vermont_effing_sucks wrote:sorry, i should i have specified.
i meant adding the layer of fiberglass and the UHMW base.
i'm not sure how much they weigh relative to HDPE.
i'm sure you'd have any flip issues worked out before releasing it to the public.
if you and COSD test it i'm sure it'll be fine.
i'm just really looking forward to this board and i want it to hit my expectations. XD
vermont_effing_sucks wrote:sounds good to me either way.
i hear they lose pop really fast though, so if you don't put in the fiberglass is there anyway to help to board keep it's shape?
Alex Blais wrote:Hey guys,
You guys probably all know Charles-Olivier Simard, the greatest plastic snowskater ever...
Video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQHIhv-T7Qk
Ambition is currently looking into producing a pro model for Charles next season, wich would be a plastic deck.
Boards would be more advanced than the old 2002 plastic.. But they would have the same feel.
How many of you could be interested in purchasing his board if it was around 60$ CAD?
Hock wrote:I think it's kinda like the last boss in a videogame, it does'nt have any weaknesses and it's therefore almost impossible to beat it.
decoydevo wrote:Hey Alex. I was thinking today and ambi does really need a cheaper plastic model. It's really hard to convince my friends, who I've introduced to the sport, to shell out 120 for a board they have barely riden on. If I pressure them enough they will go get another plastic from premier.
So I hope you've been working on ambi's plastic deck because it could be a big factor to increasing the size of the sport. Plus, even if you sell a cheaper plastic it builds brand loyalty and someday they might be willing to shell out 120 for a great wood deck.
Just my thoughts.
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