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I have a kinda curious question... has anyone heard of a snowboard snapping? in skateboarding my friend always talked about snapping his deck all the time...can the same thing happen in snowboarding? or like if i try and playaround on my nose or tail can i flex it to hard and it could break? i dont have the stiffest board or the most soft either anyone seen a board snap or anything??

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It happens, but normally after a lot of riding unless you've done some crazy stunts. My friend buttered his board loads but it took two seasons to crack.

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