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04-29-2009 05:15 PM
Flick Montana
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Originally Posted by rodal126 View Post
why does snowboarding gear do not retain any of its value? granted I come from a photography background and don't know much of resale value of snowboarding gear. I could sell any one of my lenses for 80-85% of what I paid for it.
Because it loses integrity over time. A lens does not get worse with every exposure. Boards wear down with use. Especially park boards. They get chips and dings and dents. Boots pack out and won't fit other people so they hold no value. Bindings hold their value fairly well, but those are price point bindings and you'd be hard pressed to sell them.
04-29-2009 04:15 PM
rodal126
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Originally Posted by ScBlack View Post
Only true if you got L lens or equivalent...crappy kit lens wil not worth 80-85%
True. I got 5 Canon L's.
04-29-2009 04:11 PM
ScBlack
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Originally Posted by rodal126 View Post
why does snowboarding gear do not retain any of its value? granted I come from a photography background and don't know much of resale value of snowboarding gear. I could sell any one of my lenses for 80-85% of what I paid for it.
Only true if you got L lens or equivalent...crappy kit lens wil not worth 80-85%
04-29-2009 03:58 PM
rodal126 why does snowboarding gear do not retain any of its value? granted I come from a photography background and don't know much of resale value of snowboarding gear. I could sell any one of my lenses for 80-85% of what I paid for it.
04-29-2009 01:40 AM
Flick Montana Boots and bindings are worth zilch. The board would make a nice bench.
04-29-2009 01:34 AM
m_jel boots and bindings are worth nothing, board you could get anywhere between $50-$150 depending on who you sell it to and how much they know
04-28-2009 07:54 PM
return2heaven donate it to charity for some good karma!
04-28-2009 07:40 PM
Enigmatic lol well I think you could dupe someone into it for $100 flat. For example, if you have a yard sale and you post the board out with the boots in the bindings and a sign that says "ONLY $100 FOR THIS COMPLETE SET UP" I think you'll get a quick buyer (at least thats true here in LA)

if your selling online I'd say you could use better pics too.
04-28-2009 07:37 PM
Method Son of a monkey! focus button that shit!, it's like looking through someones reading glasses.
04-28-2009 07:02 PM
BurtonAvenger 25 bucks and yes I'm serious.
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