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Question Valuing Used Snowboards

Hi all,

Been a lurker for the past few months on this forum, but recently joined!

I'm looking to finally purchase my first set-up! I only started snowboarding this year, but so far I've been hooked. (Lol, managed to hit the slopes 11 times already in 2 months.)

Anyhow, after reading many topics here about board recommendations, I think I should shoot for an intermediate set-up? Ideally, I'd want my set-up to last for the next 2 seasons at least.

My plan is to buy new boots. The general consensus I got is: "Splurge on the boots and skimp on the boards/bindings if I need to."

With that being said, I've been looking around at some used boards/bindings. I'm wondering how to value a used board to determine if it's worth the $?

For example, would something like this be a good or bad deal?

Never Summer SL 151 cm and Rome 390 Boss/Targa Bindings - Markham / York Region Sports Goods For Sale - Kijiji Markham / York Region Canada.

Thanks for all your help!
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