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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-27-2012, 07:14 PM Thread Starter
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Well... That sucks. I even went and looked up the same board on other websites and they all say "Only ship in U.S."

Do you have a certain price range for your board?
under 250 really.
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I actually have a 151cm Burton Clash from last year. I only rode it 6 times last year and it the board i started on. I also have burton freestyle bindings. If you would like to buy either just pm me or email me barryyung42@gmail.com. I am a bit taller than you but i am your weight and footsize so they should fit good
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you want to sell them for
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151 for someone whos' 5'1
That sounds like something you'd have to grow into.
You're probably going to hit a growth spurt really soon So i wouldnt buy anything super expensive unless you or your dad is good at selling things on craigslist.
Craigslist is your friend for something like this.
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Seriously. It is awesome that you want to try boarding, but go to your local resort, rent equipment and take a professional lesson. You may despise snowboarding. then you are stuck with gear that is worth 50% of what your dad spent after one trip up.
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Seriously. It is awesome that you want to try boarding, but go to your local resort, rent equipment and take a professional lesson. You may despise snowboarding. then you are stuck with gear that is worth 50% of what your dad spent after one trip up.
Yes, if you want to go a 2nd time, buy boots, rent board.
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