Although I dont think Simon would, I'm pretty sure they could afford him. I think its kind of odd that coreupt seems to be building their skier base before even putting out any different/interesting skis.
true, but not for some guys.. me personally, i would stick with what skis suit me.. (armada or K2).. but guys like tanner, i mean could you see him on line? or Seth... imagine seth on something ohter than K2... he wouldnt change even if he was offered more $$. hes loyal
what you guys are missing is that for a pro with a limited shelf-life it can make a lot more sense to get in on the ground floor of a company with long-term potential than just take a paycheck from a big firm today.
in 2002 what would have been a smarter move; bigger paycheck from salomon or ownership stake in armada and less cash upfront?