Joined: Thu Nov 20, 2008 9:10 pm Posts: 1411 Location: UT
Not having the inside edges sealed is bad, so if they won't at least seal it with epoxy, I'd pass. If you have a lot of specific tweaks you like on a board I would probably buy that board and then have customsplitboards.com do the deed. Then again if you are riding a lot of rocks, that might be a lot of coin to drop.
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Joined: Mon Dec 29, 2008 10:09 pm Posts: 7 Location: Big Timber Montana
thanks alot i figured it would be alot of money im sure they seal the inside edge but i dont think they put the metal edge in and i plan i traversing and stuff like and i was wondering if not haveing the edge there would be a problem or not? how much does custom splitboards .com charge?
Joined: Sat Feb 04, 2006 8:59 am Posts: 549 Location: Stowe, VT
In the long run, a pre-built split from Voile is the least expensive option. If you have something about a board that you really like, then getting a custom split by Monk or someone else is still well worth it. I would only go to a shop if they can show you examples of their work. Better yet, they should be willing to provide the board AND split it, and give you the option of turning it down if they do a crappy job.