Hey guys...I'm a new rider, and recently bought an old Rossignol board for REALLY cheap. Well, After fixing the scratches, tuning, and waxing, it rode ok...but even for a beginner like me, it just feels so slow. I paid very little for it, so I'm already considering getting something else. It came with bindings that are old, but in perfectly good shape, so it wasn't a complete waste.
Anyway, there's a 2013 Burton Clash 158 in (supposedly) great/mint condition on Craigslist. Here's the listing: Burton Clash Snowboard w/ Bindings (cleveland)
He wants $275 for the board and bindings, or $200 for the board. My question is, is that a reasonable price, would that be a board that I could be happy with for the rest of this season and next season (don't mind upgrading after that), and is that a good size for me? (Size 10 boots, 27 years old, 5'9", 155-160)
I'm in Cleveland, so ice/fake snow a lot, possibly some park stuff, but mostly just zooming down the trails.
Sorry, this ended up longer than I thought. Lemme know if there's any info I missed.