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Old 09-01-2010, 07:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi im looking at the neversummer evo 2010 i was looking at the price a since they seem to have the best customer service and every one on here has something positive to say about them im 5 11 140 pound and have a size 11 boot i figured that a 153 would be good for me but i think its a little small for me because of the board width and i ride a little duck 15/-9 i just getting used to it so i probably start tweaking the back foot a little more so i was wondering if it would work for me and the reason i didn't get the 2011 model is because im 16 and it will be a little expense

heres the link Never Summer Evo-R Purple Snowboard Model 2010
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Old 09-01-2010, 08:13 AM   #2 (permalink)
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What style of rider are you? What part of Michigan?
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im a freestyle rider but i still what a board to take on other side of the mountain and and i live in battle creek about 2 hours from Detroit but mainly park riding
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Old 09-01-2010, 08:23 AM   #4 (permalink)
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the rocker and camber tech in the board make it really flexy and buttery in the park but also good float for backcountry. if your 50/50, like me, i say jump for it. i also looked at the legacy before deciding on the revolver though (wider evo).
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Old 09-01-2010, 08:24 AM   #5 (permalink)
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how many times are you going to make the same thred? just bump your old one
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ya i dont no exactly it depends if i can get the money for it i think its like 12 dollars for a lift ticket after i pay 50 for to join the ski club at my school
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Get the Evo-R. I ride a lot of park but also ride a lot of powder and all mountain, and it performs amazingly. The R/C tech gives you a fun board but also lets you float well in pow. Also, I ride a lot in Michigan and with all of the ice we get, the vario sidecut helps a ton, it's basically the same thing as Lib Techs MTX.
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I rock mine all over the hill!! The R/C grabs the Michigan ice really good. I use mine at Mt Holly 25 times and had a ton of fun with it last year.

Go for it!!

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I rock mine all over the hill!! The R/C grabs the Michigan ice really good. I use mine at Mt Holly 25 times and had a ton of fun with it last year.

Go for it!!

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Hell yeah man! Nice setup, just like mine

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Hell yeah man! Nice setup, just like mine
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