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Cant find evo(152cm) should I settle for pickle?

Hi everyone,

a while back I asked for some opinions on a few boards, to cut a long story short . . .

I have decided I want to buy a 152cm never summer evo, however cant find any without paying a premium price ($500+)

Should I just settle for a park pickle($389), (most prob the Forest Bailey vesrion) as pickles can be had for a cheaper price or should I continue my search for an evo. . . ?

what would you do?


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are you not in the USA? who pays $500 for an evo?
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are you not in the USA? who pays $500 for an evo?
the retail price is 489, so most people.


i have this years evo in a 153 which i am consider selling soon but still need it for another month or so. if you still want one by then hit me up.


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Just about everyone will be paying $500.00 for the evo. The 152 will be $499.99 retail.

The season is almost upon us!!!!

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does the pickle have metal edge all the way around now or is it still only effective edge up to tip and tail? i've seen a few libs with delam from blunt trauma
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If your willing to wait for one on ebay I saw a new 2011 153cm evo go for about $320 shipped.
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Yep I don't live in the USA. In Australia. I would never consider buying anything from the stores here. They seem to enjoy marking the price up a few 100$$.

So if buying from America I would have to pay postage as well, hence why I'm trying to source one slightly cheaper, but want brand new.

There were a few on eBay., don't know why I didn't bid
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It's hard to find Never Summers on sale, especially these days when manufacturers produce only what's ordered.

I say wait for the Proto CT. I know you said you wanted the Evo, but the Evo and Revolver are essentially the same, only a width difference.
The Proto is going to come in regular and wide.

YouTube - Never Summer Proto CT vs. Revolver - Q&A - Board Insiders
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BoardInsiders joined this forum now? Nice. I rather enjoy watching your vids guys


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