Originally Posted by AcroPhile
Sure, buying a demo board is kind of like buying a car that used to be a rental in a past life. You know it has been ridden hard and without any regard for some rocks that may be poking through the surface of the snow. But hey, if the price is right, it sounds like a good excuse to add another board to the quiver. I'd feel a lot better about taking a previously demoed board through an area with questionable snow coverage rather than a brand new board that I just shelled out $400-600 for.
Capita gives them a condition rating on a scale of ten, the board im looking at, The green machine has an 8, but im considering the Nas because its cheaper and has a 9.