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  1. #4126
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    This isnt mine but its the same year:Click image for larger version. 

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  2. #4127
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    ^^^^^
    Buy that bike
    Spawns are great! We had one!!

  3. #4128
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpinevibes View Post
    Bump.

    Looking to get two 16" kids bikes to upgrade from the current Woom 2's my boys are on. Holler if you're holding
    I'm looking for a Woom 2 if you decide you're ready to let go.

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    Looking to move this as we’ve out grown. Toss an offer.

  5. #4130
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    Quote Originally Posted by iriponsnow View Post
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    Looking to move this as weve out grown. Toss an offer.
    What size wheels is that? Thx

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    No matter where you go, there you are. - BB

  6. #4131
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    Quote Originally Posted by skinipenem View Post
    What size wheels is that? Thx

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    20” wheels!

  7. #4132
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    Quote Originally Posted by ski-wpk View Post
    I have a Spawn Banshee 16”. Single speed with freewheel. Great lightweight bike. Thinking $150 + ship from 80304.
    Roger that, lemme chat with the wife. She has a new idea that we can stretch the Woom's all summer and jump up to 20" bikes next spring, but I don't think that's ideal. We'd been looking at getting two of these, but that's still $600 out the door... https://www.specialized.com/us/en/je...ext=92722-1016

    Quote Originally Posted by wantriot View Post
    I'm looking for a Woom 2 if you decide you're ready to let go.
    Yeah, I'll try to holler. Probably at least a month or so until they'd move on

  8. #4133
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    Keep kids skiing pass it down thread...keep it going

    ski-wpk were in for the Spawn. Sent you a PM

  9. #4134
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    Thanks. Need the OK from my 5 yo that hes ready to see it go (hes on a 20 as of 2 weeks ago) and keep forgetting to ask before bedtime. Stay posted.

  10. #4135
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    I have a blue one of the same vintage I need to let go soon if you need another.

    Quote Originally Posted by alpinevibes View Post
    ski-wpk were in for the Spawn. Sent you a PM

  11. #4136
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    Quote Originally Posted by carlh View Post
    I have a blue one of the same vintage I need to let go soon if you need another.
    Yes, very interested. Shoot me a PM

  12. #4137
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    Green Spawn getting boxed up for alpinevibes this weekend.

  13. #4138
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    Keep kids skiing pass it down thread...keep it going

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    Selling my boys 20 rokkusuta
    Bought new summer 2020
    Wrapped from new tubeless bigger rotors new chain
    He wasnt that interested so not ridden much. Excellent condition.
    1500Cad obo. Whistler pemberton area.


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  14. #4139
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    Marmot jacket. Zip out fleece. My son is 13 is too small.
    Some stains might come out in wash?
    $10 plus ship so hopefully local

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    I <heart> hot tele-moms

  15. #4140
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    Looking to start teaching my daughter to ski this year. She'll be 2 1/2 years old, on the larger size (height+weight). I have no idea what kind of stuff I need. Does anyone out there have some gear to pass down for this age? Are there any good programs for seasonal swapping of gear for this age and over the next year or two? No clue what I'm doing.. hah!

  16. #4141
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindahl View Post
    Looking to start teaching my daughter to ski this year. She'll be 2 1/2 years old, on the larger size (height+weight). I have no idea what kind of stuff I need. Does anyone out there have some gear to pass down for this age? Are there any good programs for seasonal swapping of gear for this age and over the next year or two? No clue what I'm doing.. hah!
    I may have some skis & possibly bindings- u cover shipping.

    Best to buy her the NEW cheap Alpina boots in the correct size. Hit me up via PM. Welcome to the ride!

  17. #4142
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    Get her some mittens that have velcro closures on the back, example below. They essentially open all the way up the back of the hand to the fingers and are much easier to get on a kid when they take them off for the 23rd time.
    https://www.zappos.com/p/obermeyer-k...BoCce8QAvD_BwE

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  18. #4143
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    That Zappos link doesn't work for me.

    Re: boots, we were really psyched with the Fischer One for our kids, one of whom turned three at the end of the season and the other turns two in August. The two-year-old likes them enough to shove his feet in them and run around at home. While his are clearly a bit large, they seemed to ski fine and the light weight and GripWalk soles are a big win for mobility.

    The zippers are a weak point, you need to make sure the inner power strap is snug enough so the zipper isn't overstressed.

  19. #4144
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    latest round of cleaning around here:

    1. SOLD Rossignol "RASTA" boots size 20.5 $20 + s/h
    2. SOLD Spyder race suit kids size 6/8 $10 + s/h
    3. SOLD Lucky Bums kids harness, comes with the thing that attaches to their ski tips to hold them together $10 + s/h

    photos here:
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  20. #4145
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    Joining the garage cleaning party:

    Elan 100cm (97-66-88 6.4m radius). Really good condition. Adjustable bindings (191-294mm range) -$50

    Rossi boots - shell says 18-19.5, but probably an 18-18.5 in reality, 235 bsl. In good shape with plenty of sole block left,etc. -$30

    XC skis and poles. 110 skis and 100 cm poles. SNS style binding. - $Free

    POC skull x helmet (55/56)- good condition/no hard falls, etc. -$20

    Would rather not deal with shipping right now so SLC locals.

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    Happy Fathers Day yall

    Lindahl- what I ultimately have settled into was always being be on the hunt for the best gear and at a reasonable price - at a size that was into the future. Regardless if we were going to use it this season or next, Id buy. Especially skis. Late in a season when my boys legs were strong and his skill and attitude is on- Id introduce the next ski size jump. See how they handle it. Go back and forth. Been a lot of fun with mine.

    Question for the group when did you seem to cross from jr. binding to more adult oriented binders for your kids? I get that din dictates but theres some crossover and just curious as I plan my sons skis/gift that hell put into use next year.

  22. #4147
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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
    Happy Fathers Day yall

    Lindahl- what I ultimately have settled into was always being be on the hunt for the best gear and at a reasonable price - at a size that was into the future. Regardless if we were going to use it this season or next, Id buy. Especially skis. Late in a season when my boys legs were strong and his skill and attitude is on- Id introduce the next ski size jump. See how they handle it. Go back and forth. Been a lot of fun with mine.

    Question for the group when did you seem to cross from jr. binding to more adult oriented binders for your kids? I get that din dictates but theres some crossover and just curious as I plan my sons skis/gift that hell put into use next year.
    My kids are big, but it was 100-110lbs when I figured they could break a junior binder. They have big feet too, so their DIN was lower than average.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scmartin69 View Post
    My kids are big, but it was 100-110lbs when I figured they could break a junior binder. They have big feet too, so their DIN was lower than average.

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    Great, that helps 🤙🏼

  24. #4149
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    Outdoor Research has some pretty good deals on kids gloves right now.

    https://www.outdoorresearch.com/us/kids-gloves

    Check the comments on sizing as they appear to run small.

    Kids Adrenaline for $12.

  25. #4150
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    Free winter clothes:



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    Located in Boulder County. Happy to ship if you pay, especially if I can throw it all in one box.
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