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11-01-2011 12:31 PM
BrysonM
Atl

Me and my buddy hit up rocky mountain and ole peter glenn a few weeks agao. They did not have alot set up yet at rocky moutain becaues they are still switching back to winter. From what I saw they only had 2012 product. They had some boards but other than that I didn't see much. At peter Glenn they were having a special if you buy a board you get the bindings cheaper or a discounted package type of thing. Not to many good sales yet i just use The House Burton Snowboards, Snowboard Boots, Bindings, Jackets, Pants, Clothing, K2, Ride, DC, Holden, Bonfire they have good deals on last years stuff usually.
10-09-2011 12:59 PM
Tarzanman I ended up finding a small, but decent last-season collection at Rocky Mountain Ski here in Atlanta. I got there before they had officially switched the store over from their other products to snow/ski (Temperatures are still in the 70's and 80's here in Atlanta). Most of the boards there were 40% off MSRP (which is the typical discount for last season's stuff).

Unfortunately, no one has the bindings I want in stock from last season, so I might have to hit up ebay instead.
10-07-2011 02:10 PM
BarrettDSP With Southwest coming to Atlanta you will be getting that direct flight to Denver that for me out of Nashville is pretty cheap plus 2 free bags.

I live over in North Alabama and just order mine from The-House.com. They normally have some type of sale going on, provide great customer service and the prices are pretty good.
10-07-2011 10:35 AM
Tarzanman
Where to find discount snowboards in Atlanta

So, Atlanta is one of the worst spots to live in for snow sports *except* that our city hosts the busiest airport in the entire world (meaning that better terrain is a plane flight away if you can afford the airline ticket).

Peter Glenn used to host yearly sales where they sold off old stock for like 60% off, but that practice seems to be coming to an end (the sale this year is slim pickings indeed).

Has anyone hit up Ambush Board Co or Rocky Mountain Ski yet to see if they have any overstock for cheap? I'd like to replace my 164 Flow Merc and heavy bindings with something nicer.

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