|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|01-09-2014 07:40 PM|
|Alkasquawlik||$200-250 with bindings is a fair price for the setup, IMO.|
|01-09-2014 07:28 PM|
|sicksauce24||I currently ride a 2012 Rome Artifact Rocker 147, and that's the only board I've ever ridden. If I can get it for lower, let's say $150-200, is that a bit better for it?|
|01-09-2014 07:19 PM|
$300 for the board and bindings is a decent deal. Not a steal, but definitely not overpriced either.
The issue is that the board is a bit small for you, depending on your riding style and preferences.
|01-09-2014 07:17 PM|
If you want a board like that made by neversummer goto STATUS Snowboard Company
They only have one size left 149 for 100$ less 10% and add back shipping.
prob $100 buck.
The bindings you can buy last year model like union force for 130 on evo.
You should loose the guy as your friend trying to sell it that high.
|01-09-2014 07:15 PM|
|bseracka||Do you need an undersized park board? At your weight 147 is tiny. Plus it's overpriced IMO|
|01-09-2014 07:11 PM|
|Poop||no its not worth it in my opinion|
|01-09-2014 07:08 PM|
|24WERD||no, its not good. It should be like $100 depending on condition of board|
|01-09-2014 07:07 PM|
|sicksauce24||Side note: I'm about 5'5, 160lbs, with an 8-9 Men's boot.|
|01-09-2014 06:55 PM|
Is this a good deal?
Hey guys, my friend is switching to skiing and asked me if I wanted to buy his Never Summer Evo 147. It's a 2011, with not much wear on the board. The bindings on it are the Union Contact Pro bindings purchased at the same time of the board. If you were me, how much would you buy it for? He offered $300 for the board and bindings.
Thanks for the help!