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deejay 05-16-2011 01:22 AM

Shipping cost of your boards when you ordered?
wasup people, just wanted to ask this question. if you bought a snowboard off then internet, how much was your shipping cost? i paid $80.00 for my NS board, is that about right or is that alot?

BurtonAvenger 05-16-2011 01:32 AM

Costs have risen but that seems like a lot. Depends on where you're shipping to and from.

deejay 05-16-2011 01:42 AM

Utah to denver. just checked the website and it even says free shipping with orders over $75. don't know if it had something to do with NS sending them the order or what cuz i originally ordered it off the NS website and then the other store sends me a email about how they got my order from NS and after that i checked my checking account and they charged about $80.

Inky 05-16-2011 02:25 AM

US132$ Salt Lake City to New Zealand for a 151 with no bindings.
80$ for Utah to Denver seems like a lot.

fattrav 05-16-2011 03:59 AM


Originally Posted by Inky (Post 401780)
US132$ Salt Lake City to New Zealand for a 151 with no bindings.
80$ for Utah to Denver seems like a lot.

Yeah man, someones getting jammed right there.

USA-NZ shipping is a crock :(

BurtonAvenger 05-16-2011 09:07 AM

I hope they used lube cause you just got ass raped. Last time I shipped a board from Breckenridge to SLC it was 28 bucks.

JeffreyCH 05-16-2011 10:10 AM

Sounds fishy to me, correct me if I'm wrong but isn't NS factory in Denver? If you ordered it off thier site, why would it be coming from Utah?

deejay 05-16-2011 10:32 AM

hahaha, no lube for sure. NS is in denver but don't know why they sent my order to UT. one of my friend says that NS wants to support there distributor's so thats why they don't ship anything from there warehouse. didn't think that was true intil i bought one and they had the store in UT send it to me instead.

killclimbz 05-16-2011 10:54 AM

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They actually don't sell very many boards out of their factory. If any really. Their splitboards were the made to order thing at the factory this year. Next season splitboards will be at their retailers. They certainly don't keep boards in stock to sell on their website.

Anyway, Neversummer keeps track of their dealer inventories. When you order through their website, they get the stuff from the nearest dealer in their network who has the goods you want. Sounds like Salt Lake was the spot for this one.

It's actually a pretty sweet thing that they do this. Shipping costs for you aside...

deejay 05-16-2011 11:40 AM

all in all, i aint mad about it, its more suprising but what can i do. this board was a birthday gift for someone cuz if it wasn't then i probably would of returned it instead. all i can say is i bought me a libtech banana magic and it was 200 dollars cheaper then the NS sl board that i bought. thanks for the feedback people

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