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01-22-2012 07:12 PM
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Originally Posted by ilikecoupons View Post
yeah i wasn't sure how many of us have the kind of money to pay to have custom-made boards maybe it's not expensive though. Vinyl topsheets are good enough for me haha.
Donek's prices are really competitive with non-custom high end boards.
01-22-2012 06:40 PM
ilikecoupons yeah i wasn't sure how many of us have the kind of money to pay to have custom-made boards maybe it's not expensive though. Vinyl topsheets are good enough for me haha.
01-22-2012 06:38 PM
AAA Looks like inexpensive DIY graphic options. For awareness, though, there are also companies like Donek who will build you a true custom board...length, width, sidecut geometry, flex pattern, etc. to your (or their suggested) specs as well. Topsheet, too.
01-22-2012 05:36 PM
Lowlyffe Durability is stated at the top of every tutorial. Low, medium or high. Time frame is quick IF they print it right away. Wrapping a board, if the design is already printed can take less than an hour if the person applying it is knows what hes doing.
A wrap should last years unless it takes damage on the mountain. Like from other boarders crashing into you, which would obviously damage the vinyl topsheet
01-22-2012 12:16 PM
ilikecoupons
Designing your board

I just thought that some of the people here would like to know the different ways to customize their boards.
While I was researching and looking for my snowboard, i decided to look at Riley's blank snowboard, and on the site they had tutorials on how to customize your board.

Tutorials - Blank Snowboards

I think these are pretty good tutorials, they all have videos with them, pricing, but they don't tell you a specific timeframe of durability.
Personally, I would go for vinyl or board wrap.

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