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Anyone bought a snowboard skin?

There are companies that will print an image of your choice on a skin that you can paste onto your snowboard. Never actually seen one. Anyone here ever get one?


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The only thing I've seen about custom topsheets is Burtons' custom boards that you can submit and they put it on a Burton custom ( confusing I know). But they cost over a grand if you want it that way
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I've asked this question before actually. Not much in the thread but there's a couple of ways thrown out.

I'd vote against it personally. Why?

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Not sure how it is in Canada, but around here there are about a dozen car wrap shops. I would think they could hook you up with a vinyl wrap that would be pretty durable.

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I'd vote against it personally. Why?
It's just general curiosity. I was thinking about it with my old board, but with the new NS, no way.


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Not sure how it is in Canada, but around here there are about a dozen car wrap shops. I would think they could hook you up with a vinyl wrap that would be pretty durable.
I second this. I have a buddy that does wraps for just about everything. A top sheet wrap would take nothing to make and would cost all of about $30.
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