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Old 03-01-2010, 06:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Snowboard Oxygen/Trade

i offered $60 and he said yes.

good deal?

i ride maybe 3-4 times a season, though if i had my own snowboard i would go a lot more..

would it be good for hitting boxes and/or jumps and all that stuff? everything's the right size for me, but i was just wondering if anybody know how much an "oxygen" snowboard was worth.
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Old 03-01-2010, 06:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Looks like it has clicker bindings?

I think you could find a deal just as good with real bindings on it already. If those are clickers like it looks, you will have to match those clickers with clicker boots or buy new bindings and boots
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Old 03-01-2010, 07:04 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Looks like it has clicker bindings?

I think you could find a deal just as good with real bindings on it already. If those are clickers like it looks, you will have to match those clickers with clicker boots or buy new bindings and boots
i'm pretty sure the boots that it comes with are the same ones that connect to the board..

i was gonna most likely get new boots anyways if those didn't fit, but is it that hard to find boots with the clickers that match the bindings?
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i'm pretty sure the boots that it comes with are the same ones that connect to the board..

i was gonna most likely get new boots anyways if those didn't fit, but is it that hard to find boots with the clickers that match the bindings?
I don't believe anyone makes Clicker bindings and boots any longer (haven't for a couple of years AFAIK). K2 certainly doesn't appear to by the looks of their website, and they were the longest holdout and supporter of the technology. It would probably be very difficult if not impossible to find new boots for Clicker bindings. You might be in the market for new boots and bindings if the boots don't fit you very well. Just a word of warning!

Also, I don't believe Clickers were every very popular amongst freestyle riders. I'd imagine the impact of a landing could pop your boot out of the binding, which would not be a good scenario at all.
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I'd pass...

If it was a old board with old strap bindings thats one thing...atleast you can just get new boots.

There are other deals out there just keep lookin!
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