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Figured we should start a good compendium.

Endeavor has quite a few boards on sale on their site for sub 300.


Base Mountain Sports. Party Wave for 300.


Base Mountain Sports. Reflex Cartels for 200. They have mediums.


Boardworks Tech Shop. Jones Flagship 158 for like 390 pre shipping. They also have some solid deals on bindings and splits.


Anyone else got good dealz. I'm kinda low key looking for a split haha.
 

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DCShoes.com has 30% off on everything sale. Including their snowboards, boots and clothing.
This is tempting but the one they had in the fall was way better. I might hold off for that one. Definitely interested in getting a boa boot setup for next season.... especially if the laces things continues to feel iffy. I hate retying my boots and not feeling like they're tight enough right when I start riding. Getting closer with time...but man would it be nice to just have boas.
 

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Boas have the same issue. It’s likely not the laces but the boot liner compressing from the time you lace up. I guess boa adjustment is slightly quicker, but not really when you factor in the time it takes to remove mittens and hike up your pants anyway.
 

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Im getting tempted by those DC boots, have tried Ride,32,Vans,Adidas, have yet to find "the one"

This is tempting but the one they had in the fall was way better. I might hold off for that one. Definitely interested in getting a boa boot setup for next season.... especially if the laces things continues to feel iffy. I hate retying my boots and not feeling like they're tight enough right when I start riding. Getting closer with time...but man would it be nice to just have boas.
Do it dude, Boas are where its at, you can even loosen them on the way up op once you start getting tired/sore, then retighten them right before coming down, its the shit!
Boas have the same issue. It’s likely not the laces but the boot liner compressing from the time you lace up. I guess boa adjustment is slightly quicker, but not really when you factor in the time it takes to remove mittens and hike up your pants anyway.
Not even close to being true, I can make micro adjustments on the boas while im starting down a run, no need to take off mittens.
 

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I owned a pair of pants at one point that had cutouts in the inner liner for the front boa dial. It would be great if pants manufacturers would start putting those in again, and maybe front and side as well.
 

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Im getting tempted by those DC boots, have tried Ride,32,Vans,Adidas, have yet to find "the one"


Do it dude, Boas are where its at, you can even loosen them on the way up op once you start getting tired/sore, then retighten them right before coming down, its the shit!

Not even close to being true, I can make micro adjustments on the boas while im starting down a run, no need to take off mittens.
You must be one of those hipsters with rolled up pants.
 

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@16gkid I really enjoyed DC T Rice boots as far as fit, response and comfort, but with how much I rode them they never lasted more than one season (liners and shells). I went through 3 pairs before I finally gave up. I still look longingly at them whenever they go on sale end-of-season, haha.

Burton Photon shells have been better, but their liners pack out quickly as well and the DCs were warmer. Vans Infuse were outstanding and very warm, but also very bulky and more feedback-cancelling.
 

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Salomon Super 8 (and all other Salomon gear) 50% off. Loads of other deep discounts as well.

 

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@16gkid I really enjoyed DC T Rice boots as far as fit, response and comfort, but with how much I rode them they never lasted more than one season (liners and shells). I went through 3 pairs before I finally gave up. I still look longingly at them whenever they go on sale end-of-season, haha.

Burton Photon shells have been better, but their liners pack out quickly as well and the DCs were warmer. Vans Infuse were outstanding and very warm, but also very bulky and more feedback-cancelling.
Fudgesicles, I ride about 50 days a year and I'm pretty hard on boots with carving, so I'm probably gonna end up in the same situation, I have vans verse now and heel hold is great, but I get crazy pain on top of of my foot after a while, maybe it means it's too skinny for me?
 

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They don't have an e-commerce site, but Tahoe Sports Hub, my favorite shop is running phone sales while offline. You can reach 'em at 530-582-4510.


They're 40% on most hard and soft goods, 20% on backcountry gear. They also have one of the most extensive collection of Japanese-style snow surf snowboards in North America.

They carry Capita, Elevated Surfcraft, Jones, K2, Karakoram, Lib, Moss Snowstick, Nitro, Now, Ride, Union, United Shapes, and Voile.
 

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@WigMar, there's a 160 big boy dc board in there haha.

Evo has some good deals on the TM3s and tm2xlts and even on the mullair. But if you're a size 8,you should buy the one in the classifieds that nivek is selling!

 

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@16gkid I really enjoyed DC T Rice boots as far as fit, response and comfort, but with how much I rode them they never lasted more than one season (liners and shells). I went through 3 pairs before I finally gave up. I still look longingly at them whenever they go on sale end-of-season, haha.

Burton Photon shells have been better, but their liners pack out quickly as well and the DCs were warmer. Vans Infuse were outstanding and very warm, but also very bulky and more feedback-cancelling.
When gear goes on sale, I've learned to stock up on an extra pair of boots that fit your feet and needs for comfortability. Boots are so crucial for the enjoyment of snowboarding!

The DC T Rice are the best-fitting boots I've ever had and it (only) took me 9 seasons to figure that out. Well worth it, especially if it's on sale.

I got a backup pair (half off!) from last season's model and good thing I did, because I packed out my first pair and started getting heel lift. The 1st pair was bought previous season and worn until midway this winter 2019-20.
 

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When gear goes on sale, I've learned to stock up on an extra pair of boots that fit your feet and needs for comfortability. Boots are so crucial for the enjoyment of snowboarding!

The DC T Rice are the best-fitting boots I've ever had and it (only) took me 9 seasons to figure that out. Well worth it, especially if it's on sale.

I got a backup pair (half off!) from last season's model and good thing I did, because I packed out my first pair and started getting heel lift. The 1st pair was bought previous season and worn until midway this winter 2019-20.
I've been waiting for some K2 wides to go on sale so I can try them out. Hoping the heel might be more narrow than the Salomon wides.

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When gear goes on sale, I've learned to stock up on an extra pair of boots that fit your feet and needs for comfortability. Boots are so crucial for the enjoyment of snowboarding!

The DC T Rice are the best-fitting boots I've ever had and it (only) took me 9 seasons to figure that out. Well worth it, especially if it's on sale.

I got a backup pair (half off!) from last season's model and good thing I did, because I packed out my first pair and started getting heel lift. The 1st pair was bought previous season and worn until midway this winter 2019-20.
I actually just ordered a second pair of Ride Triads on the cheap yesterday. Due to this corona virus I'm fully stocked up for next season....two new pairs of boots, new board, new bindings, new riding headphones and bunch of new outerwear. Pretty sure I'll end up with some more stuff since I'm guessing prices are going to plummet on the stuff thats left in physical shops.
 

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I should keep an eye out for a decent jacket actually... I've been cobbling together things that I've already owned or bought used.

Ended up with an awesome jacket but it's missing a hood and the pocket situation is totally whack. So... Yeah. Gonna need something again real soon. Will likely look through some pages for more 686 gear.
 
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