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i dont want to change the board for next few years at least so i just wonder if volkl is solid brand enough to trust and buy a bit cheaper board from them instead of sure thing that sherlock is
They're owned by the same parent company that owns K2, Coleman, Rawlings, and a bunch of other brands. So they're not just some one off company.
The boards are made in Germany, while I believe most of Burtons stuff is made in China. I'm thrilled with my Burton but it was made in Vermont, USA.
I think the Volkl is at least as trustworthy as Burton as a brand, but I've never owned one.
There are three posts about Volkls in that thread and everyone loves them...
there's another thread about them...