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Board top layer pealing of. Can it be glued?

Hey guys,

I have quite a problem. I bought a board under a table, so I have no warranty. Few months of riding and I got it cracked open . The thing is that top layer of snowboard is slowly pealing off the fiber layer I guess. Worst thing is that it is pealing right in contact point where flexibility is needed. (I guess i screwed it after bad landing from a ramp). I do realize that I should consider about buying new board, however I slill want to ride hell of this one.

My question is - what glue or whatever you advice me to use so my boardy can last a week rides in alps?

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Thanks in advance!
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Well you can but that boards life is over. In order to repair it you need a high grade epoxy with an injector system and basically need to build a snowboard clamp press to put that back together. I've done it once to a ski and it still had issues afterwards.


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I don't know what kind of board that is to make it worth repairing but like BA said, it is time to let go of it.
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Don't buy one under the table. You may end up spending more than the money you think you have saved. I got one Rossignol Scope (see it from the other thread I posted before). Even though it was not under the table, but I have saved $80 and it is a brand new one, and I love this board very much. Forget about to fix it. Just let go and get another one. Good luck
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That board is done....

To legit to quit.
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