Best boards on the planet IMO.
The R/C camber is great, the build quality is second to none, and they are TANKS. Plus, they have something for everyone. The boards run the gamut for hard charging freeride boards to park boards.
I'm one of the few who is butthurt that they no longer offer a traditional camber option. The R/C tech is great and I prefer it in 90% of conditions, but there are conditions where camber is king. There's a reason why it dominated snow sports - skiing too, not just snowboarding - for the majority of snow sports history. If it's icy or the terrain is sketchy, give me camber. A good, stiff cambered plank grips like a mofo and there's nothing like it when the conditions call for it. Luckily, I've got just the stick in my quiver for that - an 08/09 NS Heritage.
I'll say this for sure, they're the only boards out there that I'd even consider paying retail price for. I won't say they're the only boards I'll buy, because I own other boards because can't miss deals can be found, but if we're looking at sticker price, then give me a NS.
Last edited by linvillegorge; 02-06-2011 at 12:17 AM.