But is it legal??? You can put in the web a price higher than the real price???
MSRP means manufacturers SUGGESTED retail price. A retailer can generally charge as much as they want, but who would buy from them?
Allboardsports in CO wants $1800 for a Virus I can get directly from the builder for about $1500 (less if I bargain with him!).
The exception to this rule is that some manufacturers won't let retailers put gear on sale for more than a certain percent. That's why in Canada all Burton gear is 20% off now, and will go cheaper shortly.
The other thing is, you're already closer to a lot better board builders than we have in North America. By the time you pay shipping and duty, you'd probably be able to buy a German or Swiss board for nearly the same price.
You can get this board for 750 - 800 euro depending on size (including VAT). If you e-mail the company I guarantee someone will answer you (and chances are it'll be the owner/builder himself).