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Old 01-27-2011, 02:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Yep bought it 429.00 they beat daddies sale price.. I pick it up tomrow because they didnt have my size at store it has to be shipped from warehouse.

2011 NS SL 161 Black top sheet
Thats just what Im ridding now. Its a pretty awesome stick
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Thats just what Im ridding now. Its a pretty awesome stick
Yea it was a tough call between that and the heritage.. The premier seemd to stiff and heavy.. Im pretty pumped , throwing some targas on it tomrow and riding mt baker all weekend.
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I demoed the Premier too and loved it. I wanted a more all around so I went with the SL.
If you can only have 1 board the SL is the answer. Of course I also have a pintail pow stick and a little park noodle and my splitboard but I wanted 1 board for those days when I want to hit all over the hill.
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Yea my first NS only had Libs and GNU's.. Maybe i never go back to mervin
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I demoed the Premier too and loved it. I wanted a more all around so I went with the SL.
If you can only have 1 board the SL is the answer. Of course I also have a pintail pow stick and a little park noodle and my splitboard but I wanted 1 board for those days when I want to hit all over the hill.

Straight freeriding and few jumps, Im in my early 30's too old for the park lol
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Straight freeriding and few jumps, Im in my early 30's too old for the park lol
Im not 30 for another year but me and the park are not friends. I can barely handle the grom park. My park skills are reserved for pow landings in the woods.
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Straight freeriding and few jumps, Im in my early 30's too old for the park lol
The kids laugh at me when they see me in the park. Not sure if it's because of my poor skills or because I wear my pants around my waist and not my knees.

I'm looking at a Premier as well, but I abhor paying full price for a board. Anyone know when/where I might find a good deal on one in the off season? Hoping for 25% off, minimum...
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The kids laugh at me when they see me in the park. Not sure if it's because of my poor skills or because I wear my pants around my waist and not my knees.

I'm looking at a Premier as well, but I abhor paying full price for a board. Anyone know when/where I might find a good deal on one in the off season? Hoping for 25% off, minimum...
go to daddiesboardshop.com they have premiers for 458.00 then take that and go to a local shop that will match and beat that price. I paid 429 out the door for my ns sl 2011
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I can't believe I came to this thread after checking out at evo.com...I would be pissed but daddies doesn't have the Heritage. Phew.
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