Hey NS! I have some more stuff up for sale!!! Rules are as follows!
DONT LOWBALL ME... I WILL TAKE THE FIRST REASONABLE OFFER...
DONT BACK OUT... IF YOU COMMIT YOU COMMIT...
Thats it now happy buying :)
Custom Under Armour Jacket Size 2xl 9.5/10 Condition...
This was bought brand new off of Justin Dorey... It is custom colors.. You cannot buy this jacket from anywhere from my understanding.. The only other person I have seen with this same colorway was Bobby Brown at Breckenridge Dew Tour training in 2011... It is in great condition! The DWR coating is still in tact for the most part and there are no tears rips or stains! Plus it looks sexy as fuck... that grey is what you want...
Under Armour Flow Field Pants in Red 2XL 9/10 Condition...
The only reason for 9/10 is for a few minor rips in the cuffs... The DWR is in tact very much so and there are no other stains or cosmetic issues... They are super comfy and quite baggy!
Jiberish Bold Charcoal 2XL... 9/10
Worn less then 10 times... Never worn skiing... very small grey stain on one of the sleeves but nothing else...
FD WEAR Hoodie... Large 10/10
Never Worn! INCREDIBLY SOFT!!! Like holy shit soft... The tags are removed but still has never left my closet for any reason other than to take this picture of it...
A Orange SAGA T Shirt 2XL 9/10 Condition
A Level 1 X Tall T productions Collab 102CM 8.5/10
Saga shirt is 9/10 becasue it has been worn before!
The Level 1 shirt has 2 small holes on the front but its nothing terrible...
Trew Bellows BWG colorway Size 2XL 9/10
There are some spots on the white section but other than that it is perfect!!
THANKS FOR CHECKING MY THREAD AND BUY MY STUFF!!!
If all the athletes do future spins in one contest, there will technically be no one left to receive a prize (at least, in our reality). The skiers who podium will be transported to another time in the distant future, and therefore will not technically be able to receive their prize. To combat this, the winner will ultimately have to do a trick that IS NOT a future spin.
-Proffesor Steve Stept