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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-04-2008, 02:07 PM
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What is the best deal for a board now?

With alot of last years boards on sale, im wondering if anyone has seen a jaw dropping deal.
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-04-2008, 03:34 PM
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I've seen quite a few good deals lately on Whiskey Militia for various brands and types of boards. But with Whiskey, timing is everything.

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Which board is better the nitro mfm or the nitro misfit? and how is nitro thought of as a company all together?

And check out this site and tell me which board do you think is the best deal OUTLET SALE - UP TO 60% OFF
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i like the nitro products

i love my shogun still and this will be its fifth year!

the best board is the one that fits you, your ambitions and your wallet.

seek and ye shall find!

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Doesn't mean it makes no sense!
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the best board is the one that fits you, your ambitions and your wallet.

seek and ye shall find!
Yeahh, That is the best what can be said
You can say also what kind of snowboard you are looking for...all mountain/park/jib/sledge...etc
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My suggestion is probably sierrasnowboard.com - their 08 stuff (whats left anyways) is half off.

REI also has their stuff for like 40-45% off of so and they have a 15% off coupon available.

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I thinking about getting the 08 burton super model x. Im mostly going to be riding harder trails and it seems like a good board for that. I was just wondering if its good for the occsional park ride?

And as for boots I was thinking of either the new 32 prions, or the new saloman symbios, and advice?
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