Originally Posted by killclimbz
I did read that. I do have Carbonium topsheet Never Summer Splits, which doesn't use a clear coat.
Oh Man, this just occurred to me reading your post. The "Carbonium" top sheet is nice cuz it doesn't get slick like a urethane top coat does, but if this stuff makes a surface super slick and hydrophobic, would it make the Carbonium top sheet super slick too?
Of course, I like the Carbonium on my Proto cuz on a clear coated board without a stomp pad, I tend to slip off when skating. (...I'm definitely
not flexible enough to be doing THOSE
kinds of splits!!)
That probably isn't an issue for you and I could definitely see how keeping the board from picking up 20 lbs of snow ea. would be a benefit while skinning!