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flugeryl


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"Runaway Snowboard" for sale
Date Posted: 08.24hrs on Thu 30 Dec 10
you got to laugh

[www.departmentofgoods.com]


flugeryl


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Re: "Runaway Snowboard" for sale
Date Posted: 08.26hrs on Thu 30 Dec 10
15yr old website

[userpages.monmouth.com]


flugeryl


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Re: "Runaway Snowboard" for sale
Date Posted: 08.28hrs on Thu 30 Dec 10
article from Damien Gay

[ezinearticles.com]


flugeryl


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Re: "Runaway Snowboard" for sale
Date Posted: 08.31hrs on Thu 30 Dec 10
a solution???

[www.skipatrol.org.au]


gaz5m


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Re: "Runaway Snowboard" for sale
Date Posted: 09.07hrs on Thu 30 Dec 10
flugeryl Wrote:
a solution???


Maybe for hire boards (which must be a fair percentage of any runaways) but I wouldn't put it anywhere near my own board. smiling smiley
SCOTTISH72


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Re: "Runaway Snowboard" for sale
Date Posted: 16.22hrs on Thu 30 Dec 10
Flugeryl, true, you do have to laugh at some of the utter bollocks in those first 2 links.

That 'solution', yeh, +1 for never putting anything like that near any of my boards.
flugeryl


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Re: "Runaway Snowboard" for sale
Date Posted: 10.51hrs on Fri 31 Dec 10
I think the website link gives a good insight into how snowboarding was perseived and the challenges we faced as snowboarders in the late nineties

has changed with some degree but not by all...

+2 to the brake shown, (would be good on hire boards, who are mainly rented by novices)
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