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Discussion in 'General' started by PowderPanda, Jul 10, 2020.

  1. PowderPanda

    PowderPanda Staff Member

    Location:
    Liberty Lake, WA
    Ok Folks, every year about September people run to me asking about killer deals for gear.
    That is NOT the time you'll find it. Now through August are the best deals you will see.
    For instance, you want to get into splitboarding, but just aren't fully sure... Here's a splitboard from The House website that is $324.95.. No, it isn't top shelf, but neither was the first splitboard I bought over a decade ago.
    That said, there are lots of deals popping up right now as sites get rid of their last year gear. New gear will not go on sale until usually after December. If it is the "hot" item, it will not be around by December or you're going to have to look real hard to find it.

    Don't say i didn't warn you... If you send me a message in September.. I'm going to send the link to this post back. LMBO :D

    https://www.the-house.com/9857chrtesb20zz-chamonix-splitboards.html
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  2. Bill A.

    Bill A.

    Location:
    Spokane, WA
    You just need to schedule this post to automagically get pushed back to the top every July 4th or so.
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  3. PowderPanda

    PowderPanda Staff Member

    Location:
    Liberty Lake, WA
    Hahaha... Right @Bill A. !!!
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  4. teledance

    teledance

    Location:
    N. ID
    Prefer March as the title to buy, spent an extra 50.0/ one August, because I hesitated in March, however just ordered new boards . Now I have to hope the lifts spin this winter.
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  5. PowderPanda

    PowderPanda Staff Member

    Location:
    Liberty Lake, WA
    This last March, yah for sure. Everything outdoors jumped up this summer, and it will get worse as the season progresses. Perfect example, you can't buy a high end Mtn Bike without waiting for a few weeks to get to you or the shop to be built. People are buying up everything.
    Now to note, ski manufacturing was not an "essential" business so companies are working hard at work building now. That said, they will most likely be reducing how much they build and raise prices.
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  6. teledance

    teledance

    Location:
    N. ID
    Ordered skis on Wed and they arrived that Friday, where's the snow going to fall this September I'm ready skis are mounted up.

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