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Wanted Complete Splitboard Set Up 158 to 161

Discussion in 'Gear Swap' started by Harry James, Jul 18, 2019.

  1. Harry James

    Harry James Hard Yards Ski Pass: Gold

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    Hey Frothers. Looking for a split board. Range from 158 to 161. Looking to get the whole kit if I can. Board, Bindings, Skins, Poles. I think that will do me. If you have one that you are looking to shift, let me know. Also, I have a load of gear I can swap if you want, but if not. Happy to part with cash!!!
     
  2. Belly

    Belly A Local Ski Pass: Gold

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    My 2c, you're looking at a pretty niche and slow market, but expanding nevertheless.
    As an indicator I've had 2 set-ups since 2004 :)

    Having said that, you could:
    - Offer a bit more info on your set-up that you want to swap for, maybe there is someone out there opposite to you in wanting to go shorter or longer
    - Call into Rhythm and/or reach out to @firstlight and see if they can sort something out for you (nsw focus sorry)

    Good luck with getting your new set-up, keep frothing :)
     
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  3. smackies

    smackies A Local

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    Join the Australian Backcountry and Splitboarders of Australia groups on facebook if you haven't already.

    Gear comes up pretty regularly.
     
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  4. Belly

    Belly A Local Ski Pass: Gold

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    Yeah I was going to mention FB as broadly aware of those groups but I'm not on FB :)
     
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  5. craighelo

    craighelo One of Us

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    There's been a few come up on the New Zealand, Wanaka and Queenstown ski touring FB pages recently if you are heading over this way
     
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    blowfin One of Us Ski Pass: Silver

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    Unless you can find a really good deal i'd pretty much recommend going for new kit.
    A lot of the second hand boards I see come up are overpriced, and you're probably getting a setup that's a couple of years old in terms of weight and tech.

    Have a think about what you'd be willing to pay for a new gear that's a season or two old, and then apply that to the second hand stuff you see out there, and consider it's undoubtedly got some form of wear and tear, even if it's only been used for a few days.
     
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    nezumi One of Us

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    This seems to be especially true for the price of second hand gear versus end-of-season sales.