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post #1 of 43 (permalink) Old 09-05-2014, 07:05 AM Thread Starter
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Is it a good deal?

I'm buying a snowboard from a friend and we are about the dane height and weight so i think its ok. I want to know if it's a good deal forme to get one board and the bindings for 300$$? Also i want to know the brand of the one with the crossbones and if it is good for doing freestyle jumps and stuff ( the first two letters o can make or are Ra or Ro)
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Your friend is ripping your shit off. That setup isn't worth $50. You can do a lot better than that for $300.
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Really? Well i had little apprehension about spending 300 in a used setup anyway. What could i get for that price range. I'm new but i learned quickly last year( i rented stuff) and i want to learn tricks off of jumps and grinding like that but still a fast board. I need a board AND bindings.
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Echelon 99$ board from their site, then grab a set of Burton missions, done under $300
Also check out. Wiredsports boards forget how much they are but i think under two hundred for a quality board
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Thanks a lot both of you. I'll take a good look at these
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What's your height, weight, and boot size? You should have no problem putting together a decent setup for $300.
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I'm size 10 i already ordered forum boots, ht= 5'11'1/4 i weigh 177 lbs and I'm ripped
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poke around geartrade along with sites like dogfunk evo and the-house.com
you might be able to score brand new setup for 300 bones.

Definitely give your friend a good "What the f*ck dude" as well
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that old shit wasn't worth 300 when new
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