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Harjim 02-17-2014 07:22 AM

Are there differences in the Never Summer line year to year for the same model?
 
Long time lurker making their first post so be nice ;). I've owned a Never Summer SL 158 since 2010 and it's been a really good all around board, mostly east coast riding.

5' 10"
175 lbs.
Size 11 boot

I mostly ride groomers, catch air and ride in the trees. Not much powder where I ride. Is the technology in the 2014 SL refined from what it was in 2010 or is it the same board with a new logo on the top sheet? At the same time is there another board that I should be considering that fits my body and riding style? I prefer NS only because I'm a sucker for well made products made in the US.

Thanks for reading and thanks for any input.

cav0011 02-17-2014 07:27 AM

There are some minor changes but 99% of the board is the same.

killclimbz 02-17-2014 07:36 AM

What cav said. Generally big changes become a new board.

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Harjim 02-17-2014 07:51 AM

Thanks for the responses guys i really appreciate it.

Dago91 02-17-2014 05:04 PM

The SL is being replaced this year by the snowtrooper which has some differences. Prob wait until next year to upgrade with new tech.:yahoo:

zuzupopo / Catalogues - Never Summer

Harjim 02-17-2014 09:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dago91 (Post 1546257)
The SL is being replaced this year by the snowtrooper which has some differences. Prob wait until next year to upgrade with new tech.:yahoo:

zuzupopo / Catalogues - Never Summer

Thanks I appreciate the advice. The SL has been pretty good to me so I'm not in a huge rush but I definitely want to look into getting something shiny and new :)


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