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had mine jacked fing sucks!!

i use dakine key lock but im goin to go kryptonite from now on


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How long of a kryptonite lock should i get for 2 boards?
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To hell with locks, I don't let my shit leave my sight.
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I know Revolution boards have a registered chip in them so if located the police can trace the owner.

From their website
"Cooperation of Law Enforcement is a key element in the TR5 theft recovery system. Revolution has enlisted the aid of the California State 2nd Hand Dealer Investigators Association (CSDIA) and the National Association of Property Recovery Investigators (NAPRI) in the design of TR5 theft recovery Internet Database. Law Enforcement officials are able to access a special section of the recovery systems website to recover details about reported stolen snowboards ONLY at the request of a customer. No other access to Revolution’s recovery database is permitted to law enforcement or any other entity under any circumstances."

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I don't often stop snowboarding for a piss break so i just put my board in my car when I have to eat or something. My boards will never get stolen that way. Short walk to the car is no big deal. I wouldn't do that at a big resort though, but it's perfect at my local mountains.
Until they take a center punch to your window:



No noise and no glass in 10 seconds and no board in 15 seconds even in a fairly crowded lot, you won't hear the window break.

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I don't often stop snowboarding for a piss break so i just put my board in my car when I have to eat or something. My boards will never get stolen that way. Short walk to the car is no big deal. I wouldn't do that at a big resort though, but it's perfect at my local mountains.
Until they take a center punch to your window:



No noise and no glass in 10 seconds and no board in 15 seconds even in a fairly crowded lot, you won't hear the window break.

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To hell with locks, I don't let my shit leave my sight.
How about do both? It only takes a few second to steal an unlocked board. Even though my setup is not that expensive, I will lock it, watch it, and do whatever it takes to keep it away from scumbags.
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Glue a TWIG to your board..... That'll fuck em!!!

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