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FS: 07/08 Bataleon - The Jam - 157

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I'm selling my Jam that I picked up in 2008. I've used it around 10 days and really haven't had the chance to use it anymore. So I decided to sell it. It's the same as the 2009 and 2010 boards. Nothing has changed except the graphics. Personally I prefer this over the new rainbow colored Jam's.

The board is in excellent condition and not used much. No scratches or gouges on the base. I'm surprised at how well the board held up. After a few days on my other boards, they got beat to hell. But the Bataleons are made pretty well and don't get nicked or scratched up so easily.

Here are the details of the board from the website:
CONTACT LENGTH (cm) 119
TIP/TAIL WIDTH (mm) 299
WAIST WIDTH (mm) 250
SETBACK (mm) 15
SIDECUT RADIUS (m) 7.8
STIFFNESS (1-10) 7
INSERTS 24
STANCE WIDTH (cm) 52-60

* Good Wood Core - All Bataleon boards have full high quality wood cores
* Sintered 3000 - Sintered base material, high impact resistance, superior wax absorption and release
* 4X Quadraxial Laminated - quadraxial glassfibers top and bottom
* Carbon Enforced - carbon fibers on top of the wood core
* Superstrong Sidewalls - hardwood along the steel edges for enhanced impact resistance
* Directional Twin construction
* Triple Base Technology - This technology enhances all the properties of your snowboard. It's a bold claim which Bataleon would gladly like you to put to the test. In turns: Smoother and faster turns, more edge grip, faster edge to edge. Going straight: Straight as a ruler, less edge catch, faster straight lines, bigger airs. Transitions: Smoother pipe trannies, easier pipe riding, stick more landings. Also: Jibtastic, float better, no detuning
* FS.TBT - This is the basic Triple Base shape that will improve your riding in any kind of terrain. With all the advantages of Triple Base Technology, the FSTBT base shape is especially optimized for speed with fast and easy edge to edge transitions

I'm asking for $300 + shipping in the US. I don't really want to deal with international shipping unless I have to. If you're local in so cal or willing to meet me in mammoth, $300. Retail on this board is $550 and it is totally worth it. If I was able to get out more I would keep it. But I really only need 1 board. Here are some pics I took. If you are interested, I can take more pics. Please no lowball offers. I'm not in any rush to sell this. But I figured since it's just sitting here I might as well put it up.

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You might want to reconsider your price, bro. I sold an 07/08 Jam just like yours end of last season for $200 shipped. I sold two brand new 08/09 Jams at the beginning of this season for around $350 shipped. So...I know you're in no rush, but your current pricing isn't even in the ballpark.

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You might want to reconsider your price, bro. I sold an 07/08 Jam just like yours end of last season for $200 shipped. I sold two brand new 08/09 Jams at the beginning of this season for around $350 shipped. So...I know you're in no rush, but your current pricing isn't even in the ballpark.
I 2nd this I bought this exact same board 07/08 157 about a month ago for less then 200 that was in mint condition, and I also just sold a 2010 jam 161 mint for the same price your asking, only b/c the 157 suited me better.
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when i meant don't lowball me, i meant don't ask for this board for 100 bucks. but i'm willing to take a reasonable offer.
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when i meant don't lowball me, i meant don't ask for this board for 100 bucks. but i'm willing to take a reasonable offer.
Hard not to "lowball" when your board isn't even worth 1/2 your current asking price of $350 + shipping.

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Hard not to "lowball" when your board isn't even worth 1/2 your current asking price of $350 + shipping.
if you don't like the price, you can just ignore it. you don't have to go into peoples threads shitting on their asking price. it'll either sell or it doesn't.
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It's about a $100 board plus shipping..

The snowboarding industry is much like the electronics industry. Old gear is worth only pennies.... It's just how it is.

I sold a 5 day used 2010 Jam for $400 a couple months ago.

We're just trying to help you out if your really wanting to move this stick, as it won't for the price your asking.

Good luck, but the chances of ripping someone off here is extremely low. Many people here will call others out if the price is to high, and you've been called out.

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It's about a $100 board plus shipping..

The snowboarding industry is much like the electronics industry. Old gear is worth only pennies.... It's just how it is.

I sold a 5 day used 2010 Jam for $400 a couple months ago.

We're just trying to help you out if your really wanting to move this stick, as it won't for the price your asking.

Good luck, but the chances of ripping someone off here is extremely low. Many people here will call others out if the price is to high, and you've been called out.
umm i'm not trying to rip someone off. if you try to pick up any newer jam's (which i don't see many online) you're going to pay 550 for it. there is not much difference between the new ones and this one is barely used. there is a difference between trying to help someone out and being a dick about it. i got a pm from someone giving me a heads up on how much he recently bought a jam for. that was helpful and made me realize if i wanted to move the board soon i'll need to lower the price. but "thanks" anyways for your help guys. i appreciate it.
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if you try to pick up any newer jam's (which i don't see many online) you're going to pay 550 for it.
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if you don't like the price, you can just ignore it. you don't have to go into peoples threads shitting on their asking price. it'll either sell or it doesn't.
if you don't like the offer, you can just ignore it.

you'll either accept or you won't.

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