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01-24-2011 04:12 PM
threej21 yea, it was pretty sweet...it was on ebay, and the auction was for a brand new 2010 kink...i won the auction for $175 + $20 shipping or something...after I paid for it, the seller emailed me and said he no longer had that board and gave me 3 options, a full refund, a 2010 dh, or a 2011 kink...I obviously took the kink..it came shrink wrapped with a price sticker on it for $359.99 !!! Was super stoked...couldnt of worked out better, especially cause I had already bought some barely used contrabands for $90 which are white and purple, and would of in no way matched my bright green 2010 kink...but the 2011 is black, purple, and blue...so again, awesome situation of gettin super lucky
01-24-2011 02:35 PM
JHerbC24 He finally decided on a Morrow board... I don't really know about Morrow boards... they seem alright are they decent??

and to threej21 u get a Kink or 175??? holy shit thts crazy.... thats a great board! amazing deal!
01-22-2011 12:17 PM
mrjimyjohn i didnt think of ebay but you should definetly hit that up if your on a budget. through my experiences though the best way to go is from local shops. 2 seasons ago i managed to talk the guy down from 450 to 250 for a rome board (dont remember what model)
01-22-2011 11:58 AM
threej21 Just as another idea of a way to go..you can piece a set up together through various internet sites, my fav being ebay, instead of buying a complete "setup" per say and still stay within your budget. I love ebay, and not just for used stuff, lots of great deals out there from small home ebay stores that just need to move some product. My wife and I just got into the sport coming from wakeboarding for many years, and i got us both set up for right at or under $450...
for myself, I scored a brand new 2011 Ride Kink for $175 (ebay), some barely used 2010 contrabands for $90 (ebay), and some brand new Ride Orion boots for $100 (ebay)..so that came out to $365 for a pretty bad ass setup
for the wife, i got her a Roxy Sugar board for $185 (ebay), some brand new 2010 Ride VxN's for $94 (from Ambush), and some brand new Roxy boots for $45 (ebay)..so that was like $325...

might take a little more time to piece it together with great deals, but you can do it, if your on a budget..just my .02
01-22-2011 11:44 AM
Nefarious Just saw your thread so I thought I'd give you another board option. Camp 7 is definitely on cheaper end of the spectrum but as someone who has one, I can say that they're not that bad. Cosmetically they aren't the prettiest boards. Instead of slab plys pressed together, it looks like a plastic mold on top of the base layer. I haven't dinged mine up yet, but I have a feeling the first time anything hits the top it will take damage fast.

As a camber board, it holds up well. It has pretty fantastic stability at speed and decent dampening. It's a cheap snowboard, for certain...but its a good starting point until your friend is sure he wants to drop $$ on something better. Just make sure to give it a good wax and it'll treat you right. I usually only have icepack to ride on around here, and it does well on that.

Camp Seven Contact 2010 Snowboard - Men's Snowboards - Snowboards - Snow
01-22-2011 10:59 AM
mrjimyjohn id say the fluxes. (friends dont let friends ride burton!)
01-21-2011 03:37 PM
JHerbC24 okay thats what I was thinking... So should he go with the missions? thats what I have and they are sick... but Fluxes have better reliability..
01-21-2011 03:29 PM
mrjimyjohn pretty solid setup exept for the t9 bindings there shit
01-21-2011 02:32 PM
JHerbC24
good setup?

So I'm getting my friend into snowboarding and he is looking to get some new bindings, boots, and a board. The only problem is he's working on a budget. Probably about 450 or lower. This is the setup he was looking at:

Best Prices on Atomic Pivot Snowboard 153 - Mens Snowboard Snowboarding Gear Equipment

Save on Burton Poacher Snowboard Boots Blue - Mens Snowboards Boot Snowboarding Gear Equipment

Save on Technine T Nine Snowboard Bindings White - Mens Snowboards Binding Snowboarding Gear Equipment

Is this a solid setup? I have heard that Atomic boards are good boards for a low price so thats why he decided to go with the Atomic rather than a cheaper Rossignol or something.
I was also thinking or the bindings some Burton missions or Flux Premiums.
And for the boots, they looked alright to me. Not the top of the line but they seemed good for the price. I was also thinking about some 32 Summit's because I have a pair of 32 Prospect's and I love them so I was thinking 32 was a pretty good brand.

Help me out and I'll greatly appreciate it!

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