Ski graphics are usually a combination of a resin tint on the bottom, where pigments are added to the epoxy resin, and spray on the top. The bottom is most likely to scratch and having the colour intrinsic to the laminate means that a design cannot be scratched off. The top can also be done in the same way but there are limitations due to the overlaps at the rails. In many cases skis are left mainly white on top to reduce the heat build up or in the case of carbon kevlar white graphics added to the ski to lighten the colour for the same reason. Decals can either be printed versions or individualised by using a hand process after lamination. Examples shown here show some of the possibilities.