Definition of sandboard in English:


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A long, narrow board, often a modified snowboard, used for sliding down sand dunes.
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  • This is an evening ritual - sandboards slide faster when the dunes have cooled down.
  • While snowboards certainly influenced the sandboard's design various details needed to be rethought.
  • It looked kind of like a sandboard crossed with a skateboard.



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  • We found that there were several thousand sandboarders out there who were making boards and carving dunes completely unknown to each other thinking they were the only ones doing this crazy sandboard thing!
  • The sandboarders are in their 20s, all quite fit, and easygoing.
  • Sandboarders compare the feeling of flying down a dune to anything from surfing to snowboarding, depending on which discipline they come from.


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  • Although the story told here is about kayaking, it could just as easily be about mountain biking, rock-climbing, sandboarding, jet-skiing, or myriad other forms of adventure recreation.
  • Exploring expansive salt lakes in a boat after rain, sailboarding, and sandboarding, sitting on top of Mt. Gillen - the bush beckons.
  • Today ‘Sandboard Magazine’ on line is the center for international and local sandboarding.

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