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WTB little kids stuff

I'm talking 5-6 yr old kids stuff, what do you have?
I'd be interested in 2 planks as well. Both my buddy and I have kids and are looking to get them on the snow this year.
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same boat.. i have a fast growing 4yr old boy and i need to get some new or new to him gear for xmas and a MX helmet for riding the sled with me.. so hard to find decent gear for little guys. i too could use some tips.


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good luck to both of you maybe someone on the forum has some rugrats and can get rid of some old gear. I've been peeping Craigslist for kids stuff since we started taking my nephew (8) snowboarding last year. Kids stuff shows up on Craigslist all the time b/c they outgrow it so fast.

Back in June I snagged him a World Industries snowboard with Burton Custom grom-sized binders on it for $30. The base is in awful shape but I think salvageable. My x-mas shopping is done!

I've seen kids boots on there all the time for like $20, too.


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in the past 2 seasons i've completely outfitted my 11 year old brother in law. just shop around, online and in stores. previous season stuff is almost always at least 50% off. ebay is great. departmentofgoods.com is backcountry.com's outlet store and its really good too. i got him a foursquare jacket for $20!

Edit: also another suggestion. for outerwear buy it big so you can hopefully get more than one season out of it. if they are in between sizes always go for the bigger one.

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Will do, thanks for the tips.
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what specifically are you looking for? or do you need everything?

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Size 1 and Size 4 boots, practically new (as you could expect).

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