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02-03-2009 09:22 PM
thomas.s.miller legallyillegal, you really know your stuff, you must really eat breath and sleep boarding dont you?im not being sarcastic, like i really am kindasurprised.
02-03-2009 09:18 PM
Triple8Sol
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No, Quiksilver bought Rossignol a few years back for $550 million or something like that...

They just sold Rossignol off (last summer) to Chartreuse & Mont Blanc (owned by a former Rossi CEO and Jarden, which also owns K2). The selling price? $150 million. Ouch.
And K2 has owned Ride for awhile now, right?
02-03-2009 09:15 PM
legallyillegal
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wait, so if quicksilver owns all of them, that means rossignol owns all of that, cause rossignol owns quicksilver!!!wow, that like blows my mind.but yea you should be good on the full wraped edges.
No, Quiksilver bought Rossignol a few years back for $550 million or something like that...

They just sold Rossignol off (last summer) to Chartreuse & Mont Blanc (owned by a former Rossi CEO and Jarden, which also owns K2). The selling price? $150 million. Ouch.
02-03-2009 09:10 PM
Triple8Sol
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sick what was the deal?
Got it new for nearly 1/2 retail from a Bataleon-sponsored female rider.
02-03-2009 08:58 PM
thomas.s.miller wait, so if quicksilver owns all of them, that means rossignol owns all of that, cause rossignol owns quicksilver!!!wow, that like blows my mind.but yea you should be good on the full wraped edges.
02-03-2009 07:52 PM
Extremo
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What year is your gf's from? Also, the Silhouette is more entry level at $320 retail, while the Ally MTX retails for $400. Not sure if price point or year makes a difference, since it doesn't when it comes to Gnu/Lib.
The silhouette is one of their best park boards. Kjersti Buaas won the bronze riding it at the 2006 olympics.
02-03-2009 02:59 PM
steve_ri sick what was the deal?
02-03-2009 02:52 PM
Triple8Sol So, while shopping for a board for the gf, I had narrowed down the choices to the Arbor Push, Arbor Eden, and Roxy Ally MTX. With Sierra's 40% off deal on all 2009 boards, how could I resist? Well, I did...lol. Found a killer deal on an '09 Bataleon Violenza, so ordered that instead.

This one:
02-02-2009 09:35 PM
arsenic0 Yea i think your safe, looking at some pictures on Shayboarders site looks like the Eminence atleast has a fully wrapped edge so chances are that will..
02-02-2009 08:19 PM
Triple8Sol In case anybody cares, I emailed customer service at Sierra Snowboard, and they also confirmed that the Roxy Ally has a full wrap edge. I'm assuming their other top-of-the-line boards would too, like the more expensive Envi MTX, Eminence MTX, and Eminence BTX.
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