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|07-18-2010 02:46 AM|
|JohnnyMcDildo||Check out my thread for an awesome set of 686 womens jacket and pants in Sz Small!|
|07-14-2010 09:48 PM|
|redsoxsgirl74||Okay well i also found a pair of eg.5 volt camo blue goggles that i really like too and that are cheap so im debating between the two. I'll PM you if i want the spy's|
|07-14-2010 05:50 PM|
Originally Posted by redsoxsgirl74 View Post
and the pictures are here For Sale Ebay - a set on Flickr
|07-14-2010 05:29 PM|
|redsoxsgirl74||Alright PMed you. Also people can post on here with board sets they have or they can PM me because I still didnt buy a board yet, like I said Im open to anything so just ask.|
|07-14-2010 04:13 PM|
|Sii315||i have a full set up that i used last year wen i first started up for graps. Only saw the mountain 3 times then i just stuck to ridding the park so i got my self a park board. P.M. ME IF INTERESTED selling it real cheap its just taking up room|
|07-14-2010 03:26 PM|
|redsoxsgirl74||Im interested in the blue spy goggles. Can you send me a picture or stock photo is fine or even a link to a photo. And what other gear do you have?|
|07-14-2010 02:39 PM|
Have several pairs of goggles up for sale. cheap I want to get rid of them so i can buy one pair for all my riding.
Blue Spy Targa's- never used $35
Tan Oakley A Frames- lightly used great shape- $55
White Electric EG1-S-$60 used once
Have some other stuff up too, sizing on that stuff is universal.
|07-14-2010 12:53 PM|
|redsoxsgirl74||Okay thank you for the snowboard recommendation, if anyone has a snowboard between 150 and 155 let me know. And okay i'll look up those gloves. You've been very helpful. And yeah I know that living in ny and liking the red sox isn't a great thing to do hahaha. But if anyone has any gear either pm me or post on here, I'm open to anything.|
|07-14-2010 01:42 AM|
im going to assume youre not quite sure what kind of riding you like to do yet so I would suggest getting an intermediate freestyle board. They are easier to handle especially when you start, more forgiving, and usually less expensive than freeride boards as well.
For gloves id recommend Level gloves, look up some leve fly or level butterfly. They have a built in wristguard and can really save you from some headaches later on.
If you havent gotten one already, a helmet would also be a good bet.
Anyone selling these things and willing to hook up redsoxsgirl....from ny (slight oxymoron)
|07-13-2010 06:44 PM|
okay cool...so what kind of boarding do u see ur self in take up ? lets start there
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