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Place to buy snowboard in Munich

So basically I want to go buy a snowboard while in Germany, so where should i buy it? I know of Blue-tomato, but its pretty expensive, I also found a place called planet-sports, seems to be fine... Any other places i dont know of?
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Please tell me you are from Europe and not from the US.
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of course.
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Go to the Virus factory and buy directly from them!!!

Oh wait, you aren't asking what I'd do??? lol
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hm hm hm... not a bad idea... i was gonna get a k2 but maybe ill look into this "virus"
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hm hm hm... not a bad idea... i was gonna get a k2 but maybe ill look into this "virus"
Virus isn't cheap at all... Boards start at 750 Euro including VAT, however they're handbuilt and pretty decent boards if you're looking for a freeride or powder board. They don't have any park or all-mountain offerings.

They're based just outside Frankfurt...
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not quite what i was looking for. I think ill try planet sports, then if they dont have my board, might as well go to blue tomato
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I'm only ordering at blue tomate. Best one of the bigger shops. I can recommend that shop!
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Normally I buy my stuff at local shops. But since they only have recent models and I wanted to have cartain 11/12 bindings, I ordered them online. The shop is located in Hamburg, nice helpful guys Snowboards - Herren - Snowboard - Freeridershop
They have lots of boards on sale. Maybe you find what you're looking for.
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depends on which board you intend to buy. also you can get a board from neiborghood countries, for example, Arbor,
http://www.snowboard-shop.cz/index.p...hk=1&Itemid=64
shipping is not an issue in EU.

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