So I Have 2 Snowboards that I'm trying to sell, they have been hanging out at my house for a couple years now and I need to get rid of them. They have been maintained really well, They were Full Tuned in may and have never been touched since. Full Tune was Belt grind until flat, Stone grind for medium structure, edge bevel to 1/2 degree (Base/Side) so they are not nervous and can handle anything except really aggressive carving on ice, an then waxed and buffed. PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE SHIPPING
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Snowboard an average of 50 days a season for 6 years
First is a 152 Shaun White (2007/2008) used for 20 days. Its a super poppy and aggressive board. Very versatile even for its size don't let its small size fool you. It handles 70 ft. jumps like its nothing. Incredibly low swing weight, makes a big difference in getting from 540 to 720. It features Burton's "Infinite Ride" which means the board is over built then broken in so it feels the same always from the day you bought it to its last day as board until it serves as a bench.
Second is a 157 Nitro Scope (2003/2004) used for 2 seasons This board is amazing, it is so quick for its size. The most versatile I have ever owned, its been tuned a few times but plenty of life in it, makes for a great pre-season setup so you save the good stuff. With the tune on it, it probably rides better than your everyday board. I spent a lot of time on this board to get it perfect and it feels amazing. It doesn't catch edges due to the fact that I de-burred and detuned in all the right places. I would include a pair of Large Burton Custom Brew Bindings w/ Freestyle Highback. It has had a couple core shots but they were dried and filled right away so that there is no water build up (Freezes then expands = Delam) or rotting of the wood.