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12-10-2012 05:47 PM
zk0ot LOCAL!!!! there.
12-10-2012 05:41 PM
charles_r_cox I shop a lot at Also check out nice thing about them is no tax, and free shipping on orders over $50 (they do have a limited selection).
12-10-2012 04:31 PM
PA n8 At least for equipment it would probably be smart to rent right now. At the end of the season is the best time to buy. Last year with the crappy weather and short season I was able to buy some stuff midseason cheap.
12-10-2012 11:45 AM
paul I've had good luck with Snowboards | Skateboards | Snowboard Gear & Clothing | Burton, DC, Volcom & More Brands, if you use the chat they may give you additional deals / discounts / packages / free ship etc...

they have the best return policy - use it, don't like it, return it; no questions asked. even boards.

Ski, Snowboard, Wakeboard, Skateboard & the Freshest Clothes | evo is another I frequent online,

as well as Eternal | Snowboard Gear Boots Bindings Pants Jackets Skate Shoes
12-09-2012 01:28 PM
tonyisnowhere Has anyone said Gear Trade . com you can buy from backcountry on there. It is usually slightly used or returned gear.
12-09-2012 01:01 PM
Originally Posted by MeanJoe View Post
First of all, if you have the option support you local shop.
/\ I agree with this sometimes when outfitting an entire set up, gear and clothes they can discount you in addition to the sale price.

I have had luck with EVO and Dogfunk and one year I ended up buying a board at a super price at a Labor Day sale on-line odd time of year but they advertised a Huge Labor Day Sale and I got a board like 75% off. Yes it was previous season but was a steal as I said.

I truly try to buy all my gear from my local guy and he will even do special order and call manufactures directly to get me something and he comes through 95% of the time.
12-09-2012 11:01 AM
aloutris Locations To Buy New and Used Sporting Goods and Fitness Equipment | Play It Again Sports

Play it again sports has used and new equipment for the cheapest prices ever! I think you can only buy in-store but maybe there's a location near you... I got brand-new Burton boots for $50 and a snowboard w/ bindings for $250 but there were a bunch of legit snowboard binding combos for about $100 and they had some children's snowboards and bindings for $26 (and they were actual all-mountain snowboards not the plastic ones that you use on sled hills)
11-25-2012 09:33 PM
tony477g Or these as well

11-25-2012 06:22 PM
tony477g Went to vegas at powder and sun and they helped me out quite a bit, told me to just rent a board for now and spend the money I would have spent on the board on lessons. I did buy snowboard boots Orion Boots | All Mountain | Ride Snowboards 2012-2013 I think theyre the 2012 model though cause he gave me 30% off.

One question though are these snowboarding pants? Would these be a good deal
Oakley Flare Pant available online at Oakley Vault

or these

Oakley Chief Pants available online at Oakley Vault
11-21-2012 07:07 AM
wrathfuldeity There is no 1 place that is the cheapest/best to buy EVERYTHING. Friends, local shop, craigslist, ebay, evo, rei, geartrade, backcountry. Make a list of stuff, pull the trigger at the desired price and repeat. I've bought a ton of bc/splitty stuff this year and have gotten some great deals (including free) and average deals though none for full msrp.
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