The problem is that YOUR PARENTS are forking out the cash for snowboards, probably semi-expensive ones. In their eyes, especially if their not that into snowboarding themselves, they see absolutely no reason why to buy you another snowboard when you already have a perfectly good one. Noodleness, stiffness, dampening, rocker, it's all hocus-pocus to them. Try and put yourself into their shoes for a second.
Imagine you have a child and you just bought him a brand new $250 razor-scooter. 2 months later he tells you that razor scooter is only good for flats, he needs a badass tricked one as well for going down steep shit. After spending that much money on the first one, would you be that hip to buy the next one? I don't think so.
I suggest getting a part-time job and saving some money, and buying it yourself. Don't give in to the suburban-white-rich-kid Mantra, it just makes you look like a undeserving dousche
PowderHound and TreeNinja
Last edited by HoboMaster; 09-11-2010 at 11:47 AM.