NS Premier and Heritage overlap?
experienced rider 75%, 25% freeride to park (mostly jumps)
majority of days in Catskills and VT with 4-8 days out west per season.
Current rides: Never Summer Premier F1-R 163 and Burton Nug 150
I am thinking about adding a Heritage to my quiver to slot in between my Nug (smaller resort board) and Premier (pure freeride, but I am thinking it may not be the right choice. If i went with a 160 Heritage, do you think there would be too much overlap with my Premier? Should I go with a 158 Heritage to make it a little more playfull and all mountain, or should I just go with the 158 SL.
I have the Premier and owned an Evo-R and have ridden the 2011 SL and Heritage. Biased toward the Heritage but that was before I had a Nug and was looking for something more playful. Now I want something I can still hit some park features on but will work as my freestyle board out west or be brought out when conditions are too much for the Nug.