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ridinbend 08-24-2014 11:17 AM

Snoplanks
 
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While were on the topic of crappy board makers, here's a local Bend shaper I have no affiliation with. I have however drooled over these epic little pow surfers. No metal edge.

Warning: This will make your withdrawals worse.

http://www.snoplanks.com

slyder 08-24-2014 11:59 AM

I've never riden powder like that only seen videos. With that said...does that board seem to float on top of the snow more than a traditional board. For me, it just seemed more effortless and to stay ontop of the powder more. Might have been the editing or is it the board. :dunno:

Tatanka Head 08-24-2014 12:23 PM

We used to make mini versions of this with our oldskool decks. Ride them tail first and old innertubes for bindings (or without). We'd get some b-lines in, never anything fancy. RIP Hosoi Hammerhead and old Lucero deck.

ridinbend 08-24-2014 02:01 PM

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Originally Posted by slyder (Post 1789418)
I've never riden powder like that only seen videos. With that said...does that board seem to float on top of the snow more than a traditional board. For me, it just seemed more effortless and to stay ontop of the powder more. Might have been the editing or is it the board. :dunno:

Different powder than CO's dry blower. The width of the board and density of the snow make it float on top. I think it's just as fun as blower if not more. Surfers paradise.


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