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NS evo-r or Burton twin???

ok sooo i need help guys.. im getting a new stick this year and i cannot decide.
i ride mostly park, rails, and some jumps thrown in there too. i like flex but not rubber. i have never owned a burton or neversummer, but from what i hear on here is that nobody likes mainstream burton. so what are your opinions. burton Twin or NS EVO-R...help aprreciated.
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Never Summer Evo-R no question.
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I swear I'm going to make a list of all the threads with 'Evo' in the title that we've seen for the past month.

Evo-R. Don't question. Just do.

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i say the next "NS Evo-r vs ???" thread we see we just list every single evo thread as the answer.


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i say the next "NS Evo-r vs ???" thread we see we just list every single evo thread as the answer.
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The Evo-R is a great stick but it's not a total park noodle! If you want a more noodley NS check out the Circuit-R!


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