First, the Love; second, the Technique
Hello, once again
The cities and their noise, that’s where most boards end up going back.
In Argentina, 9 out of 10 people live in cities, thus, we assume that many splitboarders return to the city after having enjoyed the solitude of the mountains and their active silence.
The renowned architect Antonio Gaudí once said: “In order to do things properly, two requirements are essential: first, the Love, second, the Technique.
Our task is to spread maintenance, repair and optimization techniques. Learning to love your board requires practice, skills and observation, to obtain mutual benefits for you and your splitboard.
During the urban spells of melancholy and jonesing for the mountains, you may pay attention to your boards and obtain a double reward: putting your attention on something else, and organizing your gear.
Regular use and abuse of the board, demands regular maintenance. Mountainous and snow covered terrain, often hides rocks and tree trunks, making crashes inevitable; they’re part of the game.