In the season premier of Signals Snowboards ETT, the guys are on location in New Zealand’s Milford Sound, where they attempt to use the worlds largest snowboard press, the ocean. If you have ever tried build a snowboard you might know that the pressure required to press a snowboard 350-560kPa or about 50 psi and at 100 feet under the sea the pressure is around 400.334 kPa, or about 58.08psi. So in theory this could just work, so why not give it a try.
As an avid scuba diver I must admit this was a pretty cool idea. I just hope in the future someone takes this a step farther and figures out how to mount some type of Seascooter on a Snowboard so you can shred under water!
I look forward to Signals Snowboards ETT (Every Third Thursday), but honestly this was one was not one of their best. Despite the fact that it is their most view ETT to date. Although the a glass snowboard would make a great piece of art work, it just not as stimulating as some o of their more functional functional creations. Such as the:
Signal Snowboards keeps coming up with the wildest ideas to incorporate into their Every Third Thursday boards. Sure there has been a Bullet Proof, Adaptive, Paintball, Candy boards, and countless other but this might be the most realistic deck that could be used. How many time have been snowboarding when your phone of camera battery goes dead? Probably a few times.
The Signal Solar Snowboard can charge your batteries while riding or while it’s mounted on top of your roof rack. Sick.
There’s no better way to split up your day checking out Signal snowboard Every Third Thursday! These videos just keep getting better and better this board is built with some sweets options and a some crazy surprises inside.
The House Boardshop and Signal Snowboards got together to ask their facebook fans to submit ideas for the widely popular “Every Third Thursday”. After more than a thousands submissions for ideas the crew at Signal decided to build the “Board Game” Snowboard.
Much like a game of skate (or horse if you are playing B-ball) the board uses a toggle and trick list to determine which rider is the winner.
Check out Signal’s Jake Olson-Elm and friends playing the first ever “Board Game” in the video above. Huge thanks to all of our facebook fans for submitting their ideas for this latest Every Third Thursday.
You can check out all the past Every Third Thursday board builds here.