Slushy snow at speed - board shudders?
I've had 3 trips to the mountain on a new NS Evo (1 powder, 1 packed powder, 1 slush). The first 2 times the board performed amazingly. It stayed on top of the powder and carved it effortlessly. In the packed powder, I could bomb at high speeds and carve without a problem.
But last night it was 55F outside and the snow was very slushy. When carving in it, the board would shudder - almost uncontrollably. A few times, I had to sit it down to regain control.
Is this because it's too soft of a board for those conditions?