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Old 01-27-2013, 10:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Someone just posted this in the vintage snowboard collectors club I'm in.

I have no idea if this guys prices are good or not? But just look @ all the gear this dude has

He's in San Diego, someone's got to be close to him.
I'm curious as to what he's got.

Lots of snowboards bindings & boots (sd)

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Why does Sassicaia instantly come to mind....haha. "Sass" seems to have one of everything, including a porche.
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thats like ten years worth of stealing shit from board racks and lockers.
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thats like ten years worth of stealing shit from board racks and lockers.
I was going to say "no one is that dumb". But really, who am I tryin' to kid? There's quite a few.

Sill like to know what alls in there? & with that much gear, I can't see him charging that a lot for it? He'd never get rid of it all.


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Why does Sassicaia instantly come to mind....haha. "Sass" seems to have one of everything, including a porche.
Do you know what's even funnier?

I saw Sassicaia up @ Cypress about a month ago. Never met him before, only seen the little pic of him drinkin' his nasty ass dark beer.

He looked just like that in real life. His Burton AK jacket, & the rest of his fancy gear was gleaming away in the sunlight.

Stick a beer in his hand & http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...6/Fr-voila.ogg

You have a beer commercial.

haha. Were just fuckin' wit chya Sass, cause were all jealous ya bastard


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I was going to say "no one is that dumb". But really, who am I tryin' to kid? There's quite a few.

Sill like to know what alls in there? & with that much gear, I can't see him charging that a lot for it? He'd never get rid of it all.


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i mean boards are pretty untrackable( i think), my mountain has a free board check and one day i saw a burton vapor just sitting a rack unlocked people just ask for there shit to get stolen.
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It looks more like a second hand/pawn store or something. It looks like all those boards have a price tag on them in the pictures.
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Must have been a shop. But all that shit looks new (clothing wise) you can see tags hanging in most of the photos. I'm going to see if I can get in contact with the seller and send a friend by to check the gear out.
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Must have been a shop. But all that shit looks new (clothing wise) you can see tags hanging in most of the photos. I'm going to see if I can get in contact with the seller and send a friend by to check the gear out.
Ya, it was posted in a vintage collectors club, but I see new (within a few years) boards. I would love to go & see what he has.

Good luck, he's got so much shit I bet you could get an insane deal if you bought a few things. Then sell the shit you don't want & the stuff you keep should work out to be free or even better.


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i mean boards are pretty untrackable( i think), my mountain has a free board check and one day i saw a burton vapor just sitting a rack unlocked people just ask for there shit to get stolen.
Ok....I am going to ask the dumb questions now because this caught my eye.

Does theft like this happen often? Everyone seems to just leave their board on a rack. I have only seen my husband do it 2-3 times. I have left my board on a rack while I am at the bunny hill with my daughter watching her ski.

I have seen the locks sold at sporting goods stores but had no idea what they were for. So should I be locking my board to the rack? How do you even do that?

Sorry, total newbie. Don't want to sound dumb, but also don't want my stuff getting stolen.
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