Board Bog: Revolutionary New Board Repair Now Available at Slyde

by steve watts February 06, 2013

Board Bog new board repair now available at Slyde

Board Bog is a revolutionary new board repair product that is completely unique in that is the only temporary repair product that will fix any type of board for any water sports use. It is a flexible patch that is designed to temporarily seal any ding and can be left on for as long as required. It will never leak or come off until intentionally removed. It differentiates from any of the other repair products by having no curing/drying time and no need to sand the product. After application, just smooth it with your finger and get back in the water. We have used Board Bog on cracks on both a polyester board and an epoxy board. It is great for that temporary fix to get you out in the water quicker. Also, it wasn’t a hassle to get off like wax usually is.

Like? Get it here at the Slyde Shop.

For more reviews, check out the Hungry Walrus.

Board bog new board repair now available at SlydeMore About Board Bog

  • It's an easy to use, temporary or permanent repair.
  • It pulls off with minimal residue if you want the professional fix.
  • It's super sticky, so it will stay on under any conditions.
  • It's travel safe, so you can take it on any surf trip.
  • It requires no sanding or drying time, so as soon as you apply it, you can surf with it.
  • It's specially formulated to never completely harden for easy removal.
  • It's a quick fix for both polyester and epoxy boards (and SUPs, kiteboards, handboards, etc).
steve watts
steve watts

Growing up in South Africa, Steve spent his youth dreaming of far off places. After spending eight years extensively traveling to many of the great surf destinations of the world getting dengue fever, having a near death experience from a falling coconut in mexico, Surviving a 15 foot drop on a handboard on a Nias bomb, jumping from every rock he could find without adequate health insurance. and comprehensively debunking the myth there are no waves in Thailand, even if they are small. He decided it was time for a a degree. Steve Graduated from Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design in London with a degree in product design. He missed his graduation to go surfing in Californian, found a kindred spirit with Venice and never left

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