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Old 10-31-2011, 10:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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So i cracked down and bought a Flow Verve 2011 with Flow triliogy bindings and flow rival boots for about 430$ was this a good buy for an allmountain/freestyle or did i over pay?
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You bought it go fucking ride it and stop being a pussy second guessing yourself.
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You bought it go fucking ride it and stop being a pussy second guessing yourself.
Listen fuck o i'm not 2nd guessing i'm gonna ride the shit out of it just wanted to make sure i disn't over pay
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Listen fuck o i'm not 2nd guessing i'm gonna ride the shit out of it just wanted to make sure i disn't over pay
My only comment with an all flow setup is, were the boots bought because of price/ and desire for an all flow setup?

If the boots fit you perfectly then just go ride, you got a whole setup for less than I paid for my board.
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Don't feed the trolls, man. BA's favorite pastime is provoking arguments on this message board.

A quick google search could have told you what you need to know. Amazon has that board at $272 and those bindings are at $100 on evo. So, online retail is ~$370 and shipping would be another $20-$50 depending.


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Didn't see that you got boots too. Yes, $430 is a pretty decent deal for all of that. ~$133 per item for this year's stuff is pretty good.
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My only comment with an all flow setup is, were the boots bought because of price/ and desire for an all flow setup?

If the boots fit you perfectly then just go ride, you got a whole setup for less than I paid for my board.
Actually i got the board and bindings as a package and the boots were recommended so i tried them on and they fot perfect and he cut me a deal for the boots and since i liked them so i got them together oh and i got a stomp pad from dakiine for 8$ which added to make it 430$
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