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Question slr vs evo r

hey has any one tried the new ns slr or evo r ?
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nobody has ever ridden a never summer

are they some company out of colorado or something

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Wtf.

I haven't tried either personally, but I know some who have, and they are both great boards. What kind of board are you looking for? Are you looking primarily for a Park board? Or more of an all-mountain/freestyle board? What is your riding style?


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nobody has ever ridden a never summer

are they some company out of colorado or something
I thought they went out of business?

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hi my riding style was just flat out as quick as i could go! but ive started getting into the park a little and riding with mates that like to mess around like you would on a skateboard. any ideas on which board ? with the new v rocker stuff do you have the boards smaller?
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Man, I'm starting to get slightly worried now :X. Just switched out my 2010 Banana for a 2010 Evo-R because I wanted something that would be just a LITTLE bit stiffer, but now I'm reading that the 2010 Evo-R is a noodle..urgh. I just don't want to have to worry about washout on medium sized kickers.
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No it still isn't a noodle. Neither is any Never Summer board ofr that matter. Besides the R.C. should help with washout.
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Man, I'm starting to get slightly worried now :X. Just switched out my 2010 Banana for a 2010 Evo-R because I wanted something that would be just a LITTLE bit stiffer, but now I'm reading that the 2010 Evo-R is a noodle..urgh. I just don't want to have to worry about washout on medium sized kickers.
If you were riding the Circuit R I'd say you're closer to riding something like a Banana. Evo R you're fine man.


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If you were riding the Circuit R I'd say you're closer to riding something like a Banana. Evo R you're fine man.
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No it still isn't a noodle. Neither is any Never Summer board ofr that matter. Besides the R.C. should help with washout.
Right on, that makes me feel better about the purchase! Can't wait for snow!

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