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Cool 2009 Never Summer Evo (Art) series r.c. or just c?

An employee from N.S. stated that the 2009 Evo (artist) edition snowboard has the rocker/camber and vario power grip but how can I visibly tell for sure? It lays like a regular cambered board but a bit more off the ground in between the bindings... which is why I'm a little confused. Am I blind or did I get ripped?

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If you put it flat it'd V out from the middle.

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let me guess... you bought it from evogear?

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Does it look like this::::


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They were made both ways. There's a pic of a new SL-R on this page that should give you the idea of what it'll be: http://www.snowboardingforum.com/gen...oodness-3.html It shouldn't be a smooth arc from tip to tail. It should be noticeable.
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They were made both ways. There's a pic of a new SL-R on this page that should give you the idea of what it'll be: http://www.snowboardingforum.com/gen...oodness-3.html It shouldn't be a smooth arc from tip to tail. It should be noticeable.
Did you not notice the pic I used?!?!?! ^

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Did you not notice the pic I used?!?!?! ^
SORRY, YOU POSTED WHILE I WAS REPLYING!!!!! I hit reply then opened another window to find the thread. Finding that thread took me a few minutes. Besides, there's some other nice pics in the thread.
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hehe it's all good just bustin your ballz! Def some nice pics! My forces and 390's came so time to take some pics myself before they get destroyed!

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Imma snag the revolver 156w when the funds are available.
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