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post #33 of (permalink) Old 12-05-2012, 10:35 AM
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Originally Posted by ComeBack_Kid View Post
I didn't lock my boards up until I started getting ones that a lot of boarders know are valuable (like the Lib Tech Skate Banana). Now, I keep a simple Burton lock that I picked up for $5 at a spring sale handy and rest easy knowing that my board won't be getting nabbed easily. It really is worth it to pick up one of these cheap locks.

EDIT: Here is my exact lock. Highly recommended.
Burton Cable Snowboard Lock - Free Shipping at
just a heads up. I used this, forgot the combo and clipped it in one swipe with a small pocket tin snip like this:

Trademark Tools Heavy Duty Aviation Tin Snip: Tools :

no one around even questioned my actions and I wasn't trying to hide it. I could steal your board with that lock in under 3 seconds, or the time it takes someone to turn his head.

A better idea for cheaper is a bike seat lock-

OnGuard Akita Seat Leash Cable - 5mm - Free Shipping at

use a pad lock of your choice. Small enough to carry in your pocket but you need a more substantial wire cutter to get through this baby.

I returned my cut burton lock to REI
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