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Staff Picks – Jin’s Bargain Snowboard Setup

This setup features gear from previous seasons that is currently in-stock at This package can be purchased for $500!

The package above includes a Rome Factory Rocker Snowboard ($240), Burton Rampant Boots ($120) and Burton Mission Bindings ($140).

The Rome Factory Rocker Snowboard is consistently on many ‘Best Value’ lists. Even at an MSRP of $340, it’s probably the lowest priced ‘hybrid’ snowboard on the market (one that features a combination of camber underfoot and overall rocker shape). When it’s on sale, it’s an even better deal.

I miss my Burton Rampant Boots. If I didn’t have an opportunity to try multiple pairs of boots each season, I would probably wear my Rampants as my primary pair. They’re the lightest pair I’ve worn, and I love that they’re comfortable whether they’re tied tight, or worn loose. These have a great combination of features, especially for their relatively low MSRP of $200. I’m not someone who wants too many bells and whistles in my boots, so these basic lace-ups with a solid Imprint liner are perfect for me.

Again, I’m going to show my plastic binding bias here, but at $140, the Burton Mission bindings offer many features that were once reserved for Burton’s top of the line bindings in previous seasons.

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