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The Snowboard Cores are the snowboard's engine room. It is where the riding characteristics are created and it's one of the most important areas of the board. It's essentially several laminated strips of wood glued together - from which the rest of the board is built around.

So what separates a good core from a not so good one? And how will it affect your riding?


Each species of tree has slightly different attributes which engineers take advantage of in order to create responsive and fun boards. Each species' attributes are measured against four factors:

Density - A measure of mass per unit of volume. (the amount of wood packed into 1 square inch)

Burst strength - The pressure at which body will burst. (the force needed to squash a piece of wood from each end till it breaks outwards)

Tensile strength - Measures the force required to pull something such to the point where it breaks

Flex strength –The pressure required to bend a cross-section until it fractures.

Poplar tree


Both woods are classed as mid-hardness and have almost identical properties. These woods can form the whole Wood Core Skis (usually on beginner to intermediate boards) or the main foundation for higher-spec cores.

Beech tree


Again, these woods have similar properties and are used to create performance zones within the core. These harder woods are more resistant to compression and are stiffer and heavier. For this reason they are normally only used within strategic areas of the board. Combining the harder woods with a mid-hard wood allows the designer to optimize the performance and weight.

Paulownia tree


Paulownia is one of the new woods being used in snowboard manufacturing. It has several properties that make it attractive to snowboard designers. The first of these is its combination of lightweight and strength. Weighing not much more than super light Balsa wood Paulownia has a strength rating closer to the traditional woods used in core building.

Different board cores are suitable for different kinds of board like Edge Glued BoardFinger Jointed Board ans so on. They are designed as Surfboard CoresSkateboard Wood CoresSurfboard CoresWooden CraftsSolid Wood Beam and Wood Slats as well.

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