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11-30-2012 08:16 PM
6ieks
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Originally Posted by cd21 View Post
At least you got a good price
euh, yeah!!! Maybe u don't like SW boards (i'm not a SW fan) but for that price its for sure a good start/deal, knowing its my first board i buy
My last board was a gift from mi brother! A Burton King 156 (2006) with Burton Cartel Gold bindings (limited edition/2006)! Now i'll put that in my museum, lol!
11-30-2012 04:36 PM
cd21
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Originally Posted by 6ieks View Post
Oké, thanks for the info!

I bought the TWC Standard 2012 for 150 euro at hotzone.tv, Austria. I think that's a bargain. Indeed, with that board i don't mind taking rails...

So my new setup for the winter is:

Board: Burton TWC Standard 157 '12 (150euro)
Binding: Burton Custom White '13 (165euro)


Sweet

Edit: as u can see, first it was 200euro for the board, but then...

First i ordered the Custom white 2012 (115euro) + the TWC standard (203euro). Then i got a mail from the shop that the custom 2012 was the last one and its broke. So they would give me a good deal when i take ather bindings.
so i ordered the Custom whit 2013 and asked what price they could give me.
Option 1: -20% dicount from 165 > 115 euro
Option2!: Full price for the bindings but 150 euro for the TWC Standard! o.O

Euh! a aditional 50 euroos less! Super stoked!!!
At least you got a good price
11-30-2012 11:35 AM
6ieks Oké, thanks for the info!

I bought the TWC Standard 2012 for 150 euro at hotzone.tv, Austria. I think that's a bargain. Indeed, with that board i don't mind taking rails...

So my new setup for the winter is:

Board: Burton TWC Standard 157 '12 (150euro)
Binding: Burton Custom White '13 (165euro)


Sweet

Edit: as u can see, first it was 200euro for the board, but then...

First i ordered the Custom white 2012 (115euro) + the TWC standard (203euro). Then i got a mail from the shop that the custom 2012 was the last one and its broke. So they would give me a good deal when i take ather bindings.
so i ordered the Custom whit 2013 and asked what price they could give me.
Option 1: -20% dicount from 165 > 132 euro (not 115!?)
Option2!: Full price for the bindings but 150 euro for the TWC Standard! o.O

Euh! a aditional 50 euroos less! Super stoked!!!
11-28-2012 06:57 PM
jdthai Also, due to the price, I won't mind banging it around on boxes and rails this winter, whereas I might be a bit hesitant to do with another board. Maybe I'll keep it around for a few years, for backyard rails and to lend to friends.
11-28-2012 06:01 PM
cd21
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Originally Posted by jdthai View Post
I've got last year's White Collection Board. The one you have in your avatar. It's a very forgiving board that's light and has lots of flex. Great board for a beginner cause the edges don't catch too easily, and it's easy to maneuver. Last year was my first year on a board, and that Burton really helped me gain my confidence for a low price. They are available here in Canada for around $200-$230 CAD (last year's model) and I recommend it for a beginner. I will likely be upgrading this year or next, but don't regret that purchase at all.
He said he was intermediate so I though that he wouldn't like it that much...BUT you make a good point
11-28-2012 03:28 PM
blz1 Personaly I would recommend getting a board you can grow into if you plan on really getting after it. Then again the rider makes the board, some1 like Terje would still kill it on that sw.... it probably wouldnt be his first choice though
11-28-2012 02:04 PM
jdthai I've got last year's White Collection Board. The one you have in your avatar. It's a very forgiving board that's light and has lots of flex. Great board for a beginner cause the edges don't catch too easily, and it's easy to maneuver. Last year was my first year on a board, and that Burton really helped me gain my confidence for a low price. They are available here in Canada for around $200-$230 CAD (last year's model) and I recommend it for a beginner. I will likely be upgrading this year or next, but don't regret that purchase at all.
11-28-2012 12:18 PM
Replay Shaun White.
In My Opinion.
Piece Of Shit.
11-28-2012 08:38 AM
6ieks
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Originally Posted by cd21 View Post
I like burton but I hate SW boards IMO their POS
Euh? SW, IMO and POS are?
11-27-2012 05:27 PM
cd21
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Originally Posted by 6ieks View Post
Is that a good board for a semi-intermedi like me? I like a bit of everything, snowpark, freeride, offpiste, ..

Good deal for 200euro?

Thanks in advance
Grtz
I like burton but I hate SW boards IMO their POS
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