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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-30-2010, 08:15 PM
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Looking to score a deal on a board

Right now I am riding a 151 Fury(LTD), very cheap model, lots of base damage from undercoverage of PNWet this year. I probably have ridden slightly under 20 times, started 3 years ago.
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LTD SNOWBOARDS 2007/2008
Weight: 170
Height: 5'11"
Looking for a freeride board(or even websites/what to look for/good brands that serve my needs), that will push my ability. Probably I want it to by online.
Need advice on timing for scoring the best deal, whether or not i can keep my bindings(atlantis, could not find the exact model by looking at them).
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i can sell you a 152 09 celebrity omatic with just a lil problem on the nose. ill sell it to you for like $115

09 rome crail 156
09 burton triads
09 burton boxers
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i can sell you a 152 09 celebrity omatic with just a lil problem on the nose. ill sell it to you for like $115
I am looking for a new board, probably under 300$.
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its new never been ridden. i got it really cheap cuz it was damaged at the store

09 rome crail 156
09 burton triads
09 burton boxers
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post #5 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-31-2010, 02:57 PM
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I assume you are a male, right?

Keep an eye on Brociety.com and Whiskeymilitia.com for some deals to pop up.

If you are looking for something now, I have a new 09 Forum Destroyer Travis Kennedy Pro Model 154. I could sell it for $270 shipped.
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I assume you are a male, right?

Keep an eye on Brociety.com and Whiskeymilitia.com for some deals to pop up.

If you are looking for something now, I have a new 09 Forum Destroyer Travis Kennedy Pro Model 154. I could sell it for $270 shipped.
I checked those out, is that like stepandcheap? Anyway can somebody tell me what models should i be looking for? Also what is better for PNW powder(concrete) camber or rocker?
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I just looked at both of those boards, and it looks like they are park oriented. I really have almost 0 interest in park boards as from the third day I started boarding I hit the trees everytime, and only hit the park once(icy day), thanks to the great snow years in PNW.
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I checked those out, is that like stepandcheap? Anyway can somebody tell me what models should i be looking for? Also what is better for PNW powder(concrete) camber or rocker?
They are sister sites of SAC.

They are all run by backcountry.com

I have a new 09 Burton Fish LTD 156 or a 09 Burton Supermodel 155 I could sell for $300 shipped.

(They are both ICS though, like all Burton boards now).
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They are sister sites of SAC.

They are all run by backcountry.com

I have a new 09 Burton Fish LTD 156 or a 09 Burton Supermodel 155 I could sell for $300 shipped.

(They are both ICS though, like all Burton boards now).
That sounds like a good board but i am not sure if ICS is something i am willing to shell out additional money for(I wanna keep my old bindings).
I looked into neversummer, sounds like a pretty good company. anything for 09 that's like 09/slightly more powder oriented?

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2009-2010 snowboards on sierrasnowboard.com just went on sale: 30% off. Snowboards at REI and on REI.com will be on sale around the 14th for 50-70%off. Keep them in mind of you're looking for good deals and want to buy new...
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