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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-06-2009, 09:27 PM
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Sined Snowboards

Hey does anyone know anything about Sined Boards? I've been looking into them a little because I found one that comes with bindings on craigslist. You see this was my first season snowboarding and I don't want to rent again next season so I want to get a board, boots, and bindings for a good deal. Like I said there is one on craigslist for a steal. But my question is are Sined Boards of good quality?
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-06-2009, 09:52 PM
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I've heard of them only from an old TSW mag.

Sunday, January 7, 2007 - SINED-jas attack Team Challenge

This year for the Transworld Team Challenge the SINED team went as SINED-jas (ninjas). Held at Buttermilk this years event was nice, lots of teams, good costumes, and lots of sick riding. SINED-jas were fully equipped with num chucks, stars, boom box blasting kung-fu fighting and Vanilla Ices theme from Teen Age Mutant Ninja Turtles "Go Ninja , Go Ninja, Go", and big smoke bombs. The smoke bombs ended up what everyone remebers, one night at the hotel bar one ended up going off right in the lobby, well Transworld got banned from the hotel for life, and the rest of the event the saying was " those god damn ninjas".

Anyway we ended up getting 2nd for costume (again) and Pat Milbery won special feature. Over all a good time. Look for it in Transworld Feb issue.
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I checked out their website a while back. It's got a pretty cool video on the front page. It was all park/street though from what i remember. I don't know if that means their boards are mostly for park/street or what though.

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