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Lamination(?) on top peeling

Well I went snowboarding this past winter and loved it, went 3 times over the course of the next month and decided to invest in a board.
My friend got a burton clash but is getting a new board this winter, and wants to sell his for $50
Since it's my first board i wanted a used one, and this one would be great for $50
One problem, the end has plastic/graphic (almost like the lamination) peeling up from it, and it looks like it could easily catch and be peeled up more,
i figured i could cut off the part that has curved up to prevent it from catching
but will this affect me in the long run? i was looking for a cheap board to buy for a season or two, should this hold up?
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Top sheet, and not the base right?

Depending on how bad it is, you should be able to cut it off and put some epoxy on it to seal it up and youll be fine

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Top sheet, and not the base right?

Depending on how bad it is, you should be able to cut it off and put some epoxy on it to seal it up and youll be fine
I'll see if i can get pictures up next time i see him, ill get a better description too,
thanks.
ALso: he used it like twice lol so i can't imagine it's that bad

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Pics would definitely help everyone assess the potential issue.
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