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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-07-2009, 06:16 AM
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old board ~2000 lib tech jamie lynn


im in the process of collecting gear for my first setup, for a trip coming up soon.

I've bought boots and was going to hire the board/bindings, but a chance to buy bindings/board, at a steal(i think), has come up. Ive got the bindings sussed, but im not sure about the board.

It's a 2000 model lib tech jamie lynn ?pro?. The info I've found suggests it was a good board when released, and it suits what I want to use it for + its the right size, but im not sure if ~9 years effects the performance of a snowboard???

The board looks in good condition, only light scratches on the base, and is cosmetically good too. Im hoping this means it will give close to the same performance now as when the board was in its early days??

My other thought is there might be unseen changes to the board materials which make it not worth it?

Any thoughts on this would be much appreciated. -Matthew
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-07-2009, 06:39 AM
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i have a similar board (2000-2001 ish) Jamie Lynn Pro. bought it brand new...and i still ride it. its a great all mountain board. if its cheap enough i say go for it. you may want have take it to your local shop and have a full tune done on it tho.

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awsome! thanks for your reply and advise.

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