Mervin manufacturing has a long history of playing with words, a few years back, when Burton used the term “Carbon I beam” to describe a feature they had in some of their boards, Mervin the next year offered a whole line of price point decks under the name “Carbon High beam”. To my surprise, after selling about 100 of these boards, I found out that there was no carbon in the board. I said to the rep, how can you sell a board, called “carbon high beam” that has no carbon fiber in it? He told me its just a name, not an ingredient. Other word games from our friends at Mervin, “Tear Yea”
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Archive for November 19th, 2009
Thursday, November 19th, 2009 | Author: Shoreline Of Tahoe