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|02-09-2010 12:27 PM|
It's a Burton Face from '07, about 30 days on the slopes.
I've been thinking that I should just take it to a shop to get it fixed, rather than doing the epoxy myself, since it seems like it'd be hard to fill in the crack.
|02-08-2010 02:05 AM|
You dont mention how old the board is?
Possibly warranty? Dunno thats pretty gnarly ....i would definitely get some epoxy in there somehow and let it set for a day or two in a dry place...
If it already made it through the top sheet its half way to snapping off next hit without some TLC...
|02-07-2010 07:46 PM|
OUCH man!! At least the crack is sideways rather than downwards..
If it's just top sheet, it shouldn't really matter. Check to make 100% sure the crack isn't any deeper though.
Might wanna find a way to seal the crack as to not let any water get in there and mess up the core. Marine grade epoxy maybe.
|02-07-2010 02:10 PM|
So I went boarding yesterday in some pretty crappy conditions, barely any snow, and a base of ice right under. I jumped and landed badly, and when I got back up and looked at my board, the top layer of laminate stuff was cracked.
I'm hoping that since it's the top, it shouldn't really matter too much, am I right?