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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-04-2014, 02:29 PM Thread Starter
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I have a brand new YES basic I bought from The Clymb. It's too short for me. Beautiful board, I took one run on it. Spotless, like new. Well made everything is right on it. Great looking board the top sheet is beautiful in person.
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Where are you located? Willing to ship?

I have a friend looking for a solid all mtn board in that size and price range.
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Sorry sold already. But the Elan Inverse 155 I have listed here ($100) is mint. It would be a better all mountain board. It is twin shaped but directional flex and a touch of setback. Super light like a Burton Vapor but solid wood core. It rips the whole mountain. I'm in NY.
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No worries. Somebody got a steal on this one.

Ill take a look at the inverse. Thanks.
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Yeah you need to be willing to sell gear super cheap or people won't buy and it will pile up in your mud room.

I always sell my boards in top condition at prices that I feel are a steal, lower than Geartrade etc. And it's good karma if it's going to fellow shreds.
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