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We love Signal Snowboards' Every Third Thursday webisodes.
The show, which has just entered it's fourth season, is sort of a Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory style snowboard build-fest, with Signal Founder Dave Lee and his gang of Oompa-Loompas dreaming up new and creative ways to build snowboards, and have as much fun as possible with it along the way.
To celebrate the launch of the new series, we thought it would be rad to take a look at some of our favourite ETT builds over the past few seasons. Take a look at our top five picks and let us know if we missed any of your favourites!
Kicking off at number five we have the...
[part title='Lego Snowboard']
We spent hundreds of hours playing with these little coloured blocks as kids and the mere thought of combining Lego with a snowboard is enough to bring out the big kid in all of us. We reckon Signal should seriously consider doing a legit production model with a Lego topsheet. We'd definitely buy one for the office!
[part title='Bass Guitar Snowboard']
We love seeing a challenging build come together and Dave and the gang certainly had a tricky one to pull off when they set out to incorporate a Fender bass guitar into a snowboard. But by the looks of things it couldn't have worked out any better - not only could the bass be played in your regular way but you could also ride it and create some soulful grooves! Slappy shredding at its finest!
[part title='Surf Snowboard']
This ETT episode was rad. The concept? A snowboard/surfboard hybrid that was equally at home in the ocean as it was in powder. Dave Lee roped in surf legend Rob Machado to test the unique creation in the Californian swell before taking it up to Baldface lodge for some snow sliding. Awesome.
[part title='Fragile Glass Snowboard']
Signal pretty much blew our minds with this build - an earth shattering masterpiece of a snowboard, cut, pressed and tempered entirely from glass. This one needs to be seen to be believed...
[part title='The iShred Snowboard']
Signal's tribute to the late Steve Jobs was nothing short of breathtaking. Their incorporation of an actual iPad into a snowboard topsheet was celebrated all over the internet - and rightly so. The attention to detail was second to none, the build quality, unparalleled and the design - beautifully and unapologetically sophisticated...
(Oi Apple, wanna give us a job writing the scripts for your commercials?)
Have we missed any of your favourite builds? As always, let us know in the comments section below!