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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-16-2012, 01:21 AM Thread Starter
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I have 2 boards, 2 bindings, what should i keep?

I have:
2010 Burton Method 158
2012 Burton Nug 148
2011 Malavita Bindings (currently on Nug)
2010 C60 Bindings (currently on Method)

The Method+C60s are brand new, havent used them.

I rode the nug last year and used it as an all mountain and loved it!

Just contemplating selling the method and getting another spare nug... am i stupid or should i ride the method?

Also i was considering getting the Burton Diode OR X-base as an upgrade to use on both boards.

Any advice would be great!
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Honestly you don't have enough boards

keep both and keep buying new ones.

I have 5 boards and 7 bindings.

Oh and forgot about my beginner board as well!

you'll like the difference of riding different board and bindings, if u really like the nug that much, buy another one after u break it
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Def buy more boards, not sure why you'd get another Nug, unless you got a different profile or size.

You're missing a cambered board, maybe custom or custom x or vapor?

Try the Sherlock too.
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What Weipim says is basically how I feel too.

Also, say if a friend or acquaintance tags along and they don't have gear. You've got them covered and they just need to rent boots. One of your boards break? Well good thing you have another!

Oh and boards suck at holding their value... Unless you're really short on cash it's not worth selling them in my opinion.
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