Thanks for the exposure, as well as concern for Surface as a brand.
Everyone has valid points, however, none of you know the intentions that Surface has, nor have seen or discussed our business model, not to mention, have ever dealt with overseas ski/snowboard manufacturers. It's a lot different than what the folks at Igneous (and other similar brands) are doing. Their skis pertain to a small percentage of skiers. Not to sound like an ass, however, 99% of the kids on here could not even handle an Igneous ski, me included. That's fine, that is their program and that is the type of ski that they enjoy building. I am sure they, like Surface, did not get into ski building to get rich. We are all simply trying to bring another perspective to skiing, offer another choice. Skiing has been so uniform, until recently there have been only a few choices and styles to choose from. New brands coming onto the scene make skiing more diverse and attractive, like skating. Each company, has their niche, we all know that. Surface has its own agenda too, new skis, new people, whatever...we are making it happen the only way we know how, that is one step at a time. We are not going anywhere but up, as we have zero debt, amazing people contributing to the brand behind the scenes and finally, not depending on it for a source of income. Each year the brand will grow in the way we want it to grow. Speaking of growth, our quantities have increased for this coming season 600% - like, one of you said earlier, we must be doing something right.
Summer is in the air.