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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-11-2011, 05:33 PM Thread Starter
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Lightbulb WTB: Snow(board) stuff!

Hello everyone,
I'm looking for snowboard gear, so basically everything! because I grew up in the last years ^^ so I'm looking for good stuff for a reasonable price (as usual).

I'd be looking for snowboarding boots size 11
I'm 6"2 so for the coat and pants, that would be XL, not much preferences for colours and all, don't hesitate to propose stuff!
And for the snowboard itself, I really really love the Arbor A-Frame, so that would be a 170cm model, If anyone sells it or sells a similar board, I'm in for a deal!
For bindings I would love the Union Asadachi Snowboard Bindings 2011, or similar.
So yes, I love the wood style for snowboarding!
PM me! ^^

PS: I live in montreal, just for shipping information.And I can operate by bank transfer, but I prefer Paypal.
I dunno if that'll work, but if you're skeptical for my honesty, here's my ebay account: Mon Monde eBay - romain491
Thanks!
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Burton Ronin Prep Pant, Kilim Red, XL

These aint yo pop's slacks!
Representing the biggest shell fabric innovation since denim, the Prep pant's waterproof corduroy is equal parts comfort and style. Loaded with all the features to make your day at the office..... aka... the mountain, comfortable, the Prep is your basic dress pant on steroids.

- 10,000MM Waterproof
- 10,000GM Breathability
- Microfleece-Lined Handwarmer Pockets
- Stretch Boot Gaiter
- Cuff-to-Boot Interface
- Integrated Waist Adjustment
- Microfleece Fly and Waistband
- Double-Headed Fly
- Pocket Key Clip
- Ghetto Slits

The fit is the ol' typical Ronin of the time, i.e. baggy.

These pants were used about 5 days on the hill.

Asking $50 shipped within the USA.



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Magnus Merciless Insulated HIPORA-AP Pant

* Zip fly w/ snap closure
* One-handed adjustable waist cords
* Front zipper pockets
* Taffeta lined
* 15" leg vents
* Gaiters w/ hold-downs
* Taped critical seams
* HIPORA-AP specs: Water Resistance 8,000 - 9,000/Moisture Permeability 6,000 - 8,000

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Size XL but fits more like a L

$40 shipped within the US.

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really looking for a 170? I got a bataleon goliath 161 wide thta would probably work for you but it's shorter than you're looking for if you really want 170cm. PM me if you're interested, will ship to MTL.


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really looking for a 170? I got a bataleon goliath 161 wide thta would probably work for you but it's shorter than you're looking for if you really want 170cm. PM me if you're interested, will ship to MTL.
I don't really know, for the arbor a-frame, the guy told me 166 was best, but i'm 6"2 for 180lbs. I'm basically looking for a pow/freeride board. I'm not into freestyle/park. and the a-frame is an example but the never summer f1 kinda board would suit me.
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gotcha. no worries then... I still feel like 170 is an enormous board. I outweigh you by like 30 pounds and probably wouldn't ride anything over 165 - even for free-riding.
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gotcha. no worries then... I still feel like 170 is an enormous board. I outweigh you by like 30 pounds and probably wouldn't ride anything over 165 - even for free-riding.
thanks for the tip!
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all right then I'm looking for snowboards that are +/- 165cm and that are specialized in freeride/pow. Thanks!
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all right then I'm looking for snowboards that are +/- 165cm and that are specialized in freeride/pow. Thanks!
2009/10 Lib tech 167 trs with large union force bindings banana magenetraction. best board for pow. Great shape 400 total
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