SoCal "Harbies" Slant Board Building Party

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SoCal "Harbies" Slant Board Building Party

Postby arothafel » Wed Oct 16, 2013 3:44 pm

When: Saturday, October 19th
Time: 12 noon-ish....
Where: 9342 Villa Vista Way | Villa Park, CA 92861


The Southern California Chapter of PMTS is having a slant board building party. (Bring your own wood and carpet).
We'll provide the expertise, power tools and beer. (What could be better than power tools and beer!).

BBQ lunch during and after construction.

Attending so far is Miles, Bev, Paul and me.

Any and all are welcome...!

R.S.V.P. to: Art Rothafel via this post or call me 714-404-1800

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Re: SoCal "Harbies" Sland Board Building Party

Postby HighAngles » Wed Oct 16, 2013 4:09 pm

I got on my slant board this past weekend for the first time this season. It got me thinking about what material would be ideal as the covering. You really want something that when you're edged holds you just like on snow, but also is slippery enough so that when the boots are flat you slip down the board just like when you are on snow. The indoor/outdoor carpet I used isn't exactly slippery when my boots are flat on the board. Anyone else have any opinions about whether or not that should be the goal and what material should be used?
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Re: SoCal "Harbies" Slant Board Building Party

Postby milesb » Fri Feb 14, 2014 6:21 pm

Slant board is for practicing the movements in a non-reactive environment (no pedantics, please). Slipping when flat would inhibit this practice.
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