smaller size than someone with a 32" inseam same height.

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