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Armandaleg

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Armandaleg last won the day on September 20 2019

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About Armandaleg

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    2008 Centurion Avalanche

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    Utah

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  1. That’s is awesome- I’ve thought about some similar designs. Looks great!
  2. Sweet project! Just curios, What resin did you use? Was is super fumey?
  3. Sorry - let me clarify. The padding on the Hendrix board is from Amazon- I believe it was about $30. The padding on the the wake skate that was just posted is yoga mat. Then, I just remembered, I also used some material called Soleflex- it is used in the shoe repair business. It comes in 1/8” up to half inch thick. It is super strong and I would say high quality. It is pictured on the rooster board- the large front pad. Hopefully this helps. Let me know if I can help any more.
  4. The padding on the board pictured is from Amazon. Although, this may sound weird, I have used yoga mats - just contact cement them in place. Way cheaper than the legit EVA padding. The wake skate padding is yoga mat and is about 4 years old. Other than the rope marks on the edges it has held up awesome.
  5. I’ve been making longboards for awhile so when it came time to make a wakesurf board- I basically made a big version of a longboard. Several renditions later, I’ve leared a lot. The boards have 4 layers Baltic Burch glued together with tightbond 3. My early boards had 4 hollow chambers- my latest “Jimi” board is foam core with FCS surf boxes. Sorry I don’t have pictures of the press when I shape the nose and hold everything together. “Jimi” was hand stenciled and measures 55” long and 20” wide. Pad kit and fins are from amazon. The smaller board was my first one. It measures 49”- basicall
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