Originally Posted by BigmountainVMD
I think it is just obvious they need some real world testing for many seasons (assuming nothing goes wrong mechanically) before any of those questions can be answered.
Well ideally yeah. But they claim 10 years of designing and testing. That right there is a decade of experience. The average snowboard company lasts less than half of that. It just bothers me when anyone asks a legitimate question about a brand and they dodge the question or use some kind of lame rhetoric to try and devalue the person asking the questions.