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Old 12-28-2012, 04:07 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Wiredsport.com because they're on here and are actually helpful to people and provide unparalleled customer service AND they ARE a local shop here in Portland.
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Wiredsport.com because they're on here and are actually helpful to people and provide unparalleled customer service AND they ARE a local shop here in Portland.
I haven't ordered anything from Wiredsport yet, but I will give them a plus one. They have been a huge help to members on this site and are legit.
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Old 12-28-2012, 07:43 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Think this is the right section to ask..

What's your favorite online retailer for snowboard gooooods. I picked up some extra cash from Santa and was searching around for a decent shop.

I saw:

Evo
The House
of course Amazon
Snowboards dot com

Where do you guys get your gear?
Dogfunk and evo mainly

The house has a great outlet shop if ur on a pinch...mostly a season to two seasons ago....

Djsboardshop is pretty cool just ordered a few things there and it was a good price great cust service and no issue with a simple return...will shop there again

Rei.com and their stores....theyre a co-op and have a great membership for a lifetime for $20 and u get dibs and invites to buy new and used gear 1st w 20% off and trading in old stuff w extra discounts....other than that some of their stuff is pricey compared to the rest listed

Snowboards.com
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Wiredsport.com because they're on here and are actually helpful to people and provide unparalleled customer service AND they ARE a local shop here in Portland.
I can't believe that I left them out. I've never ordered from them, but they're solid. They even let me demo a board for free last season. Paid for the shipping too.

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the-house.com usually has some pretty good prices. stay away from o2gearshop. made the mistake of ordering from them and it took almost an entire month for my bag to arrive, but they charged me immediately
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I use evo, and Sierra trading post.
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Old 12-30-2012, 12:04 AM   #17 (permalink)
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I buyed most of my gear from Dogfunk, excellent store! I recommend:

Dogfunk
Evo
Tactics
Solsticesupply (outlet with good prices)
The House
Eternalsnow

Other good sites but not in my experience:

Backcountry
REI
Whiskymilitia
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Me and friends have bought from wiredsport.com and they are great. I always check them first.
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Old 12-30-2012, 08:28 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Me and friends have bought from wiredsport.com and they are great. I always check them first.
not to mention they give away a bunch of snowboards for free every year on this site and other venues.

wiredsport.com - STOKED!!
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not to mention they give away a bunch of snowboards for free every year on this site and other venues.

wiredsport.com - STOKED!!
lol classic wiredsport ending, they are STOKED a lot of the time. Doesn't matter if they get the sale or not they are STOKED. I have bought from other places as well but it is hard not to appreciate all the effort they put in to put people on boards that they don't carry.


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