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Snowboarding gear ultimate thread. 2014.
My intentions are to find the gear that almost everyone can agree are the best bang for the buck
I think that the main questions that beginners ask on this forum, or search on the internet is : "What gear should I get ?"
There are reviews all over the internet, but not a consolidated one.
Another problem I see is that people usually come from different genres and price ranges.
with that said, I hope to make an "ultimate thread" for everyone. "best" gear changes every year, so this will probably be accurate by the year.
Please comment with what you think should be added !
Help everyone save time.
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Goggles: ( + votes)
Electric EG2.5 Goggles (2013). Personally, I bought them for around 53.00. Brand new on eBay! ( +2)
Smith I/O Goggles. price ( _ _. _ _) . (+2)
15k/15k ( waterproof/breath-ability)+ recommended
- shell ( if people have a preference of layering / what not ) .
Sites to check:
Comment with what you think should be added, and a regular price point so that people can know what a good deal is when they see one !
I've read along some forums, and from what I heard or read, many people heavily vouch for unionbindings. as for price point, I cannot say what is average or cheap. I hope someone can chime in on this
"Snowboarding shoes"? Really? :rolleyes:
Pointless endeavor. All gear is personal preference + sales/discounts/getting last season's for cheap, etc all factor in.
I can see that Snowboarding shoes are personal preference, but for what it's worth, I believe jackets, shells, pants, boards, and bindings are pretty different across the board when it comes to what's top notch, what's economical.
If it is a common opinion that this is a pointless thread, I won't pursue to add on to this.
I was more commenting on your calling them "snowboarding shoes" when everybody else calls them boots :giggle:
Yeah, sorry but I'm not sure you'll get very far. For what it's worth, I love my Smith I/OS goggles, but they're considered to be quite pricey by others.
All my gear I use regularly.
Helmet: Dont wear one
Goggles: Smith IOX (many lenses)
- shell: Columbia Peak2Peak, Arcteryx Alpha SV, EMS Helix Anorak
- jacket: Volcom Lando TDS
Snowboarding pants: Patagonia Snowshot, Patagonia Powslayer bibs
Snowboarding Boots: Salomon Malamute
Snowboard: 164 Rossignol Krypto DIY Splitboard, 163 Salomon Sick Stick, 160 Never Summer Proto Hd, 160 Lib Tech Mullet
Bindings: Voile Splitboard Bindings, NOW Drive, Union Contact Pro, Ride SPI
Basically starting a quiver thread without pics?
Helmet- smith HOLT
Electric EG2.5 Goggles- 3 diff lenses
686 Plexus Pinnacle 3 Ply Boa Shell Snowboard Jacket
686 Plexus Plasma Mens Snowboard Pants
Burton Cartel EST Snowboard Bindings 2012
Burton Grail boots
& I just picked up the Burton wide Flying V
Its pointless and riddled with a basic flaw of presumed common environment...
The ultimate gear...would presume some common or a limited set of parameters...
however...snowboarding takes place in different environments/climates/snow conditions/terrain. Thus the ultimate for Baker is different than the ultimate for Alpine Valley verses Park City verses Valdez.
But one could still make generalizations that having boots, bindings, snowboard, goggles, jacket and pants and helmet would be the necessary and required if one was to snowboard...and in general that would be the ultimate gear.
Basically the most economical and best performing stuff for 2014 is the gear leftover from 2013 you can get at a huge discount.
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