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post #8 of (permalink) Old 12-03-2012, 11:09 PM
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I'm a fan of NorthWest Snowboards. Of course, that may have a lot to do with being the closest shop to me aside from the Kitsap Sports, but that place is a joke. Good products if you only ride Libs Gnus, and terrible customer service. They're the type that have zero knowledge, and then look at you like you're retarded because they don't understand the question you're asking. And forget talking about new product or tech with them. Anyway, I'm ranting. NWS is legit, I've had decent luck with Evo and SnoCon, though admittedly, once SnoCon moved from their original location in downtown, they seem to have gone a little downhill and the Evo website carries more product than the actual storefront.

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