EVERY THIRD THURSDAY: DEEP UNDERWATER SNOWBOARD PRODUCTION

The Signal Snowboards crew attempts to press a snowboard using the pressure of the ocean

ETT Season 4, episode 1: In the season premier of ETT, the Signal Snowboard crew attempts to use the naturally occurring deep ocean pressure to replace the role of a pneumatic press—the machinery currently used to bind the layers of a snowboard together—in production. On location in New Zealand's Milford Sound, ETT host Dave Lee and Signal Snowboard's co-founder Marc Wierenga hastily assemble the layers of the snowboard, then sink the final product 100 feet (30 meters) deep under the ocean with hopes that the pressure at these great depths will bind the layers. Natural production—is it possible? We find out in this episode of ETT!

Ads Served by the Boardworld Ad Network

Related Products

GoPro Anti-Fog Inserts

GoPro Anti-Fog Inserts

On Sale: AU$20.97 (Normally: AU$29.95)
BlackStrap Bandana — Shape Shifter

BlackStrap Bandana — Shape Shifter

On Sale: AU$25.46 (Normally: AU$29.95)
SOL Rescue Howler Whistle — 2-Pack

SOL Rescue Howler Whistle — 2-Pack

On Sale: AU$12.71 (Normally: AU$14.95)

Related Articles

Mark Suciu: Verso

Mark Suciu: Verso

A monumental skateboarding moment
STANDARD STUZZ - Episode 2

STANDARD STUZZ - Episode 2

Perisher Parks & Snowtunes Rail Jam
Snowtunes KFC Rail Jam 2019 - Full Video

Snowtunes KFC Rail Jam 2019 - Full Video

Mayhem on the shores of Lake Jindabyne