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Toomeyct 01-31-2013 12:19 PM

Help Me Buy Something I don't Need!!!
Now since I'm sure most of us on this forum are all gear whores, I thought this would be a fun topic.

I'm in the mood to buy something snowboard related. I don't really NEED anything but I'm just in that mood to gear whore it up.

My current gear:

NS Heritage X
NS Revolver
Ride Crush

Ride Capo
Ride Rodeo
Burton Cartel Regional Love

Edit Boots (hate you guys):
Salomon Synapse
Burton Ruler

2x Electric Eg2
Smith Variant Brim
Various Gloves and mittens
Various pants and jackets
Various other neck gaiters and things like that

Ok now with that out of the way, lets try to think of something to buy to compliment my gear that I have now or to add something that I am just missing and don't even know about.

Now before people come in with "just get out there and ride", I do. Every weekend, I would love to be hitting the powder right now in Vail but I'm at work and I'm bored.

So lets do this.

ttccnn 01-31-2013 12:37 PM

I also dont need anything, but on my way home last night, I stop by soho to pick up a customized oakley airbrake..... and order a sale camelbak snoblast in EMS.....

BTW bro, you forgot to list your boots lol

JeffreyCH 01-31-2013 12:37 PM

I guess since none are listed... I would say buy some boots :blink: :laugh:

Sassicaia 01-31-2013 01:27 PM

I consider myself a master, ney, legend when it comes to buying things I dont need. Looking at your gear I see a multitude of holes.

Id look at the following:

-Ditch your "various gloves" and get a pair of hestra gloves for warmer weather, and a pair of hestra mits when it gets cooler. The mobility is second to none.

-Get some NOW IPO bindings

-Ditch your various pants/jackets and get a top of line goretex or equivalent shell with marino base layers.

- go pro or contour

Not knowing how serious you are about what you're willing to drop, but if you are over the age of 25, and even somewhat a self respecting man then skip the snowbaord gear and get yourself a proper horological piece. Skip over over marketed "pretty" brands with cheap pedestrian movements inside like TAG, Panari or Bell and Ross and jump into something worthy of handing down to your male off spring like a Patek, Lange, Vacheron or Glaschutte. While not technically snowboarding gear you should have one none the less even while boarding.

mhaas 01-31-2013 02:03 PM

A helicopter

redlude97 01-31-2013 02:13 PM

I don't see any waxing/tuning gear on that list

wrathfuldeity 01-31-2013 02:46 PM

snow bunny costume or a snowbunny

BoardWalk 01-31-2013 02:58 PM

Crack whore...see BA for references.

Lamps 01-31-2013 03:07 PM

gopro or contour
wheelie board bag for trips
weekend trip someplace cool
burton Nug
Snow surfer, ie board without bindings
Oakly Airbrake goggles
Cool sunglasses for spring days - oakley custom with your initials engraved in the lens

longboardsrule 01-31-2013 03:10 PM

Collapsable Poles
Avy Gear

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