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Old 08-31-2010, 05:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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NS SL 155
NS Circuit 155
NS Revolver 153 or 156

help me choose my park board... out of those 3 boards. i'm just dying to try out NS boards, can't help it no more... lol

i'm 5'10, 180 pounds and wear US10 lashed boots

i chucked in revolver in the list because i can't get evo in the size i want... and i really want to try out evo!! so thinking 153 revolver, would it be too wide and too short for me??

is SL more all moutain oriented? or would it be sweet in park as well? mostly jibbing and some jumps

and i haven't heard much about circuit...

help me making a decision please...
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Old 08-31-2010, 08:33 AM   #2 (permalink)
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NS SL 155
NS Circuit 155
NS Revolver 153 or 156

help me choose my park board... out of those 3 boards. i'm just dying to try out NS boards, can't help it no more... lol

i'm 5'10, 180 pounds and wear US10 lashed boots

i chucked in revolver in the list because i can't get evo in the size i want... and i really want to try out evo!! so thinking 153 revolver, would it be too wide and too short for me??

is SL more all moutain oriented? or would it be sweet in park as well? mostly jibbing and some jumps

and i haven't heard much about circuit...

help me making a decision please...

ive been wanting to try a NS board this year too....but im looking for a more all mtn. board and for jumps so im prbly goin with a 155 SL... but for u i would say of ur choices a revolver would be it
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Old 08-31-2010, 08:41 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Get a 155 Evo. You dont need a wide board. Circuit R would be the other park board but if you have the money, do the Evo. SL is not what you are looking for.
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Old 08-31-2010, 07:37 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Location?

I use a EVO for a all mountain board. In S/E Michigan are hills are small.
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Why can't you get a EVO?
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if there was an evo, i wouldn't bother thinking but.. its sold out around my area only size available is 161
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So tell your local shops that if they want your business then they will find you an Evo or you will order it online. You're spending hundreds of dollars on something that you will use for years. It is not your job to compromise and get a board with extra width and weight or features you have no use for. Riding a wide board when you don't have the feet for it is not fun. I know from expirience.
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yea i'd call shops and find them..the local shop here doesnt list 155's on their site, but usually if you call them they have more on stock or can tell you when they will be(Daddies Board Shop).
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Old 09-01-2010, 07:21 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Last year my dealer was out of stock. They called NS and ordered it for me.
It was in in less then a week.
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if there was an evo, i wouldn't bother thinking but.. its sold out around my area only size available is 161

Man up and get a real board!
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Old 09-01-2010, 09:55 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Would suggest you track down an EVO. No reason to get a revolver with size 10's. Your shop should have no problem locating one for you this early in the season as long as you are in the states.
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