Personally, I think there's quite a difference between a cartoon of some boobies, and an actual photo of a nude woman. There have been numerous graphics throughout skating and snowboarding with naked cartoon people.What are the people's thoughts on these bindings. I scored them for $103 brand-spanking-new (damn right!) and I wanted to know if anyone likes them or has the guts to have nude women on their equipment.
I'm not worried about the graphics so much my self because with limited editions you can never go wrong, but there was a review on dogfunk.com that made me think a bit about the levels of tolerance people have.Personally, I think there's quite a difference between a cartoon of some boobies, and an actual photo of a nude woman. There have been numerous graphics throughout skating and snowboarding with naked cartoon people.
Those bindings are limited edition and in high demand. Sell them on eBay if you are worried about it. They'll probably get bought by one of our team riders.
Grenade has an awful reputation for shoddy products, in addition to having, IMO, a shitty marketing image now that every person who shops at Zumiez has a Grenade diecut on their 2WD, lifted truck. When Danny and the guys started the company back in the early 2000s, it was a really cool, new brand that a lot of people chose to support, which is why it thrived. However, their products constantly were poor quality and always fell apart. I had numerous pairs of CC935s, and my buddies owned a couple other models, and they kept breaking down. Add to the fact that they totally diluted their brand's image by marketing it towards Zumiez and lame motocross stuff, it eventually turned away a lot of potential customers.It's not that I really have a problem, more along the lines of I do care about other views. Now it's not like I'm sporting the confederate flag on my board or anything. But what is with all the grenade negativity?