To start with, I do not have any commercial interest in the No Mad business, I am just a real fan of this simple idea that assembles a piece of board over 2 half boards with 4 standard screws + 4 knobs (no screw driver needed) reusing the existing handle screw holes. The outside screws are separate from the footstraps ones.
This travel board concept is not going to be good for "Golf" bag sales
Furthermore, what I do not like in the golf bag concept is a huge 150$ bag that is used only once a year as I am not a golf player
Not suited for the boots of ordinary cars (no 4 Wheel drives), not satisfactory when transporting the family..
I wonder if a larger thicker directional would also be possible to engineer ?
A board longer than 160 cm would mean one of the bottom parts being longer than 80cm. It would not be reasonable to cut the bottom in more than 2 pieces as the overlapping areas would not be strong enough to cope with the torque after a jump. 2 screws per half.
For the directional, there is a tradeoff between the 80cm max length of the deck, its central position over the 2 sides of the directional (see last photograph below), the re-use of a maximum of existing screws (just my 2cents). Thicker or wider to provide more volume ?Why not ?
and possibly in a quad ?
What do you mean exactly ?
Unfortunately, the concept of the same deck with different bottoms and the process for use is a bit hard to completely visualize (because the pictures on the web site do not systematically illustrate the decks and the bottoms and how they assemble disassemble etc)
Taken from the following link;
I hope this helps