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Angry snowboard damage question

Just riding my brand new never summer sl today.. Checked the bottom of the base and there was 2 deep gouges/scratches not deep enough to the wood core but pretty deep, pretty worried since its brand new what should I do
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Lol so you dont think matters at all? Even if it's a pretty deep gouge
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if the gouge is parallel to the edge, I'd just consider it deep structure and ride it as-is. If it's perpendicular to the edge, I'd probably drip some p-tex in there....but if your base isn't black, it's gonna look like shit.

in our super duper crappy season last year, I got about 10 core shots (wood showing)...one of them was on a brand new board. You'll get over it.

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Yeah its peridencular.. Its not a core shot and actually my base is black lol its just pretty deep and brand new, also if little pieces of your sidewall are chipped no worries right?
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I'll try to do it when I get home, at a mountain right now and the I mean there's like very little chips in the sidewall like little pieces taken outa it by abuse
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