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Old 12-17-2013, 09:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am trying to decide between 2 boards. Yes, Pick Your Line or a Never Summer, Raptor.

They are both powder orientated quiver killers which is exactly what I am looking for. The PYL has a camber between your feet and the Raptor has rocker between your feet.

I cant seem to make up my mind, I ride a medium sized hill that gets a lot of snow but it can also be bullet proof on occasion. I don't want to get another board for my quiver I want this to be my quiver. I want this to be a jack of all trades, I can't afford and don't want to ride several boards. I want to have a long and fulfilling relationship with this board so I am taking a long ass time deciding, trying to get a lot of peoples input.
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Old 12-17-2013, 11:02 PM   #2 (permalink)
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ns all the way over yes, the rc is real playful but down to business, and last alooong time. I had a ns evo (more park) 2 winters ago super tank of a board in terms of quality.. the raptor is real sturdy with stiffer flex pattern. Imo that is.
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Old 12-18-2013, 11:35 PM   #3 (permalink)
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The PYL is more of a traditional which is what I ride now but the Raptor looks like it really utilizes the rocker/camber tech that NS has. And I have a NS dealer in town but YES I would have to order from somewhere
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What kind of riding do you do? I certainly wouldn't call these boards quiver killers or jack of all trades rides. There are better more all around boards out there that still do well in the pow.
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Old 12-19-2013, 08:29 AM   #5 (permalink)
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The hill i ride most gets a lot of snow(they say 41 ft average) with a lot of tree runs and slack country, can get bullet proof in February if they don't get anything new for a week or so. They do get a park with big booters and a boarded cross course but not until the last half of the year after most of the major dumps are done but I dont really ride those much maybe a run or two just to check it out, there is enough in the trees to keep me busy. Not looking for a good all around board, looking for a pow board that will still do well on groomers. Would prefer directional, set back, some sort of goofy side cut, and have some sort of rocker/camber profile.
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Old 12-19-2013, 11:24 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Burton Sherlock. Not directional but you can of course set the bindings back. Loves powder good on groomers. So-so on ice but you're in BC.

Very deep sidecut too.

I have one and if I lived in bc and only wanted one board it would be my choice for a one boArrd quiver.
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