Every Third Thursday: World’s first modular snowboard lets you change graphics, base, and core

Also see: Every Third Thursday: Snowboarding in the California desert | Every Third Thursday: Oktobeerfest Snowboard Beer Bong | Every Third Thursday: Under Pressure – Deep underwater snowboard production | Behind the scenes of “Every Third Thursday” with Signal Snowboard’s founder Dave Lee

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Winter is here so it’s time to get your shred on. But let’s say you find yourself on the mountain and you hit a jump, land funky, and crack your base. Up until now that meant your day was done and you’d have to fork over a ton of cash for a new snowboard. But Dave Lee and the crew at Signal Snowboards may have solved this problem. On the latest episode of Every Third Thursday, they build the world’s first modular snowboard. Now you can swap out the top sheet, the base, or the core. This is a revolutionary idea. And it works. Lee and Ashbury founder Lance Hakker tested the modular snowboard at Bear Mountain and Hakker thought the board had even more pop than a normal Signal deck.

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