400€ Board and bindings. Regular price for the board only is 375€ and for the bingings it's 180€ with their regular prices. So i could say that its a good price for a board from burton. Usually burton boards go from 400€ all the way to 800€ without the bindings
Wouldn’t a plank of marine plywood and some wellies super-glued and stapled to it be cheaper?
What make a board good though? Is it build quality or some other magic?
Well if you try it... Just... Wear a butt protector. Saves youe tailbone. Also wristguards are good. Use them myself even though i have quite a bit of experienceNice one Witcheri! I used to ski downhill every year in my teens and later in life too; nowadays only when we get snow locally i.e. every second year or so. As an old fart I only use skis and not snowboard but I may try one day (to plaster manufacturer's delight no doubt).