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09-16-2009 03:45 AM
Rossi Crawford 157 w/ HC2000 Bindings and Lounger boots


So I think back in 03 or 04 I picked up this snowboard at a shop in Reno. Before I got a chance to ride it I ended up moving. It's never touched snow. It sat bagged up in my closet since I got it. So I don't know much about it. I have searched and searched for info on it, but can't find anything. Anyways, Reason I'm here is I'm thinking about selling it but I have NO idea what it's worth. I cant even remember what I paid for everything (boots/bindings/board and bag).

I was hoping someone with a little more knowledge in snowboard stuff could help me or point me in the right direction. I included some pictures I took tonight. Hope that might help.

I did find one review from SI back in 03 that said
Crawford 157
This board was meant for the middle-aged Iron Maiden fan who commands respect from the gang in the terrain park. If you're an intermediate to advanced snowboarder looking to grow into a board, this will take you anywhere-the mogul fields, the rails and even through wet snow. With its deep sidecuts and slant walls, the Crawford gives control on quick turns and responds best when barreling down a mountain.
With the new snowboards, looks aren't everything—but, boy, - 01.20.03 - SI Vault

Thanks for the help guys.


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