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OneBallJay Steel Bastard Files

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    • One Color, 10in
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    5 Reviews


    Sharpens edges so you can slash across icy slopes without sliding like a noob.

    All shred and no tune makes Jack's edges dull. Good thing OneBallJay created these Steel Files for sharpening those bad-boys to a fine finish. Two lengths of files gives you the option to choose your poison to match your tuning preferences. Just grab an edge guide and a little duct tape, and use these steel tools to bring your snowboard edges back to life.
    • Item #OBJ0093

    Tech Specs

    hardened steel
    8 in, 10 in
    Recommended Use
    tuning edges
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Who likes edges, anyway?

      Quality file at a steal of a price. I have not personally used it to tune or sharpen my edges, but it certainly works to take the edge off. Not as harsh as many coarse files but you still may want to run a gummy stone over your edges after filing.

      OneBallJay Steel Bastard Files

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Pretty basic file here - similar to what you might find at a hardware store - but it's always nice to support a company you've had good experiences with. Besides, its only $10.

      I love OneBallJay waxes, so I figured I'd buy their file as well.

      This file works great for sharpening or de-turning your snowboard/ski edges.

      I bought it in the 10 inch variety for some added control.

      Tune and Detune

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Mainly use this guy for sharpening my ice tools, but will probably use it on my skis as well. To be completely honest, it's no different than any other single-cut bastard file, but the price is pretty reasonable.

      Just remember; files cut on the *push* stroke, not the pull stroke!