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|10-08-2012 10:39 AM|
Originally Posted by Chef Jer View Post
Flow Drifter. Dialed sidecuts that grip well and enough tech to warrant a $500 full retail deck. If you find last years you should be able to snag one for like $260. Look for the 156.
|10-08-2012 09:52 AM|
If your on a budget, theres a bond sale going on in November 8-12 at the International Center on Airport Rd, Toronto in Hall 4A. I plan on going there to get my gear and safety equipment this year as most of this smaple stuff will be up to 70% off! Helll yesss! It will have most brands as well...
If you need more info, you can find the sale under:
Snowboarding Forum - Snowboard Enthusiast Forums > Regional Forums > Regional Forums: Canada > Eastern Canada
And its under Another sample sale
Hope this helps!!!
EDIT: I bought my board, boots and bindings online this year at Wiredsport. Total for everything after taxes and customs was $370, only paid $15 in duties and the package took 1.5 weeks to get to Barrie. Maybe if Wired or Snow sees this thread they can help you out
|10-07-2012 07:24 PM|
Originally Posted by jjz View Post
|10-07-2012 07:13 PM|
Recommend Me a Snowboard
155 Pounds, 5''10', size 11.5 - 12 boot.
Very Good at riding Groomers (carving), and overall advanced snowboarder.
I spend about 10 percent of my time in the park, nothing too huge.
A little bit of jumping and jibbing.
Ride the worst snow and ice possible for 9/10 of the season. Ontario (East coast)
Have one week out west every year where i ride powder as much as i can
Last year i had a ride antic and loved it because it felt so good carving. Way better than the custom v rocker i used to have.
I basically need a board thats good on carving on hardpack, handling chop, Little bit of park and Hopefully some deep pow for one week.
I am going to the toronto ski swap next week as well as checking out sporting life and kijiji. Also, i would like to keep the prices on the budget side