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Old 09-28-2012, 12:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Roxy Ollie Pop Snowboard - Women's - 2007 - 151cm - 90$ + Shipping


Core material:
- Aspen

Base material:
- Sintered

Country of Origin:
- United States

Vigilante Air Body Armor - Women’s - Large - 60$ Shipped

Ergonomic design to allow maximum mobility, lightweight and fits under your current jacket or hoodie.

Pad placement: Articulated foam back/spine pads; flexible plastic shell pads on shoulders and elbows; foam side pads.

Pad thickness: 3/4 inch back pad with thin flexible plastic brace sandwiched between pads; 1/4 inch pads around rib area; 1/2 pads under shoulder and elbow caps

Material: Stretch, breathable mesh fabric.

Fit: Precise ergonomic fit for most torso shapes.

Azzpadz Tailbone Protector - 30$ Shipped

A flexible plastic shell that spreads the impact force to a wider area which is a curved shape that conforms to your buttocks, making the AZZPAD more comfortable to wear and more stealthy underneath your pants or shorts.

Fully adjustable waist strap and elasticized Velcro leg bands, so you can tailor the fit to your body
No need to remove your pants to put on or take it off.

"Tri-Foam Cushion," which is three layers of graduated lightweight foam protection that only weights 8 ounces.

Not noticeable under pants.

K2 Rant Pro Audio Helmt - Mens - XL (Fits small) - 30$ Shipped

Passive Channel Venting™ means channels on the inside surface of the EPS direct airflow between your head and the helmet, keeping you dry and comfy all day long by removing moisture and excess heat.

Straps and earpads allow for a more secure fit.

Additional Features

Hard Shell construction are built to last with lightweight EPS foam bonded to an injection molded ABS shell.

Washable Full-Wrap Liner System snugly cradles your head, creating wonderful fit. The liner features a crown mesh that wicks moisture and breathes to prevent overheating. It is seamlessly integrated with the K2dialed Fit system.

Level 1 Baseline Audio System has integrated headphones and volume control that connect to your audio player for total tune pumping action.

Removable bandana

Helmet Style: Half Shell
Audio: Included
Removable Ear Pads: No

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Old 11-07-2012, 11:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Would you consider trading the safety equip for a very lightly used pair of 2009 Burton Lexa Bindings (lg) in blacK?


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Old 11-20-2012, 04:08 PM   #3 (permalink)
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what size azzpadz?
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Old 11-20-2012, 04:42 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by StreetDoc View Post
what size azzpadz?
I'm not sure this is still active, buuuut butt pads are a great thing
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