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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-20-2009, 01:10 AM
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Talking NS EVO R or Revolver R

Whats up guys.. I'm Thinking of buying a new park stick but I can't decide between the two. I know the Revolver R is just the wider version of the EVO but you know which one would be better for my size. 5"10 170 size 10 boots.... Also what size board would be ideal my size? I was thinking of 155
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You should be fine on the Evo 155.

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The EVO is fine for you.
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The evo looks much cooler than the revolver. If I had a smaller boot size I'd definitely go for the EVO.

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you could probably size down smaller than that since its a park board

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you could probably size down smaller than that since its a park board
I wouldnt go any smaller, otherwise you get down to a 24.3 waist. Even with size 9 Rulers(that have a smaller footprint) i have some overhang at +12/-12 on my 151 SL-R with 24.3 waist, if you had size 10's you'd have too much IMO.

Im assuming your not just buying it to be some trashed jib stick, but more capable of doing things other than lapping the park.

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Sweet thanks for the feedback.. I'll go with the EVO. YOu guys know any websites with good deals? I know tactics had a sale but I think they sold out. $350... You guys think I should wait till the end of march or is now a good time to buy?
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Sweet thanks for the feedback.. I'll go with the EVO. YOu guys know any websites with good deals? I know tactics had a sale but I think they sold out. $350... You guys think I should wait till the end of march or is now a good time to buy?
Uhh you already missed most of the sales and their probably sold out...you may find some though if you search hard enough.
No point in waiting, they are sold out now and those that arent are still MSRP because people are buying them. If you can find one for even 50 under MSRP take it.

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There are EVO-R's out there in the $350-400 range. Google (and time) is your friend.
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