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Thanks leo. Has anyone jibbed with this board
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The carbonium top sheet definitely adds to the durability for sure. Not that any extra was needed, as all the NS line seems virtually indestructible. I like the SL but think it might be too stiff as I plan on spending more and more time in the park/jibbing. All 3 are close enough that I think there really isn't a wrong choice, and opinions will always vary. Good to hear specific thoughts though, really appreciate the input guys.
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You jacked my link! This is the only real reference I've seen to jibbing in any of the reviews....
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Proto being ridden.

Theres a few jibs in the vid.

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Thanks man. Looks like this is definitly my next board.
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Proto being ridden.

Theres a few jibs in the vid.
I just looked at one of their other videos, and omgg, sooooooooooooooooooo many evos and revolvers..
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There isn't a huge difference between the SL and Evo in terms of flex. The SL is one of the softest all mountain boards I've ever ridden.

IMO, the SL is a do everything board.
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can do everything from backcountry, bombing groomers, to park and pipe with the SL.
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Proto being ridden.

Theres a few jibs in the vid.
Watching this video, makes me wish the proto came out this year so I can get it for a little cheaper during the summer. Damn it looks like a fun board. I'm sure the SL will be too
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