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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-15-2010, 09:58 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation Can You RUIn Your SNowboard!

Can riding a new snowboard on lower depths of snow like 6 inchs or if the mountian hasnt had much snow lately ruin your snowboard ???
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just don't hit any rocks and you'll be fine.
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Yes. With 6 inches of snow you are going to be rock boarding.
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Just take it slow and always look before you leap
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Damn so do you guys think i should just rent a board im sittinghere watching the live cams from mountian high hopeing for a few inches of snow tonight haha
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I think you'll be fine. The mountain would not be open and selling tickets if it was that bad. Just be cautious.
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Can you say "core shot?" 6" isn't much of a base, but what's under it? Rocks? Grass? Where is this place?
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the mountian is called mountian high in southern california im not sure whats underneath but i also wouldnt really know what ot be cautious for or how to when im going down the mountian really...
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It depends what's under the snow. My local hill is all manmade snow ontop of prepared grounds. If the snow gets worn away in a spot it is just dirt.
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It's Mountain High you'll be fine just avoid the brown patches.


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