Taken from the back of my pickup truck on my first day on a new job.
It is the first snowboard I ever bought, and I have had it nearly 10 years; I have put so much distance on it, that it is practically falling apart. I’m probably the only person that would ride it, considering how badly the base needs to be repaired, and the bindings are worn out.
The bindings are limited-edition Andy Warhol prints of his famous black and white kitchen knife pattern; one of the toe-caps has been replaced with parts from a pair of black, red and white Cartel bindings that I once found in an alleyway.
The edges have some damage on the underside, as well as some splintering at the front and back. This board is 100% unique and recognizable to me, so whoever rides this board better keep looking over their shoulder
The sentimental value of this board is irreplaceable, but as I said above, it’s probably not worth anything to re-sell; just goes to show the pointlessness/stupidity of the people that steal stuff like this.
Wherever my board is now, at least I can take comfort in the fact that whoever has stolen it will probably hurt themselves badly when that biding breaks on them going downhill.
The boots pictured below were not stolen.