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So they moved the camber in closer under the binding, I wonder if this gets around the NS patent. Isn't this the same as Burtons Flying V?? and $559 yikes!!

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$560 isn't really that far from the NS SL-R's price of $500 or the Heritage's price of $540 or the Flying V's price of $530

Flying V is fundamentally different from NS RC or C2 or EC2 or enhanced BTX

flying v: rocker between the feet, camber under the inserts, rocker back out to the tips
rc: rocker between the feet, camber out to the tips

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$560 isn't really that far from the NS SL-R's price of $500 or the Heritage's price of $540 or the Flying V's price of $530

Flying V is fundamentally different from NS RC or C2 or EC2 or enhanced BTX

flying v: rocker between the feet, camber under the inserts, rocker back out to the tips
rc: rocker between the feet, camber out to the tips
Well $560 for a board with no carbon in it is steep. This board would actually be comparable to the evo @ $445. I know Lib uses all there hippy earth products great. But $560 for a pressable freestyle board is a little high. It is a cool looking board though.
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