Ive used a golf club epoxy I bought at golfsmith. Its super strong and has a very high shear strength. Its also black, which worked out well for my purposes. I tried it once on a delammed area, and it didnt hold up. I think that was more an issue with the damage though, and not the epoxy.
Im no repair expert, but id imagine that anything with a high shear strength would be fine.
About 2 years ago I ran into a rail on my signal park rocker and the nose split so I just went to Home Depot and there was a HUGE selection of different epoxies. It worked great! havent had one issue yet.
I forgot exactly which one I used but just read the labels and see which one might be best
What type do they use in the snow sport shops? I have no problem going to home depot and picking up some epoxy I just want to make sure it is right the first time. Names and types would be helpful.
marine epoxy is generally higher quality than cheap stuff for home repairs, you want something that takes at least 24 hrs to cure, anything less will be brittle. BA suggestion of extra resin slows the cure time and makes the expoxy less brittle.
my suggested brand is west systems gflex, it is a flexable epoxy to start with. they make a regular version that is thinner and good for getting inbetween layers and fixing delams. They also make a thickened version that is good for sealing exposes areas and filling in chunks. its sold at marine stores like West Marine, or find it online.