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Hi,

I really want a Burton custom. I also want a camber. I've been riding some trash flat board I got for real cheap but I feel it's time to step up. I live on the east coast, and I can do blue's fairly comfortable and diamonds with some ease/difficulty at times. Anyhow I found this Burton custom online for 225 used, it's a 2016 I believe, and I want you all to let me know if this is a solid deal or not. I think it is, but I'd like to get some opinions.
 

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This is a 2014 Custom 58 for $US225. A new '22 Custom is $US629.95 RRP. So this board is running at 36% of the new price.
This board has been a beaten around a little and looks like it hasn't been kept in a board bag. The top sheet has a fair few scratches and edge chips. In the end a board is really worth how much someone pays for it whilst also priced alongside the cost of rentals. The Custom is a brilliant AM full cambered moderately stiff board.

I recently grabbed a new delivered '22 Custom on the EOS sales down here in Australia for $US398 thanks to Covid shutting down the Mountains for most of Winter.
Ok I negotiated it to about 175. Worth it?
 

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If the base is okay as from the pics it looks reasonable. You can polish up top sheet and it might hide a few of the scratches however I'm not that knowledgeable with US 2nd hand prices. I worked it out and it's $Au225 so that's a pretty good price for a 2nd hand '14 Custom.
Ok got it. And will my regular Burton mission bindings with 4 holes work on the EST board?
 
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