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2010 Never Summer Evo-R Review

Im thinking about going out and buying the new evo-r but ive heard good and bad things about it. Some people say its a little heavy and stiff...other say its just perfect...i currently ride a forum and want something in reverse camber.....any opinions on the Evo? Greatly Appreciated..
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What are these bad things you heard, and from where?

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I loved it when I had it but it just wasn't the board I was looking for. At some point though I would like to own another one. They are fun, quality boards.
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I used my EVO-R for the first time yesterday. The board didn't feel heavy at all. It felt like a toy
very easy to turn.

When I decided on the EVO I wanted a softer all mountain board. The board held a edge vary well.
I rode on frozen, man made, groomed ice.

I'm so glad I bought this board.

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thanks everyone greatly appreciated
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this board is awesome. it does everything very well from carving to jibbing, but what impresses me the most is the pop in this board. I really never thought a new board could give you like six feet more air to your ollie before I rode this thing. I was almost frightened when I gave the tail a little press and up like a frog I went. If there's one thing that matches the ollie power on this board its the smoothness of the landings, never felt anything like it, so consistent, I love my new evo.
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He meant 6 inches more air^^
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