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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-09-2010, 07:01 PM Thread Starter
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Good board shop in Stowe or Burlington VT

I'm going to Stowe this week for a conference and I was wondering if there are any good board shops where I might find some cheap gear? I will be in Burlington for a few hours and Stowe for a few days. I'm looking for pants/jackets and new boots.

Any good shops that are worth looking at?
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Darkside was sick, i think they have a location in Stowe
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Darkside was sick, i think they have a location in Stowe
i was going to say the same thing. only been to the one at killy but i agree. sick shop.

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I found one about shopping in Stowe, it may can help you....

Shopping in Stowe | Ski & Snowboard Equipment & Clothing | Stowe Mountain Resort
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Well, Burlington is Burton-land, so you could always stop by the Burton Store at their headquarters. I dropped by recently, and found the staff pretty helpful and patient, and they still had a decent amount of 09-10 stuff on discount last time I was there (three weeks ago).
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Thanks for all the tips. I didn't end up getting to Burlington as I was in Stowe the whole time. Sadly Darkside shop was closed. I tried calling a few times but there was no answer. Bit of a shame really as I could see into their shop and the gear had a lot of good discounts on it!
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