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24Dave
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tinted topsheets

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Anyone know who manufactures the tinted topsheets that are pretty popular these days?

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MontuckyMadman
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Post by MontuckyMadman »

I think you will have to be more specific or post an example of what you are talking about.
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24Dave
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Post by 24Dave »

Sure MM, Like this Dupraz board:
http://www.dupraz-snow.com/dupraz-d1-6-3.html

or this Gentemstick:
http://www.gentemstick.com/productsDetail/id_129/

maybe they are done by isosport as the is one identifies:
http://furbergsnowboards.com/snowboards ... ide-split/

I guess I am wondering if any of these tinted topsheets have filtered down to any suppliers to folks like us.

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Post by chrismp »

That is just sublimated clear topsheet (e.g. Isosport 8210) with no coating on the back.

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Post by 24Dave »

Ok, so it is standard 8210 topsheet with a transparent printing on it, done the same way an opaque topsheet would be done?

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Post by MontuckyMadman »

Yeah subbed clear top.
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Post by mammuth »

In mass production its screen printed with translucent colors.
Tom

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