We can't tell you any more, or we'd have to kill you.
- Flying V hybrid camber/rocker puts camber underneath the bindings and rocker at the tip, center, and tail of the board for float in powder, edge control, and plenty of pop
- Multizone EGD places the wood perpendicular under the your feet in four different zones to optimize edge control
- Frostbite Edges protrude from under your bindings for extra grip; they're also stainless steel to resist rust and corrosion to stay razor-sharp
- Methlon base incorporates Teflon (possibly the world's slickest substance) to make an screamingly fast base that's also incredibly durable and low-maintenance
Share your thoughts
Okay, no reviews on this board yet so i took the plunge and ponyed up. True, I got it for an amazing price (under a G) but still crazy money for a board. So how does it stack up? Well, i bought the first year Method which was a V rocker and i thought it was too stiff - it washed out so i sold it immediately.
This board is different. It rides with the aggression of a T6/T7, it has the thin light weight feel of a Vapor, all with the forgiveness and playfulness of a Joystick. I think the Flying V is the perfect shape for this one. It's poppy and fast and when you hit a kicker you float away like there's helium in your boots.
But is is worth it?
To me no board is worth 1500. But, on sale, the answer is HELL YES.