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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-31-2010, 10:43 AM
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Trampoline Snowboarding: damaging to board?

Hey guys, i was wondering if anybody knew whether it would be ok to take my board on a trampoline for some practise, cos i've read something about it damaging the camber of normal boards because of the flex between the feet but as mine is a reverse camber (skate banana) anyway would this be a problem?
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Anytime you flex a board, it's taking part of it's life.

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With that being said, it's not going to do anything that would suddenly destroy the board.... Boards slowly wear out and you will unlikely notice any difference, anytime soon.

The fact that it's a banana means it's already broke anyways, so I say go for it

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You're more likely to hurt the trampoline or yourself before the board.


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You're more likely to hurt the trampoline or yourself before the board.
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maybe you can put tape along the edges so it doesnt jack up your trampoline
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maybe you can put tape along the edges so it doesnt jack up your trampoline
Exactly what i did
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Yeh dude, edge of the board is crazy sharp, cut through my board bag first time i used it haha... and unless there is like a foam pit surrounding the entire tramp i wouldnt do it ha
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