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New snowboard summer storage?

Alright I purchased a new board a few weeks ago and... I haven't done anything with it cause I bought it to use for next season. Never ridden or nothin. So, should I still wax it for the summer storage so it doesn't dry out or anything? Any other suggestions are definitely welcome.
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It wouldnt do any damage to wax it and if it makes you feel better go for it, but it is not necessary if you havent used it yet. If you think about it board shops store last years boards as they are for next season no wax or anything.
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It wouldnt do any damage to wax it and if it makes you feel better go for it, but it is not necessary if you havent used it yet. If you think about it board shops store last years boards as they are for next season no wax or anything.
Never Summer's come with a nice coat of Saucer Wax, which is the nicest factory wax I've encountered.

The unused base will be fine for the summer. Might want to give the edges a quick wipe with something if summer humidity/rust is a concern.
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