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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-21-2012, 04:15 PM Thread Starter
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FS: 2013 Burton Mission Restricted (not est)

Mediums. Replaced the toe ratchets (and ladders) cause the originals tore up the ladders.

***EDIT***: these are now for auction cause I suddenly need the money.
Start $110 +shipping, $5 increments. Buy now $170 +shipping.
Ends 8/7/12, then they go to eBay.






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Make offers too if you want, price can be negotiated some.

and for some reason they look way more used than they actually are in these photos. Some very minor cosmetic scratches and a bit of dust/dirt from sitting in my apartment, you can barely tell they're used in person.

Oh and you'll get the original toe ratchets and a small grip of B diecuts.

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170 bucks plus shipping??? for used bindings seriously you must be joking you could get those new for like 220 max
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170 bucks plus shipping??? for used bindings seriously you must be joking you could get those new for like 220 max
I did say make offers. And 2013 hasn't dropped yet.

Yeah $220 +shipping. Save $50 and get 'em early. I used them like 9 days. The paint job is what makes them look used, otherwise the only reason you can tell is the scratches between the heelcup and highback.

If this is so outrages to you don't buy them.

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170 bucks plus shipping??? for used bindings seriously you must be joking you could get those new for like 220 max
Wow such intelligence from a person with 2 posts who clearly can't read. It's next years bindings that have only shipped to a handful of shops and will retail for $220. Now a 50 dollar mark down on something that was ridden probably 10 times in SoCal slush seems fair to me. But I want to know where you live that you get next years product whenever you want.

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i am fully aware that those are next years bindings that haven't shipped yet to most places......except my shop where we got those in a few weeks ago.....

usually when you see used next years bindings, they can come from one of three places they are either a demo pair, a sample pair, or they belong to a team rider. used bindings are used bindings......they don't come with a warranty plus once you pay for shipping which is usually between 15 and 25 bucks unless you are shipping to somewhere overseas or are using a business account you are right there around the 200 dollar price range for a used pair of bindings.....but i forgot they are next years bindings which automatically makes them better than everything else......oh wait thats right 2013 has already dropped.....so technically they are this years bindings.....
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You're going to tell me companies keep a serial number of bindings on record to the point they aren't going to give a warranty? That's like when Mervin said they were fighting on grey market snowboards when they don't even have serial numbers on their boards. It's Burton they will warrant anything they're the fucking REI of snowboarding not satisfied oh sorry here's a new (insert product).

Those will fit in a flat rate USPS shipping box that's 8 bucks right there or you could go with the bigger version bumping it to 10 to 12, I forget as I don't lurk in the post office shipping things.

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You're going to tell me companies keep a serial number of bindings on record to the point they aren't going to give a warranty? That's like when Mervin said they were fighting on grey market snowboards when they don't even have serial numbers on their boards. It's Burton they will warrant anything they're the fucking REI of snowboarding not satisfied oh sorry here's a new (insert product).

Those will fit in a flat rate USPS shipping box that's 8 bucks right there or you could go with the bigger version bumping it to 10 to 12, I forget as I don't lurk in the post office shipping things.

no they don't but they do require a receipt or dealer approval for warranty claims especially Burton, third party purchase voids the warranty. at least that's been my experience with them the five or so times i dealt with them. but they might help you out you never know...

That's some pretty cheap shipping compared to using conventional UPS usually it costs me like 20 bucks to ship bindings.
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As for their origin, my boss has an influential friend at Burton, these were an early true run of the binding. Small run but still full retail build, not samples.

UPS is shit, they tried to charge me $70 to ship a board. USPS it was like 35 or something.

So your shop has them? Great, where are you fucking NZ? Most shops don't and wont till the end of August, hell the Burton website is till in summer mode. AND these are restricteds which a good chunk of shops just don't get anyhow.

I really don't understand why you're so upset about this and why you feel the need to voice your disappointment. Like I said, if it seems outrages to you don't buy them.

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