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How to Build Your Own Powder Board

How to Build Your Own Powder Board

Shape your own snowboard out of ply wood

Tip: Use the left / right arrow keys


Eiki'll tell you; edges don't mean shit
Eiki’ll tell you; edges don’t mean shit

As anyone who’s ridden in properly deep powder will tell you, edges are not that important, but doing something to yours will be better than just leaving them rough, at least aesthetically anyway.

You can just sand them down, or for a little more grip you could route them; curving the top side but leaving a bit of edge on the bottom to help with grip. It’s more trial and error than anything.


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