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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-09-2009, 02:12 PM
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Getting my first real board

A buddy said he would sell me his Burton Charger w/ burton snap in boots and bindings for 200. Whats the scoop on this board? I'm fairly sure its a beginner board which would be nice since i've never gone before. Looks to be in good condition too. What do you think about the price or overall buy?
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-09-2009, 02:31 PM
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umm... snap-in boots/bindings?

pass on that deal. sounds ancient.
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Hit your friend in the arm next time you see him for attempting to rip you off.

Snap in bindings havent really been used in quite a while as far as i know...

For 200 you can get a much better setup.

FYI - People were buying the Burton Charger for 70 dollars off Ebay in 2003...

If your a beginner i wouldnt start with snap in bindings(or old ass boots for that matter), i've never ridden them but as i understand it they feel much different and less responsive than todays standard highback bindings.

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Hit your friend in the arm next time you see him for attempting to rip you off.

Snap in bindings havent really been used in quite a while as far as i know...

For 200 you can get a much better setup.
I can always give him a lower price. I figured I would already.
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Assuming the boots even fit you properly...MAYBE 50 dollars? I don't know someone else will have to chime in...its not worth much. Snowboards lose a ton of value in general considering its now 5+ years old...and this is using old technology on top of that...

Most people here would probably tell you if you bought it to use it as wall art...even a low end 2009/2010 Lamar or Morrow type combo setup would far surpass this most likely

Check craigslist as well, you can find some good deals there if you are on a budget...
Used boots in general are a bad idea though, but sometimes you gotta do it...
I mean would you buy used 5 year old tennis shoes from goodwill? Probably not

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Assuming the boots even fit you properly...MAYBE 50 dollars? I don't know someone else will have to chime in...its not worth much. Snowboards lose a ton of value in general considering its now 5+ years old...and this is using old technology on top of that...

Most people here would probably tell you if you bought it to use it as wall art...even a low end 2009/2010 Lamar or Morrow type combo setup would far surpass this most likely

Check craigslist as well, you can find some good deals there if you are on a budget...
Used boots in general are a bad idea though, but sometimes you gotta do it...
I mean would you buy used 5 year old tennis shoes from goodwill? Probably not
Yea... The boots are 11's and I normally wear 10 1/2 11's in shoes. I would definetly feel bad saying 50 bucks lol. I'll have to think about it.
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Yea... The boots are 11's and I normally wear 10 1/2 11's in shoes. I would definetly feel bad saying 50 bucks lol. I'll have to think about it.
Im sure you would..i would too lol..but its not worth anything...its just too outdated.

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i wouldn't get it. for one, boots are the most important part of any snowboarding setup. a size difference like that, and considering boots pack out, you'll have a difficult time turning due to heel lift and other stuff like putting proper pressure on the edges for initiating turns.

next, snap-in setups are ancient. the board itself probably weighs a ton, and even the cheapest and crapiest board+binding setups from Lamar would outperform your buddy's setup quite easily.
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$200 a total rip off. Sounds like your friend is a real dick. Don't buy it

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