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jillybilly
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Qualities: Handmade

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Likes: One of the only brand you can find for dirt cheap locally, but even then it's not even worth it because the gears are heavy and falls apart. If you're looking to go the cheapest route possible just to try out the sport then sure go ahead and try Lamar out. But if you're looking to continue going then might as well skip Lamar and get a decent cheap brand instead.

Dislikes: Board is very heavy and doesn't feel like a decent board should feel like. Bindings, screw falls out and keeps falling out so straps are loose.

Qualities: Popular on the mountain

Experience: I own Lamar product
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Qualities: Handmade

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Qualities: Popular on the mountain, Good selection

Experience: I am an expert
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Likes: Affordable for first timers. I'd recommend to any beginner that's not looking to invest too much on a sport they're unsure of and would rather not deal with the hassle of renting.

Dislikes: Quality of goods was very poor and cheap.

Qualities: Popular on the mountain

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Likes: Starting out, Lamar is perfect first board type stuff. There's only so much you can progress on one of their planks of boards before you'll get board and moved to a better company. Lamar is a subsidiary of K2 so they do have the backing to make quality product, just the lesser materials.

Dislikes: Their bindings are much worse than their boards, somehow. It's a cheap price point that older gear will be a better deal.

Qualities: Popular on the mountain, Good selection

Experience: I own Lamar product
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Likes: Lamar has been around for quite some time. They go pretty far back and it's good to see they are still hanging around. Lamar is an awesome choice for a beginner who does not plan on dedicating too much time to develop a passion for boarding. My very first board was a used Lamar. I didn't know any better. :p Turned out I went too short on the board length too and I was bouncing around a lot, but hey, in just two solid days of riding, I started to carve. It didn't take long before I wanted to upgrade though.

Dislikes: If you show any real interest in the sport, you will find that you "outgrow" Lamar equipment pretty fast. It is BARGAIN brand!

Qualities: Popular on the mountain, Good selection

Experience: I own Lamar product
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Likes: Begineer baards

Dislikes: lamar is for the begineers of snowboarding who want to learn how to snowboard. Their boards are just not that great at the begineer/intermediate stage, anyone who has one would tell you the same. They arent as capable as the other "name brand boards" because they dont put a lot of care into making their boards. also they are not durable either

Qualities: Popular on the mountain

Experience: I own Lamar product
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Dislikes: Very low quality of gear. I had learned on one of their boards and it wasn't the greatest experience. They are noticeably cheaper in functionality. I would only recommend it to beginners if you only plan on riding less than 5 days per year and the investment isn't worth it - Otherwise just invest 50% more and buy yourself a reliable setup.

Qualities: Popular on the mountain

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Dislikes: I had the unfortunate experience of learning to ride on a buddies old Lamar brand board. I rode it about 10 days before purchasing my own board from a reputable brand, and the difference was night and day. I understand why someone getting into the sport would be tempted to buy Lamar because of the low cost, but never has the adage "you get what you pay for" been more true. Do yourself a favor and stay away from Lamar.

Qualities: Good selection

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Likes: Lamar is a very good brand especially for beginners. They are low cost and very affordable. Back in the day these were awesome boards but i do not feel they have progressed as much as they should. Overall these are great boards but primarily for beginners.

Dislikes: Haven't progressed much and mainly for beginners.

Qualities: Quality gear, I'd reccomment to a friend, Good selection, Fashionable

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Likes: lamar and 27/7 are owned by the same company so their boards are both pretty reliable .. for beginners

Qualities: Popular on the mountain

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Likes: Low cost affordable items perfect for beginners and new rider.

Dislikes: Not much selection for more advanced riders. Some stuff is of pretty cheap quality

Qualities: Popular on the mountain

Experience: I own Lamar product
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Likes: Lamar products are lower cost and affordable compared to many industry leading brands such as Burton, K2, Ride, etc. I would recommend Lamar products for anyone who is trying to get into the sport but do not wish to drop a ton of money on gear. It is nice to own your own gear and not spend a fortune to do so. Lamar products would be the way to go

Dislikes: Lack of variety. Quality of products. No new improvements in the technology of items compared to other brands.

Qualities: I'd reccomment to a friend

Experience: I own Lamar product
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Likes: Bert LaMar was one of the most creative riders out there back in the day, and I think he had a big effect on the industry. As I understand it, he was a west-coast skater that signed on with Tom Sims and kicked the racing-style industry's ass with skate-influenced freestyle riding. Lamar snowboards seemed to have competitive tech and had a really good team back in the day (during the era of the WHISKEY videos, my fav). Seems like it hasn't progressed and, honestly, ridin Lamar gear these days lands you on the presumptive gaper list IMHO.

Qualities: Innovative

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Likes: nice boards and boots.

Qualities: Innovative, I'd reccomment to a friend, Good selection

Experience: I own Lamar product
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Likes: cheap stuff, good for beginers, ok bases

Dislikes: cheaply made, no real quality stuff apart from boots and helmets

Qualities: Popular on the mountain, Good selection, Fashionable

Experience: I own Lamar product
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Likes: okay boots. My boots usually get cold, but never wet. Good price for what u get

Dislikes: The boots don't really stay tight

Qualities: I'd reccomment to a friend, Good selection

Experience: I own Lamar product
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Likes: Good beginner board. They are a good price point boards and get the job done

Dislikes: don't last for long or you outgrow it

Qualities: Innovative, Quality gear, I'd reccomment to a friend, Good selection, Fashionable

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Likes: good for the price conscious beginner

Dislikes: Thin boards looks like they wont last.

Qualities: I'd reccomment to a friend, Fashionable

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Likes: Nice board and binding comninations

Qualities: Innovative, Quality gear, I'd reccomment to a friend, Popular on the mountain, Fashionable

Experience: I am an expert
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Likes: Decent brand for the beginner. Obviously their gear is branded towards beginner's who don't know better.

Dislikes: Lamar used to be up there with the likes of sims and morrow. But how high they have fallen, to budget brand that makes me cringe when i see their gear. Their only saving hope is that sometimes they have nice graphics.

Qualities: Good selection, Fashionable

Experience: I am an expert
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Likes: Quality Brand Awesome Warranty Program I high recommend them!

Qualities: I'd reccomment to a friend

Experience: I am an expert
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Likes: Quality Brand Awesome Warranty Program I high recommend them!

Qualities: I'd reccomment to a friend

Experience: I am an expert
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Likes: My first board was a Lamar board that I bought in Big5. It was affordable, and it was good enough to teach me how to snowboard.

Dislikes: Very pricey considering it's not of great quality. They aren't a high tech brand. I think people are better off buying a used Nitro or Capita board. It'll cost less than a new lamar board, and it'll be better quality. Also, their boards are pretty heavy.

Qualities: I'd reccomment to a friend

Experience: I own Lamar product

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