A bit confused but that is cool. Don't work for a board company, I work for CDI Fins a couple friends and I started it up three years ago. As far as the boards go I make them for fun and have been doing it since '94. Just rode board number 32 for the first time this weekend. It is pretty cumbersom since it is made out of wood. I modeled it after the LF 140 Balance and actually rides exactly the same as far as I can tell. Now I am going to get the bondo and hacksaw out and make some changes to it to try and improve how it rides. Once I figure out what I want then the real work starts to make a sweet board. I basically carve it out of a special unidirectional foam, put balsa in it where the core needs the high strength. Then put a couple layers of hybrid carbon fiber on it and throw it in a vacuum bag to suck everything together. The cool thing is how light the boards are, the one in my profile picture weighs 3lbs 9 oz. The thing that sucks is how much it cost to make board, usually about $350. Dope sorry for the novel.
Skiing made me board,
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