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Unread 11-17-2008, 10:54 AM
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From Thursday 20 Nov @ Lidl.
B-Square snowboard was 149.99 now 69.99.
3 sizes 145cm / 45-80kg. 153cm / 50-85kg and 160cm for 60kg +.

Sounds like good value for the kids but the name is not cool.
also goggles,gloves,glasses,jackets+trousers and fleece stuff.
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Unread 11-17-2008, 12:13 PM
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  • Board approved according to DIN ISO 10598/2
  • Binding approved according to DIN ISO 14573
  • Binding strap reinforced with Cordura®
  • Anti-slip pad
  • Power strap
  • Adjustable binding and highback
  • Suitable for shoe sizes 38-46
  • Sandwich construction with aircel sidewalls
  • Pre assembled – ready for action
  • 3 sizes to choose from: 145cm, weight 4.2kg, 153cm weight 4.5kg & 160cm, weight 4.7kg
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I'd say for kids or beginners it would be okay. It doesn't say what level it is suitable for.

Their socks and fleeces are good value, and do the job well.
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Hi There guys i bought one of these boards 2 years ago and they are fine for a while but they are very stiff and not really suitable for free style . . . the only reason i got it was cash it was so cheap at the time and no other shops were selling boards that cheap but having said that if you are looking for a good board there are some good deals going on now-a-days it is a good first board and practise board but after that i would go up to burton or the likes of.
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Unread 03-11-2009, 07:06 AM
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what astimpson says is quite true, for your first snowboard you probably don't need anything special, either rent one or buy a cheap one (around €150) and that will make sure that you are not frightened about getting your €500 piece of equipment damaged / scraped , etc. Snowboarding is all about going at it, the worst that can happen is that you fall into some snow.
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Heard from a friend who got one, and said that they were of average quality.

He also said that if you are a real beginner then you are probably better off renting. You won't really gain anything from having your own board. If you are going to get any snowboard gear they you should start with boots, they will make a difference, as your foot will mould into the boot.
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