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View Poll Results: '09 GNU Riders Choice vs '09 Neversummer Legacy-R
'09 GNU Riders Choice (BTX) 6 40.00%
'09 Neversummer Legacy-R (RC and Vario) 9 60.00%
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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-10-2009, 07:21 AM
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GNU Riders Choice vs Neversummer Legacy-R

Ive narrowed it down to these 2 for my out-of-the-park deck but its such a hard decision

GNU vs NS
BTX vs Vario
Banana vs RC

PLEASE HELP ME!
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-10-2009, 11:27 AM
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please explain your reasons for your vote too
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NS. No question. Why? They fucking rock. Made in the USA. 3-warranty. Bullet proof decks. And it's worth something to support the "little guy." Never Summer, for the win.

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NS. No question. Why? They fucking rock. Made in the USA. 3-warranty. Bullet proof decks. And it's worth something to support the "little guy." Never Summer, for the win.
They both make great boards, but I have to agree that NS has the rep for uber-tough boards. They got a 3 year warranty, don't lose their pop, and I haven't seen any other boardmakers featured in Composite Technology Magazine.
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I don't have much info for you but i vote NS because i'm gettin a legacy in a few days.
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id love to demo them but they never have demo events anywhere remotely close to baltimore
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NS, I've never heard anything bad about their boards and they always look amazing. I wish they made wide boards though.
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NS, I've never heard anything bad about their boards and they always look amazing. I wish they made wide boards though.
Uhm, they do.

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d'oh! woops. Didn't see that
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you think the vario grip compares to the magne traction on the icy slopes of the east coast?
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