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Old 12-16-2013, 12:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone has stickers on their board? How easily do they come off with normal riding conditions?

I have a bunch of stickers from random brands, and I was thinking of using the letters to make a collage with my name or something. That would involve lots of small pieces of stickers, which means more edges to peel off in the snow.

Any tips for stopping stickers from peeling? Could i maybe find a large clear vinyl sticker and stick that over everything when i'm done?

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might be stretching the truth, but i've been told that the best way to prevent damage and wear to a snowboard is to not ride it at all.
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My old rock board is covered pretty much nose to tail in stickers. Not an issue.
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might be stretching the truth, but i've been told that the best way to prevent damage and wear to a snowboard is to not ride it at all.
yup... after your done with your masterpiece... carefully set it in the corner and forget you own a snowboard.
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If they are quality vinyl stickers then they should hold up fine as is. If they are paper type stickers then there is nothing you can do.
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If they are quality vinyl stickers then they should hold up fine as is. If they are paper type stickers then there is nothing you can do.
they aren't vinyls, but the normal plastic kind.

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My old rock board is covered pretty much nose to tail in stickers. Not an issue.
really? these are normal stickers, and they don't peel?
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Please stop with the ridiculous questions...

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Old 12-16-2013, 09:11 AM   #9 (permalink)
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a thin film of troll semen will protect any sticker from the rigors of snowhumping.
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Old 12-16-2013, 09:29 AM   #10 (permalink)
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Not riding the board is a little extreme...I would just avoid pow days at all cost, also don't think about pressing your board as it may create "sticker ripple effect" which will make you lose rep/steeze point very quickly.
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