Every Third Thursday: Speed Stick Heated Snowboard— Go Faster!

Also See: Behind the scenes of “Every Third Thursday” with Signal Snowboard’s founder Dave Lee | Every Third Thursday: Under Pressure – Deep underwater snowboard production | Every Third Thursday: Oktobeerfest Snowboard Beer Bong |Every Third Thursday: Snowboarding in the California desert | Every Third Thursday: World’s first modular snowboard lets you change graphics, base, and core | Every Third Thursday: Recycled Christmas Tree Snowboards!

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Get ready for some HOT snowboard action in this month’s Every Third Thursday! Dave Lee and the Signal Snowboards crew get back to the base-ics, experimenting with new technology to actually heat up the base of a snowboard and test out their theory that a hot base will go faster. Dave explains that the snow sliding action actually works from friction heating up the snow and forming a thin layer of water that the board slides on, but what if we speed up that process by incorporating a heat film into the base? Watch as Dave dials the base all the way up to 128-degrees and snowboarder Alex Cato heats up the slopes of Park City Resort.

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