So without much ado,I dug out the old vokle skis from the shed and got stuck in with a grinder and.............. that's pretty much the only tool you need.
I've made various types of bows over the years and this has been the simplest and most powerful by far and can also be dismantled for ease of storage or transport.
length and width of finished bow is personal preference and I imagine different eras or skis and models could be stronger or more flex.You could probably use a snowboard as would have benefit of having both ends re- curved or a freestyle ski ( but could be too long)
Like most sports you can set yourself up fro the whole sport at a garage sale for about 20 bucks, but whats the fun in that?
Step 1: Selecting ski
Angle grinder plus cutting disc and burnishing disk G cramps x 2
rule nylon cord ( venetion blind string is ideal for bow string)
marker pen or some sort Arrows