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So can we say that they're limited to Evo only? NS x EVO collab boards?
I'm not totally sure about that... I just specifically asked about evo because that's where I ordered the board.
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That new base on the heritage got me all worked up.. Dam thats nice.
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I have the black top with all black rome boss 390.
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That new base on the heritage got me all worked up.. Dam thats nice.
I know... at first I was pissed. Then I was like its way cooler than the other base!
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LOL i see that pitbull, I always have to get my dog out of pics, he is always trying to get in them
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I like the base on the EVO over the "Never Summer" on the SL.
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Badass!! Nice looking Pit
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Dude your setup on the SL looks so clean man. I love how this board looks and was strongly considering it for my first board but I'm not too sure its what I need for my style of riding. What do you plan on mainly using this SL for? I typically love cruising down the mountain but I want to learn more in the park, and pipe when the opportunity is there (I live in Florida so its not so often).

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The only other boards i have to compare is the burton custom, lib tech trs and the arbor formula but the sl is by far my favourite. I can cruise double blacks and hit the park and it's awesome for both. If you want a slightly more park friendly board then maybe check out the evo but there's no problems wih the sl unless you want to do a lot of jibbing (I mostly just like to hit the jumps)
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The only other boards i have to compare is the burton custom, lib tech trs and the arbor formula but the sl is by far my favourite. I can cruise double blacks and hit the park and it's awesome for both. If you want a slightly more park friendly board then maybe check out the evo but there's no problems wih the sl unless you want to do a lot of jibbing (I mostly just like to hit the jumps)
I see, I like jumps but I also plan on learning more jibbing aswell. How do you think the evo would hold up for jumps?

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I see, I like jumps but I also plan on learning more jibbing aswell. How do you think the evo would hold up for jumps?

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Guaranteed that both the boards will be more than enough for you. Just pick one.
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