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post #641 of 1117 (permalink) Old 03-13-2008, 11:18 PM
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WA WA WEE WA! Palmer Carbon Circle 2 for $266! WTF!
the sales on boards are insane on SAC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
why why why why do they show them when i am broke!
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For all the wakeboarders in the forum. Here is the SAC of wakeboarding.


Boarders Best Buy - One Smokin' Deal at a Time Wake Skate Snow and Surf
nice. anyone have any more sites like that? surfing?
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I scored a 686 Jacket last night for $118 on WM. (does the happy dance)
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does anyone know if steep&cheap/whiskey militia still sells snowboard/skiing gear in the summer months? do they switch to summer sports gear?
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does anyone know if steep&cheap/whiskey militia still sells snowboard/skiing gear in the summer months? do they switch to summer sports gear?

They still do but just not as much for obvious reasons.

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They still do but just not as much for obvious reasons.
not as much as in id better get the gear i need in the next month or so or not as much as in i shouldnt worry about it?
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not as much as in id better get the gear i need in the next month or so or not as much as in i shouldnt worry about it?

I wouldn't wait until the summer. Get it now while they still have some better choices.

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I just picked up the DC Decoy bag for $27. Matches my DC Balance boots.
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Meh...Burton Freestyles for bindings for 50 shipped...tempting. =/

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Meh...Burton Freestyles for bindings for 50 shipped...tempting. =/

Only if you're a beginner or won't be boarding much would I suggest these bindings.

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