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its gnu logik 02-10-2013 04:25 PM

F/S Arbor Draft 2013 150CM AND Solomon Faction size 10 BRAND NEW
 
Hey guys,

3 days ago I picked up a 2013 Arbor draft while on vacation in Jackson Hole, after riding my friends 2012 version the day before. My friends model was a 149.5, so I went ahead and bought a 150 (knowingly that it's incredibly small for my size). All my friends ride MUCH smaller then they should, so I listened, unfortunately I'm much bigger then them lol. I'm 5'11 225, and the 150 is just a little to small for me. I demoed a 153 2 days later, (same board), and that's what I need to be on. I rode the board twice, so unfortantely I cannot return it.

I paid $400 plus tax, I'm willing to take a little loss, just so I'm not stuck with a board that doesn't fit me.

I'm trying to get $360 shipped to anywhere in the US. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. THIS BOARD IS STILL IN NEW CONDITION.

I will accept any reasonable offers.


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Sorry about this being my first post, I've been registered for a long time now, but never used the account, the current situation just called for it.

its gnu logik 02-10-2013 08:56 PM

Nobody wants to deal with the new guy huh lol

its gnu logik 02-12-2013 05:11 PM

Anyone interested if I throw in a pair if BRAND NEW Salomon Faction 2011/2012 boots in the box, size 10 (non boa). I really don't wanna get stuck with a board I cant use.

Rookie09 02-12-2013 05:36 PM

the reason it's gonna be hard to sell is because although it's almost brand new, you're the original buyer so the warranty won't transfer. Also, it's almost the end of the snowboarding season and a brand new board will likely sell for less than that if it's still in stock.

its gnu logik 02-12-2013 05:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Rookie09 (Post 716426)
the reason it's gonna be hard to sell is because although it's almost brand new, you're the original buyer so the warranty won't transfer. Also, it's almost the end of the snowboarding season and a brand new board will likely sell for less than that if it's still in stock.

Really? Warranty is non transferable? How would they even know considering I never "registered" anything to my name. As far as being the end of the season, I understand that part, which is why I'm slightly negotiable.

Rookie09 02-12-2013 11:32 PM

it's not supposed to be anyway. i think it's possible to get around it if you give the buyer the receipt you got when you purchased it so they can verify it though. If you got it at a shop, you also have to make sure the buyer has the same shop they can take it back too. In my experience, returns and warranties are more strict with boards than they are with bindings because most of the time a warranty will require a brand new board verses smaller parts if a binding needs to be warrantied. you can always double check with whoever you bought it from though, just my thoughts.

its gnu logik 02-13-2013 10:33 AM

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Originally Posted by Rookie09 (Post 717865)
it's not supposed to be anyway. i think it's possible to get around it if you give the buyer the receipt you got when you purchased it so they can verify it though. If you got it at a shop, you also have to make sure the buyer has the same shop they can take it back too. In my experience, returns and warranties are more strict with boards than they are with bindings because most of the time a warranty will require a brand new board verses smaller parts if a binding needs to be warrantied. you can always double check with whoever you bought it from though, just my thoughts.

I hear that, though that seems like an easy thing to get around. The end of the season part I get though, which is why I'm offering the boots with it...realistically it's a really good deal for the pair.

Rookie09 02-13-2013 02:58 PM

if the boots fit and if they're the right kind of boots and if the buyer needs boots. im sure the price is good enough, it'll just be hard to find the right person. but enough of me hogging your thread. ill get off now

its gnu logik 02-13-2013 06:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rookie09 (Post 720442)
if the boots fit and if they're the right kind of boots and if the buyer needs boots. im sure the price is good enough, it'll just be hard to find the right person. but enough of me hogging your thread. ill get off now

It's cool...free bumps lol


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