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Hi All Got FG plate for sale. Made in Italy. Modus operandi is the same as vist, however the design is much better and more lean, ie less screws. In my vist the front sockets where the plate slide around get destroyed when the plate is working properly. This got eliminated in the FG plate. Can mount in three possible ways: Floating front Floating back Floating front and back and utilize vist inserts Price is 250 eur plus shipping. PayPal FF
Hi! Cleaning out the garage... time to sell various equipment! Prices & descriptions listed below. All prices in USD and exclude shipping & related costs (shipped from Whistler, Canada). Preference is to sell board & plate as package - this equipment was designed to ride together, and this gives you a chance to save on shipping. I'll cut a deal for purchases of more than 1 item. Ryan Kessler 185cm GS Board - $300 + Shipping Board is from 2011, and saw regular use (10-30 days/season) from 2011-2013. Since then it's been stored safely. I was the only owner of this board. This snowboard was considered the baseline flex pattern used by Canada Snowboard at the time, and is the same profile as Jasey's 2010 board. Board has UPM/Apex inserts, as well as a 4-hole pattern under the topsheet. Kessler 162cm SL Board - $400 + Shipping Board is from 2012, and saw regular use (10-30 days/season) from 2012-2013. Since then it's been stored safely. I was the second owner of this board, having purchased it from Matt Morison in excellent condition (only a partial season of use from him). Board has UPM/Apex inserts, as well as a 4-hole pattern. Vist Plate - $200 + Shipping Selling a vist plate from 2010-2011ish? This is one of their older models that splits down the middle (fits in your carry-on!). I fitted this plate with different screws, so no need to undo your bindings and remove 10 screws just to check/tighten your plate, only to have to reverse the process and then mount your bindings again... Just drop an allen key through the top plate holes, and you can tighten/remove the whole plate as pictured. The most convenient vist plate you've ever used! I may also have some extra sliding & locking hardware, so I can potentially toss those in as well. Apex V1 and V2 plates - $100 & $150 + Shipping I have 2x original V1 plate (as used by Jasey and the Canadian team in the lead-up and years following the Vancouver Olympics), as well as 1x V2 plate (shorter nose). These plates go great with the listed boards. This V2 plate is made with a balsa wood core, which is a bit lighter and stiffer than their usual plates. One of the V1 plates has a small hairline crack behind where the front binding was mounted (regular stance). I'm including some Lexan plates (stiff plastic sheets) that help distribute pressure and will prevent any future cracks. Quick note here - I only have two sets of UPM hardware available, but Apex sells individual sets and adapters to other mounting systems (Allflex, 4x4).
For Sale: BOARDS - 2015 Kessler 180 (Previously owned by Caro Calve) - 2015 Kessler 180 (Previously owned by Caro Calve) - 2017 Kessler 162 PLATES - Medium flex Allflex plate - Apex T1 plate - Vist plate BOOTS - 2017 black UPZ RC10 (MP 28) Everything is located in Canada, buyer is responsible for shipping. For prices and more/better pictures pm me or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.
New to the hard booting arena. I just picked up an older Kessler metal top and know enough that I should be using something like the Catek binding spacers under my bindings. Problem is those are a rare commodity and as far as I can tell is that a vist plate would be an expensive alternative. I am not racing, just out having fun. Are there any alternatives to either of those choices?