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New boots arrived today. Last years XT 130s. Only took 6 days from Italy compared to the Edgie Wedgie that took 4 weeks from Ohio. My feet hurt just thinking of breaking them in.

New pow skis.  

Absolutely loved these Black Crow Camox Birdie’s. They are being mounted as we speak. Took@JFskiDan ‘s advice and got the Pivot look 12 bindings. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk

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2 hours ago, GrilledSteezeSandwich said:

I got new gloves.  Haestras don't fit me. Size 9 too small size 10 too big so got 9.5 Da Kines. 

 

I also bought lower body underarmor. First time in Nestors since last winter.  

You actually spent money!?!?

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The Tent sale came through for me. Got some new boots. Salamon XPro 80s Size 28.5. Red and Black. Tried on a bunch of boots and had a full blown boot fitting session in a hot soggy tent. I'm pretty stoked. Scored a sweet deal and I'm one step closer to doing the Pocono Shuffle on two planks. 

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38 minutes ago, Shadows said:

Bout time dude

ya, i actually took the time to do research and find brand new leftovers from 2 years ago online for like $95.  usually i just go to the shop, buy whatever the new model for the current season is and let my wallet take the hit.  this is literally the first snowboard product i have ever bought which isnt the current model year.

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9 minutes ago, antman12 said:

Nice! What’d you end up going with?

ride ex bindings like i have now.  i was 10 minutes from leaving my house to go to buckmans yesterday, when i realized id simply be buying this years 2019 bindings, but with a 20% discount.  $160 is way better than $200, but at the end of the day, binding technology doesnt change much year to year when i could buy a cheaper model from years past.  also, buckmans has a habit of selling a previous season's binding as if they are the current seasons binding.  i checked their site, and sure enough, they are selling 2018 ride bindings but acting like they are the 2019 models.  anyway, it was between 2017 EX bindings for $102 total, or 2018 EX bindings for $120 total.  i decided to save the $18 cause they are essentially identical bindings

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6 hours ago, theprogram4 said:

ride ex bindings like i have now.  i was 10 minutes from leaving my house to go to buckmans yesterday, when i realized id simply be buying this years 2019 bindings, but with a 20% discount.  $160 is way better than $200, but at the end of the day, binding technology doesnt change much year to year when i could buy a cheaper model from years past.  also, buckmans has a habit of selling a previous season's binding as if they are the current seasons binding.  i checked their site, and sure enough, they are selling 2018 ride bindings but acting like they are the 2019 models.  anyway, it was between 2017 EX bindings for $102 total, or 2018 EX bindings for $120 total.  i decided to save the $18 cause they are essentially identical bindings

Thats f***** up. Way to figure that out.

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Just completed my dirtbag alpine touring set-up at the Pico ski swap with a pair of cheap 2014 Dynastar Cham 97s that have never been mounted. Now I have skis,  frame bindings, climbing skins, and touring boots all for less than $600.  The whole set-up weighs about 50 pounds and the boots are too soft, but heck,  if there's a powder day I can ski from my front door.

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6 minutes ago, SallyCat said:

Just completed my dirtbag alpine touring set-up at the Pico ski swap with a pair of cheap 2014 Dynastar Cham 97s that have never been mounted. Now I have skis,  frame bindings, climbing skins, and touring boots all for less than $600.  The whole set-up weighs about 50 pounds and the boots are too soft, but heck,  if there's a powder day I can ski from my front door.

Are frame bindings different than alpine touring bindings??  50 pounds?  Did you weigh them. That sounds like about 20 pounds too heavy. 

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