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JNeim 12-16-2013 03:29 PM

WTB Beginner's Package
 
Been snowboarding about 3/4 times now and plan on going more. So deciding to buy a board/binding/boots. I'm 5'10 170 so from what I'm reading I should go with 156~. Mainly just going to be riding the mountain then gradually get into jumps but nothing crazy.

Looking for good bang for you buck equipment that I could ride into intermediate level but don't want to spend a ton of money. Reply with what you have, I have a verified paypal for payment. Ready to buy now.

Located in south central PA (Harrisburg Area)

poutanen 12-16-2013 03:41 PM

Not sure how much shipping would be to PA, but I've got a 2012 Burton Custom 156 with 2013 Burton Cartels on it. I'd like about $300 for the combo since the bindings have about 20 runs on them...

Shipping to PA might be retarded though! :blink:

JNeim 12-16-2013 04:29 PM

Ah :/ well zip code is 17019 not sure how you would even go about shipping it though.

charlee2095 12-16-2013 07:55 PM

i have a beginners/intermediate package set up for sake
 
for sale, i have a lib tech trs 154, which would be fine they are meant to ridden 3cm smaller. its literally as close to new as possible, wouldnt be selling but have a severe back injury sustained a week after buying the board. the bindings are ride delta movements. if interested let me know, the bindings were never mounted due to being too big.
if interested pm me and ill post pics. one of the best boards out there, bindings are great have always ridden ride bindings. i do have boots bt what size u looking for?

JNeim 12-16-2013 08:22 PM

I wear a size 10. And your saying its one of the best boards out there is probably meaning your wanting a lot more then what I want to stay around lol.

tanscrazydaisy 12-16-2013 08:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JNeim (Post 1344337)
Been snowboarding about 3/4 times now and plan on going more. So deciding to buy a board/binding/boots. I'm 5'10 170 so from what I'm reading I should go with 156~. Mainly just going to be riding the mountain then gradually get into jumps but nothing crazy.

Looking for good bang for you buck equipment that I could ride into intermediate level but don't want to spend a ton of money. Reply with what you have, I have a verified paypal for payment. Ready to buy now.

Located in south central PA (Harrisburg Area)

with bindings/boots, need to know shoe size.

For boots... the best thing to shop locally, and imo, the most important out of the whole boots/bindings/board.

Once you found a good boot and that properly fitted... then you can go shopping for a board/binding setup.

JNeim 12-16-2013 08:43 PM

Posted up right before you tans sorry forgot to but shoe size in the OP. But thanks for the info!

charlee2095 12-16-2013 10:56 PM

re:Trs for sale
 
Look up the Lib tech Trs model, its been a good wood award winner for i think3 or 4 years now. The bindings ill let go for 100-125$ the board, make me an offer its literally been used once. Crushed a few vertebrae so no use to me anymore. Its a 560$ board, so make me an offer and im willing to work with you as long as its not an insulting price of course. i think IMO you def want to get your own boots. Mine are a size 8 anyway. Let me know, of course im not looking for full price or anything like that. But read up on the board, you wont have to purchase another one until you wear this thing out which is pretty much next to impossible, its made from lib tech and is used by some of the best riders in the world. my loss your gain, i know depreciation is a factor. so amke me an offer, just dont low ball me.

JNeim 12-16-2013 11:38 PM

Charlee I am trying to stay under 300 if I can simply because this is the first board I have ever bought. So I don't think your board is gonna fit into the budget trust me I wish it was.

charlee2095 12-17-2013 01:38 AM

no prob
 
was looking for not that much more actually, considering your just getting started. IMO its worth the little extra instead of buying a better board as you progress that will cost you a lot more.no problem though just my opinion good luck hunting


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