Every Third Thursday: Recycled Christmas Tree Snowboards!

Also see:  Every Third Thursday: World’s first modular snowboard lets you change graphics, base, and core | 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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On this month’s ETT, it’s time to “Spruce things up” with a snowboard made out of discarded Christmas trees. Dave Lee and the Signal snowboard factory crew take on this arboreal challenge utilizing tree trunks to create the snowboard’s topsheet and core. The experimental board comes out of the presses looking ride-able, so it’s off to Southern California’s Mountain High Resort to see if the wood is good! Who would have ever guessed that your snowboard gift wasn’t under the tree, but was the tree itself? Merry riding!

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