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if u could only choose 1 board to ride all season long on the mtn. what would u choose???? just was bored and figured this would be a good long topic i could read..haha
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Never Summer Evo-R hands down over everything else I own. It kills it all!


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Never Summer Evo-R hands down over everything else I own. It kills it all!
you choosing a NS board...who'd ever thought! haha seriously though for a good all around board for everyday ive been lookin hard at those SL-R's & evo-r....
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if u could only choose 1 board to ride all season long on the mtn. what would u choose???? just was bored and figured this would be a good long topic i could read..haha
Have you checked out Snowboard Size Chart? It basically runs through all your stats and helps you pick out the perfect gear.
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Have you checked out Snowboard Size Chart? It basically runs through all your stats and helps you pick out the perfect gear.
snowboard sizing charts dont really work all that well and hes asking what board would you pick if you could only pick one. it suppose to be more of a fun post, not what gear should i get.


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If I had to pick just 1 board, it would be my Bataleon 159 Riot. Only time it felt like the wrong board to take up to the hill is when I was at Loveland riding in 3 feet of powder at the end of last season.
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I had this same thought last year while upgrading, bought a SL-R and couldnt be happier.

There are other companies/boards i was looking at as well, but i didnt want a banana and i had heard great things from BA and some other people on Sierrasnowboarding forums about the SL-R and their reverse camber tech so i decided to give it a try...

You can definitely see the difference in acceptance this year, on this forum and others there is a lot more talk about NS boards than there was last year it seems. After seeing the manufacturing video for NS where they make all their boards it made me glad to support their local(US) work.

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you choosing a NS board...who'd ever thought! haha seriously though for a good all around board for everyday ive been lookin hard at those SL-R's & evo-r....
Gotta support the local boys!!! I have seriously rode NS's off and on for 10 years. The new R/C line is BADASS. I demo'd one as soon as I could and bought one shortly after. NS has had no problems making quality product and keeping it's brand solid but the new R/C Vario boards really have to be ridden to be appreciated!!!


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Gotta support the local boys!!! I have seriously rode NS's off and on for 10 years. The new R/C line is BADASS. I demo'd one as soon as I could and bought one shortly after. NS has had no problems making quality product and keeping it's brand solid but the new R/C Vario boards really have to be ridden to be appreciated!!!

hey id do the same if i had a local co. like that, but here theres not enough snow! lol anyways i really like the graphics on the revolver-r better then i do the evo-r, but isnt it just a wide evo-r or am i wrong?

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