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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-11-2014, 11:50 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone have anything nice to say (or not) about this board and its ride?

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A guy on my local craigslist is selling it for $300. I might come buy and pick it up tomorrow. It is (Never Summer Cobra) 158

Also would the size be right for me? Im fairly good at snowboarding and im about 200lbs 6'1. Thanks
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You didn't really do a search in the review section did you?

It all depends on what you want to use it for.

For powder it is small, go bigger.

For mt. riding and cruising around it is fine.

Is Never Summer a new company?
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You didn't really do a search in the review section did you?

It all depends on what you want to use it for.

For powder it is small, go bigger.

For mt. riding and cruising around it is fine.

Is Never Summer a new company?
Naw Never summer has been out for I think 17 years..? So 158 would be small for me...damn. Im just going to be taking it to like...Brian Head, UT....and Big Bear in California.
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can anybody tell me if this board would be right for me? im also a size 12 for shoes/boots
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I looked into the board and it seems like an amazing board all around.
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I looked into the board and it seems like an amazing board all around.
but is 158 too small for a guy like me?
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If you look a little more into sizing, 158 is too small for 200lb and size 12 boots.

Never Summer Snowboard Size Chart - 2014 | evo
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If you look a little more into sizing, 158 is too small for 200lb and size 12 boots.

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wow! thanks for that. Looks like I wont be buying it then
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It might be but is you prefer a board that you can control all of the get it.
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jesus, is this thread and the responses legit? yeah you can ride it. feet are borderline, depends on your stance width and angles. fwiw I'm around 220-230 and ride an SL 158.

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