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*SOLD* 175 Thirst Super Conductor 7.1 WARP - $800


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I am selling a new, never used 2019 Thirst Superconductor 7.1 WARP.

175cm length
19.0cm waist width
H35/41.75 389 U4 4DR
Stance spread 52cm
LFF .291

Specific questions are best answered by Mark (from Thirst boards) himself @ 208-929-2285
Serial # 11MAR19 0056

Sun Surface topsheet.

Asking $800 OBO
I have other items for sale and am willing to bundle. PM for Details

Stored indoors with care in it's "baby blanket" shipping sleeve.

text: 307-349-8630
email: forrest.sawyer7@gmail.com

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What rider weight was the board designed for?

What is the distance between the outermost binding inserts?

If it wasn't that shipping to New Zealand would be a complicated sale for you I'd be seriously interested if the answers to the first 2 questions suited me.

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6 hours ago, SunSurfer said:

What rider weight was the board designed for?

What is the distance between the outermost binding inserts?

If it wasn't that shipping to New Zealand would be a complicated sale for you I'd be seriously interested if the answers to the first 2 questions suited me.

Designed for 195 - 210lbs I believe (88 - 95 kg)
Stance width is 52cm

Hope this help!
I can look into shipping that far, but who knows in this world we live in today.

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Mark provided extra details that suggest this board would be a great fit for me via a PM.

I would like to buy the board. Shipping is obviously extra and likely to be eye watering but I'd face that with any board shipped from the USA. No need for shipping to be super fast. Total payment via PayPal OK?

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https://forums.alpinesnowboarder.com/topic/47721-thrist-superconductor-vs-kessler-168/?do=findComment&comment=487226

Been Thirsty since 14th Feb 2019. I KNOW what is coming my way!😎

Have made peace with the fact that it won't be here before I head away to the snow in the South Island in 9 days time. I have a Coiler and Kessler to keep me company (plus a Riot & RadAir).

To land a Thirst direct from Mark in NZ is a long way over NZ$2000 once the NZ to US conversion kicks in (NZ$1 = US$0.66) after freight charges are added, and then 15% duty paid on entry into NZ for that total. I had been seriously contemplating ordering a Superconductor for 2021 delivery in the days before this board came up.

 

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  • 4 weeks later...

I picked up the board about 30 minutes ago from where it had been safely delivered while I was away on a snowboarding holiday.
Well packaged, it is in perfect condion, clearly unused as described, and no shipping damage.
Communication with forf.dawg was excellent. Many thanks, in particular for being willing to go the extra mile to arrange delivery to New Zealand.
My thanks also to Mark @ Thirst for detailed information about the boards specs and suitability for me.
It's been tucked safely away until next winter when, unless someone has prised it out of my cold dead hands, it will be ridden!

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