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Free to collect: Scott Alturis 150 snowboard

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I think I got this board about year 2000. It's a mid level, traditional camber board, quite flexy but not a noodle. After a few years I upgraded to a stiffer board but with hindsight this was a great intermediate all-rounder and I'd have probably been fine sticking with it for longer than I did. probably done 4 to 6 weeks max on the snow over 3 or 4 years.

I'm doing a declutter ahead of a loft conversion, hoping to give it away to someone who'll enjoy it for a few more years. There is plenty of life left in it, would be great as a first upgrade from a rental board or a dry slope or rock board

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