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iFlipWhen it comes to boards there are lots of different options. Is he more of a softwood or hardwood kind of guy? Would you say he is more of a cherry or an oak, or sappy like a pine?
Then of course there is pressure-treated, rough-cut, milled, kiln-dried, etc.
Length is also a consideration. For most applications, an 8ft plank is appropriate. If there is a large span, you can try different joining methods such as splicing. However, this can mess with the aesthetics.
Here are some boards to get you thinking:
TitreTheeWow Thanks just the help I needed 😂
nostreboRWe still donít know if youíre talking about skis or snowbord
TitreTheeI said board as in snow board. I looked up a snow board question in google and this is the site that popped up so sorry if I offended anyone lol I still got what I needed so thanks guys