If this convinced you that you immediately and under all circumstances need a noseguard STOP! Instead of hitting up the next onlineshop to order some noseguards, safe some money and build your own one. Done in no time with some scrap metal, some tweezers, a drill and a little angle grinder like the infamous Dremel (wear your safety googles, the helmet of the workbench!). Of course some minimal skills with power tools come also in handy but really, it's a piece of cake.
On we go!
Step 1: Metal Scavenging
Step 2: Drill Them Holes
wrapping it in a piece of paper helps with the marking since most metals (especially the black one I used) don't really like to be drawn on somehow
and then drill, ideally with corectly sized drill (attention, no pictures provided! If unsure how that drilling thing works, ask mom or dad...)
if you want to get all fancy, smooth the edges of the holes with a bigger drill afterwards until smooth like baby butts. However, if you like skretching your fingers from time to time for manly hands, leave them as they are...
Step 3: Sparks!
Step 4: The Last Twist
now the moment has come for your pliers to shine! bend the noseguard so it protects the full front of the board.
again optional but helpful to avoid cuts, scars and hepatitis: try avoiding sharp edges and bend those over as well
Step 5: Marvel
congrats, your board is now even closer to an armed medieval destrier. now go shred some hills...