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Help ID'ing Board/Bindings, etc Plz
Hi, I am not a snowboarder although I sure wish it had been around when i was younger and skiing, for at that time thats all that was available.
Someone has given me a board and bindings and I really need to ID them.
I am hoping someone can give me enough information about them that will enable me to sell them to someone that has enquired about purchasing them that I do not know so I don't want to be taken advantage of IF its a half decent board, but at he same time I don't want to overcharge if it is a bad or useless board as I am not at all familiar with the manufacturers.
I will post some links to photos. Please feel free to ask any necessary questions.
I think the first link will allow you to move forward to se all but just in case not, I will pos them all..
Ride Twin Tip
Its an unremarkable 90s board from ride and 90s bindings. They're not worth anything in my opinion. Rule of thumb is that an item is worth what the market will bear. That being said if you receive money for that setup you're taking advantage of the buyer. jmo
I would sell it for $40-
My first board was a burton charger from 97/98- used it the entire 08/09 season. Old decks still make it down the mountain.
Sorry buddy that's probably not worth squat, the only old snowboards that are worth anything are from the era when the sport was being invented. You would know it was from that era because it would have a highly eccentric shape.
Thanks for letting me know. I will just throw it out. I was sceptical myself, hence, why I wanted to double check ;-)
I am not a snowboarder so I wouldn't know one board from another.
What was the board, not a Burton Charger as the poster up a few suggests?
I don't think that was the make?
Brand: Ride Snowboards now a subsidary of K2
Model: Twin-tip (my best guess as it's from the early days of making twin tip boards and so mfgs didn't need fancy names)
Size: 164.5 cm
I will offer them to the person the asked for them but I think it was for her son and she might want something far better but at least now I know and can tell her that and likely throw there ones out.
Thank you very much for all of your help!!!
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