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03-24-2014 08:49 PM
24WERD look at the Danny kass 155.

same profile slighty stiffer for the weight factor.

what size boot?

154 trs would be good in the park but not on the mt at ur weight.

depends on what type of resort you are at and conditions.
03-24-2014 08:23 PM
BFBF
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Originally Posted by Wombat23 View Post
Hi I'm looking at purchasing a libtech TRS c2 btx for my 1st snowboard looking to ride all mountain and park on it. I'm 5'10 190pounds.

What size should I opt for 154 or 157?

Cheers
Uh,
I'm 6'2 190 and I have a 162.
03-24-2014 08:22 PM
dsdavis I see in the main board section that there are LibTech boards at 20% off. I had looked in the Clearance section, and that's where there is a LibTech board (and only one) at 30% off.
03-24-2014 11:04 AM
SnowDogWax
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Originally Posted by dsdavis View Post
SnowDogWax, I just looked (albeit very briefly), and on the first page of Buckmans men's snowboard clearance section, there's a LibTech board for 30% off. Not sure if I'm missing something, regarding what you stated.

I'm also not clear on why BOGO is "25% off." Is that because of their retail markup?



Doug
NO your not my math skills are 50% off not bad…. Buckmans LibTech boards are at %20 off, just checked there web page…
03-24-2014 10:54 AM
dsdavis SnowDogWax, I just looked (albeit very briefly), and on the first page of Buckmans men's snowboard clearance section, there's a LibTech board for 30% off. Not sure if I'm missing something, regarding what you stated.

I'm also not clear on why BOGO is "25% off." Is that because of their retail markup?



Doug


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Originally Posted by SnowDogWax View Post
Buckmans LibTech is %20 off not %30 as is the case with the other most popular boards. Buy one get one free is %25 off hardly a sale +++ you have to buy two.
03-24-2014 08:42 AM
hightyme
70% off

You can get lucky with some retailers for great off-season sales.
Just picked up a 2013 Rome Butterknife off thinkempire.com
for $139.00 from $460.00.

For your sizing, check the manufacturer's board specs.
Gauge for your weight to be in the middle to heaviest possible for given size
(depending on preferred style of riding)
03-23-2014 03:21 PM
SnowDogWax
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Originally Posted by 24WERD View Post
I dont' think they can advertise 50% off online of they might get in trouble if the search engines catch it and have distribution cut off.

Thats where the promo codes come in and having to "add to cart" to see prices.

discounts also devalues the brand , that's why its hard to find 50% but it is possible. esp for the hard brands.

There are so many discounts out there that you should not jump at 30-40% which all companies have now. Some brands have restrictions that why they all go down the same time.
Agree with everything in this post, now I see where your first post makes sense we both bought on promo codes that exceed %50 by quite a bit. This forum has helped many to take advantage of promo code discounts!!!
03-23-2014 03:02 PM
24WERD I dont' think they can advertise 50% off online of they might get in trouble if the search engines catch it and have distribution cut off.

Thats where the promo codes come in and having to "add to cart" to see prices.

discounts also devalues the brand , that's why its hard to find 50% but it is possible. esp for the hard brands.

There are so many discounts out there that you should not jump at 30-40% which all companies have now. Some brands have restrictions that why they all go down the same time.
03-23-2014 08:07 AM
SnowDogWax
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Originally Posted by snowman55 View Post
I've seen most the sales 24WERD has posted.
I've scored some gear from some of the big sales he listed.

One thing I regret not pulling a trigger quickly on was the $99 DC PLY sale WM had last summer. By the time I decided to get it, they were all sold out. Like he posted, you have to look and move fast. Most of the good deals don't last long.
Look I ordered 4 boards the day buysnow had %50 off sale on Green Day. The $99 DC PLY is still not %90 off and %50 off LibTech, GNU, Jones, does not happen except special sales like Green Day at Ambush. Will grant 24WERD his %50 hell I bought Rossi boards Templar, Krypto for more than %50 off and got a LibTech Hot Knife for $289 special one day sale at Active Sports on Presidents Day.
03-23-2014 03:01 AM
snowman55
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Originally Posted by SnowDogWax View Post
Just simply post the link of the sale, as others have done. Until then
I've seen most the sales 24WERD has posted.
I've scored some gear from some of the big sales he listed.

One thing I regret not pulling a trigger quickly on was the $99 DC PLY sale WM had last summer. By the time I decided to get it, they were all sold out. Like he posted, you have to look and move fast. Most of the good deals don't last long.
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