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01-04-2009 05:32 AM
Jenzo
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Originally Posted by BRAISKI View Post
Lol or we have store called Sanction formerly known as Boardzone.
lol... well theres better options then boardzone, I posted a bunch in the sticky.
01-04-2009 03:39 AM
BRAISKI
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Originally Posted by Jenzo View Post
Hes probably Canadian if posting Sportmart.. Alternative 113 has a boxing week sale as well but usually people go to sportmart/check to get something right away lol.
Lol or we have store called Sanction formerly known as Boardzone.
01-04-2009 12:47 AM
Jenzo
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Originally Posted by powderjet81 View Post
Check out ride EX bindings. On sale for $120 at dogfunk.

Nice basic bindings at a good price.
Hes probably Canadian if posting Sportmart.. Alternative 113 has a boxing week sale as well but usually people go to sportmart/check to get something right away lol.
01-04-2009 12:44 AM
Jenzo
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Originally Posted by BRAISKI View Post
I am gonna get another set of bindings for my new snowboard.

Not looking to spend much, I don't do tricks or jumps... yet but for now I will settle with the cheaper ones.

Any suggestions
Sportmart has inline skates, golf equipment, running shoes and other sporting goods
Sportmart has inline skates, golf equipment, running shoes and other sporting goods
Out of those 2 pages, in no particular order

K2 Sonic
Sims Carbine
Salomon Force

I can personally vouch for the Sims Carbine, I used em like 30-40 days last season, and they are still going strong this year into another 20 days or so on a friends board.
01-03-2009 11:55 PM
powderjet81 Check out ride EX bindings. On sale for $120 at dogfunk.

Nice basic bindings at a good price.
01-03-2009 10:26 PM
BRAISKI
Bindings

I am gonna get another set of bindings for my new snowboard.

Not looking to spend much, I don't do tricks or jumps... yet but for now I will settle with the cheaper ones.

Any suggestions
Sportmart has inline skates, golf equipment, running shoes and other sporting goods
Sportmart has inline skates, golf equipment, running shoes and other sporting goods

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