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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-20-2010, 09:17 AM
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FS - Salomon Burner Snowboard and Salomon Relay XLT Bindings - Has Pictures

Email me for pictures or go to: http://www.flickr.com/photos/4170493...7623124402809/

I am selling a Salomon Burner mens snowboard. It is a 167cm that is in great shape. It has only been ridden about 15 days total and just had a pro tune done to it after it was last ridden, so it still has a storage wax on it (Pro Tune consists of edge sharpening, base grind, base fill with p-tex, and a hot wax). I am selling the board with a set of Salomon Relay XLTs that are also in great shape. The board is an amazing big mountain board, so if you are looking for a powder board or a board to go faster than pretty much anything on the mountain, this is your board. Its construction gives the rider an amazing amount of control and stability at high speeds (the construction of the board that allows it to do that is really amazing, but too hard to explain over text, but I am more than happy to explain it in person or over the phone to anyone who is interested) with bindings that transfer the most amount of energy possible right where the need to as well as give the board a more natural flowey feel (I can explain it much better in person). I am asking $350 for the set of them (retail for about $900). You can email me at giantacairrider@msn.com for more information or call me at 719-359-0488.

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Yeah, i just got that. Link above will take you to the same pictures
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pm sent not sure if this may be a little too long for me 6ft 180 carves with the best of them
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you can probably handle a 167 if you're gonna use it for pow/carving.


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Thanks!

I bought this board from you and should have posted a BIG thank you. (Patrick from Atlanta)

I can ride this board damn near anywhere and is def my favorite setup.

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