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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-25-2009, 01:12 PM Thread Starter
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Which board??

I traded a guy a weight bench for a brand new (2006) GNU Carbon High Beam snowboard with New 2006 Burton Mission Bindings...now I see a "like new" 2006 Burton Blunt board listed on craigslist near me.... I was wondering which board is better for just general riding and some park stuff?? Also, if the Burton is better what is a good asking price for mine and how much is a 2006 Burton Blunt in "like new" condition worth (just the board)???? Thank you in advance...this forum has already been a ton of help with my snowboarding questions.
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You'll be fine with the gnu, they are both good boards. BTW don't always trust the "like new" explanation. That can mean many different things. Such as well its "like new" because the layers are still holding together even though they are chipped ridiculously. Or, It's "like new," except for the gouges in the base, etc. Especially if the gnu is brand new you will be fine.

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