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In a category of its own, the GNU Dirty Pillow BTX Snowboard is a progressive park powder freestyle board. The twin Banana design features a long, floaty tip and a tail with entry curves for high speed powder floatation in both directions. You get short banana contact underfoot for unbelievable hard-pack performance, and maneuverability in tight terrain with a clean, catch-free tip and tail shape. The Dirty Pillow rips the hardpack, park rails, cat tracks, ice, crud and everything else in between. The Dirty Pillow. . . a progressive park and parking lot rat's all terrain pow freestyle board. Nuff said!

Rocker Type:
Banana Technology (BTX) - All terrain rocker placed specifically where it belongs, between your feet, creates a nearly flat profile from outside the binding to tip and tail with full tip-to-tail edge contact when you stand on your board for all terrain performance. Banana tech is easy to ride, rips the hard pack and ice, kills the jibs, and floats the powder unbelievably.

Flex:
Flex Rating (1 Soft - 10 Stiff) - 6-6.5ish

Shape:
True Twin - Twin (equal length and equal width) tip and tails combined with a centered radial sidecut rides equally well in both directions with a focus on freestyle. Park, powder, pipe: perfect.

Core:
AG1 Sustainable Woodcore - A perfect combination of Aspen, ultra lightweight genetically altered wood core, and EISS 9

Laminates:
Quasi Glass - 4 way fiber orientation 0/45/45/90: Triaxial and biaxial glass combo provides max pop and control. Vectran liquid crystal polymer was developed as the fiber foundation for inter-planetary Mars lander tires and has 10 times the strength of titanium.

Base:
Double sintered

Edges:
Magne-Traction™ - This gives better edge hold and makes for an easier ride. Serrated edges cut into the snow like a knife giving you more edge hold and control than ever before. Magne-Traction™ features 7 strategically located and sized bumps along each side of your sidecut.

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Art by Tim Zimmerman

Included in the sale is a pair of 2012 Burton Restricted Malavita Re:Flex bindings size M. I got the bindings last season. They are rad!

There are Lib Tech Stomp Pads (9 small dark pyramids) that add extra protection so you don't slip off the chair lift. They work great! If you don't want them I'll take them off and you'll never know they were on the board.

I am asking $400.00 for the board and bindings, total. This package is offered at a great price. The board costs $495.95 new, the bindings were $259.99 new and the stomp pad was $17.00. The board does have some wear but it's been well cared for - I wax the base every time I go riding AND I only use DFunk wax, that is why the base has a gray-ish tint to it. If you don't know about DFunk wax - check it out, Doug makes the best wax on the market.

I will only accept cash and local (Seattle, WA) face to face sales are the only type of sale I will be making. Please feel free to ask me any questions about the board and I can take more pictures and send them to you if you like!

Thanks for reading my post!

-Steven


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So as with many others this time of year, you over value your used stuff...

The board can be bought for $299.97 BRAND NEW

and the bindings for $140.36

So for $40 more you can get a totally new set up exactly the same...

Oh, and you don't say how much it has been ridden etc, and the photos of the bindings and board are a little blurry so can't see details...

I think you are about $200-$250 too expensive, but good luck...
 

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I think you are about $200-$250 too expensive, but good luck...
You think that setup is worth $150 including both board and bindings? lol, you're fucking insane. He's overvaluing it, but you are severely undervaluing it.

List for $400, take anywhere from $300-350 for the setup.

OP, one of the better FS posts I've seen recently.. GLWS
 

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List for $400, take anywhere from $300-350 for the setup.
And yet you value it at over 2/3rds of the new price with a warranty...

I don't know who is more crazy, especially as you have NO idea how ragged the board is, and how many hard days it has had...!!!

60-100 days and the board is shot, so if the bloke rode 50 days, you are definitely overpriced...!!!
 

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Why waste your time telling him the board is overpriced? If it's overpriced then no one will buy it and he will lower the price. A board is worth what someone will pay, it's not likely but maybe someone will want to save $40 over getting it new.
 
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