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xclay89x 08-16-2009 1:48 PM

I was riding alot in California until my family moved to Texas. Nothing against Texas it is just hard to snowboard in the flat West Texas snow. During the move my parents convinced me to sell my board and I could just get a new one after the move. Well it has been three years and I have been having to rent and hate it. I am planning on going alot more this season and want to buy another board. If anyone has a used or new board they are looking to sell for a considerable price please shoot me an email. <BR>Thanks Everyone, <BR>Clay

pucktowake 08-16-2009 6:06 PM

Check out the house board shop. You can prob get one for around 160 or so.

behindtheboat 08-17-2009 6:28 AM

watch brociety.com

xclay89x 08-17-2009 8:31 AM

Thanks dudes. I did not think I could get a great snowboard at such a good price.

shredhead 08-17-2009 8:42 AM

Do you have good boots? That's the most important piece of equipment. I would also try EVO gear. <BR><a href="http://www.evogear.com/default.aspx" target="_blank">http://www.evogear.com/default.aspx</a> <BR> <BR> <BR>New Mexico is fairly close, if you really want to go, GO!

wazzy 08-17-2009 10:20 AM

what kind of riding are you doing?

xclay89x 08-17-2009 10:35 PM

Brociety is awesome. My boots are vans encore. My friend switched to twin tips so he is giving me is Burton Cartel. I do mostly park riding, but I am not super big on hitting rails. I want to get a good all around board though. Yeah I am going to go to Angel Fire quite a bit now that I have friends to ride with.

jmuthafnp 08-18-2009 5:59 AM

Just throwing this out there in case you're interested. If you are looking for a SWEET board that will do it all and I mean all...(Park, Pipe, Rails, Deep Powder, Ice at the local hill..) check out the Split T from Technine (Directional Twin). I am not sure what your budget is, but you should be able to pick one up for fairly cheap and have a great all around board. I picked one up last year with bindings for like $300 and absolutely love it and have ridden all of the listed conditions on it. Only change I am going to make for this year is a new set of bindings. The T9 entry level bindings work and held up great, but I think I want to switch to a Flow or something. Just my .02, if you need more info, hit me up.

08-18-2009 8:24 AM

I have a Burton Hero that I am looking to sell. It's a 155. Last years model.

wazzy 08-18-2009 10:15 AM

>>I do mostly park riding, but I am not super big on hitting rails. I want to get a good all around board though.<< <BR> <BR>I would check out: <BR>Rome: Agent, MOD <BR>Nitro: Eero, Misfit <BR>Ride: DH, Society

bruizza 08-18-2009 8:24 PM

<a href="http://www.sierrasnowboard.com" target="_blank">www.sierrasnowboard.com</a> is one of the best sites/forums out there.

xclay89x 08-18-2009 9:26 PM

Ok sierrasnowboard is LEGIT. I just ordered the Forum Manuel. Thanks dudes.

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