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FS - Atomic Alibi w/ Salomon SPX 90 bindings ALMOST BRAND NEW and HAS PICTURES!!!

I have a 2008 Atomic Alibi (Size 159 CM) with a set of 2008 Salomon SPX 90 bindings. The Atomic Alibi only has 3 days of riding on it. I have had the board for two years and just took it out of the package a little earlier this season and put a few days on it. The Atomic Alibi is one of the most fun boards I have ever ridden (I owned the previous year’s board and put about 60 days on it). They have tip to tail wood in the core with no jointing like other manufacturers and Nomex Honeycomb which is a Kevlar material that makes the board super light in the tip and tail for a lower swing weight as well as in the center for extra weight loss making it easy to spin and effortless to ride. The board also has two carbon strips in the tail that give it tons of pop and make it awesome even in the park. It has a sintered base so it goes really fast and is extremely stable at high speeds. The board is an all mountain board that can be ridden everywhere. It rides great everywhere and I mean everywhere!
The Salomon SPX 90 bindings (Size Large) also only have 3 days of riding on them and are one of the lightest bindings ever made. They have a carbon chassis for light weight and extremely responsive. Full aluminum ratchets are bomb proof and the straps are super super comfortable. The ankle strap especially is extremely comfortable and very low volume designed to conform to the shape of the foot for the most comfort and best performance
The board will have a pro tune done to it before it is sent (in the pictures, there are a few scratches on the base that will be filled put back to new)which consists of a p-tex base work and structure (get all the small scrapes out of it and new structure), edges, hot wax and a storage wax (if you want a certain edge angle put on the board (1,2,3 degree) I can do that when I have the board tuned.
If you have any questions on the board, feel free to email me at giantacairrider@msn.com. Pictures are located at Alibi - a set on Flickr . The board went for about $500 and the bindings went for $300. I am asking $465 for the board and bindings shipped.

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