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Burton process @ costco Calgary

Last years model I think. 263. Not a bad deal

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And once again more gray marketed stuff ends up at the Cost Co. Get em while they're hot!


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I have a Costco membership and I have not seen any legitimate snowboard company wares being sold around here. Crappy stuff sure, but nothing an experienced snowboarder would be interested in. I hope that doesn't change.
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Hmmm not a bad price at all... Which location were they at?
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Hmmm not a bad price at all... Which location were they at?
Saw them at Deerfoot Meadows last week.
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I saw these there last week.

What does that say about your brand that your boards end up in costco?

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I saw these there last week.

What does that say about your brand that your boards end up in costco?
How To: Burton’s VP Clark Gundlach on Battling Gray Marketing | Features, How To, Profiles | TransWorld Business

Doesn't appear to be something Burton authorizes. This article is from a few years back.
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How To: Burton’s VP Clark Gundlach on Battling Gray Marketing | Features, How To, Profiles | TransWorld Business

Doesn't appear to be something Burton authorizes. This article is from a few years back.
Well shit, if I'm Costco, I'm trying to get Burton boards back in stock again and I'm not gonna discount them so heavily this time. I already know that Burton will buy them back at full retail!

Also, LOL @ needing to worry about a manufacturer's warranty when buying at Costco. If they do one thing well, it's taking care of their customers.

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do you have to buy the boards in packs of 10?
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do you have to buy the boards in packs of 10?

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