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I would go for a medium. I had the large and it would give me bruises a lot (but I bruise easily) and was too heavy for me to do a lot of tricks with. Great for beginners but if you plan on advancing, I would downsize and grow into it. :)
I have a 38 inch moodhoop and it's way too heavy for me now. But I'm curious about the 36 inch. It didn't look like there was much of a weight difference between those two... can anyone 'weigh' in (pun definitely intended!) on the 36 in terms of weight? I was thinking about getting the 33 inch but that looks way too small for how I like to hoop. For weight reference I'm used to a 36 inch 3/4 dayhoop.
Mine is a LOT lighter to me, but it was also made before they switched the tubing for the 36". the smaller battery in it makes a huge difference.
To ms. stuart^^^ the 36 inch i have is 5/8OD polypro. and I think its light, but its also the only LED ive ever played with. I normally use polypro day hoops so its slightly heavier. I asked Victoria of moodhoops what the weight was and she said polypro with 36 and lights and all is like 14oz. so its not terribly heavy to me. I love it but i would NOT reccomend the 36inch with 5/8OD unless you want a super flexible hoop. I like it because it gives me more recoil for when I drop it haha. feel like it helps absorb impact more.