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Snowboard wrap

Anybody have any experience with wrapping your board? Not in love with the graphic on mine and found some stuff about custom wrapping. Anything I should know? They claim it doesn't compromise the board at all. If it's all good also anyone have experience with a good place?
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It's a giant 3m vinyl sticker just make sure you put it on properly and get all the air bubbles out.


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I actually was taking a Pink Floyd class and we had to create some memorabilia type thing that had to do with the band. I chose to design a Pink Floyd snowboard wrap for one of the shop boards we have here and it turned out pretty awesome. I just took the design to a local Indianapolis place that did it super cheap for me.

After riding, it didn't affect the board at all but looked sweet going down the slopes. When putting it on the board, make sure it is super clean and go slowly to keep all the bubbles out. It's basically like putting on a screen cover so not hard.

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What the hell is a Pink Floyd class?
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Go to any sign shop with a solvent printer and they'll be able to make you whatever you want. If you don't wanna fuck it up applying it, get them to stick it on. They should do a better job than you could.

Speaking as a guy that works in a sign shop...
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only an awesome music class that one of my college professors started last year, we spent most of the time watching/listening to different documentaries, concerts, and music. Loved it!
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Fuck sake I thought snoop was about to ryhme off some snow beats.
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