Calling that nearly new is a heckuva stretch!Nobody wants a nearly new Pyre for less than what they cost during the summer??
Ah balls. I was wondering if that's the one that got whacked in the woods.Just broke mine. Tempted...
If I post something as 'nearly new' and it's got marks like that on the base, I would certainly expect forum members to comment. I'm not saying it's a bad deal or it's in bad condition, but if you'd look at a board like that for sale and say it looks 'nearly new' then... come on.what a shitty comment. I’ll be sure to comment on your sales threads even though I have no intent to buy. I rode it two half days the first being opening week.
Yes my snowboard is basically a Bugatti you get it.I'm not a good guy or a bad guy. I'm just a dude that knows that words have meanings which is seemingly lost on some folks.
But also see here. Nearly new Bugatti for sale!
Tracy Morgan gets in a crash right after buying a $2 million Bugatti | CNN
I mean it was just bought that day so it's nearly new right?
Yup. Issue was only with the wording. Rest of the listing was solid. Someone got a great board.I mean to be fair, if I bought something in “nearly new condition”, and it had visible scratches that extend all the way through and dinged up the edge, I’d be a little irritated.
That being said you included close up picture so it’s not like you’re being deceiving, if it was a 160 it would have been in the mail to my house already.