Adrii, I do appreciate you getting my back on a guy that was trying to lowball me for an awesome board in immaculate condition that I'm selling for an exceptional price. I mean you guys have to realize how much I'm losing on this board.
Last edited by JohnnyMcDildo; 04-17-2010 at 02:43 PM.
Ok, first things first. Why on Earth are you selling the board?? ''not for you''? Can't get over the graphics? Cause that's the only reason I'd imagine to sell it. Cause otherwise this is one of the most hyped over boards this season.
Is it the riding style?? If it is, well consider this. I just bought myself an FK (flat-kick) board that is very similar to your Sierrascope. The shop guy explicitly warned me that this board would take some getting used to. You won't pick it up the first run and go ''OMG this is the greatest board I've ridden in my entire life''. He told me it would take 3 days before I got used to the FK technology - which coincides with the amount of riding time you have on yours.
I'd strongly urge you to reconsider your decision to get rid of it. 1st - you're losing money for nothing. 2nd - it's a great board.
If you still wish to go on, think about this:
Considering you picked a REAL bad timing to sell your board (199$ @ SierraSnowboard, I'd suggest you wait 'till they run out of stock. Then you put any price you want cause ppl are gonna go nuts when they find out that someone is selling theirs (very rare). Some guy is near my place is asking 375 for it. I'm sure he'll get close to his asking price just because it's that great of a board and some ppl won't care for the price. Post on Craigslist or Kijiji and you're GOLDEN.