I think it is a ok - it is a Banana Magic after all (the only Lib board that I am really jonesing for - unlike NS where I have ~3 on my 'must try' list but sadly will probably not get the chance to ride).
Hey Vman just 2cents on the topic from me: 32s fit me well cuz I got a wider flat foot and just seems to go in there nice. Nike on the other hand has always run narrow and just don't work for my feet. You may have a more normal foot than me which can fit both brands, just putting it out there sir.
Thanks for the info. I've been so happy with 32, probably have to be pried off my feet to switch.
I joined this forum originally looking for advise on a new board, being totally out of the loop on technology and brands. I rode an Atomic Hatchet for years, but was interested in what the world of non-traditional camber had to offer.
Of course, my fellow forum members pointed me towards Never Summer. After some stressful deliberation I went with the Evo. Since then my Hatchet has occupied the dark recesses of my closet, because the Evo is just so much fun to ride.
For me personally, my riding improved immediately after getting on the thing because I wasn't constantly leery of catching an edge and face slamming. Despite it being labelled as a "park" board, the thing handles the mountain like a dream and makes freeriding more creative and exciting. Couldn't be happier with my Never Summer.
My Never Summer SL 158 (that i was lucky enough to buy off a friend at the beginning of last season) ..
I Love the patented Rocker/Camber design... It just feel really good under your feet when you are riding .. catch free... No Feer.. Nice Carves and power out of turns.. just alot of fun..
I Was searching for a new board to take to bigger resorts. A more jack of all trades board. Been interested in the RC profile for along time but could never afford it. Got a good deal on a 2012 158 SL and am stoked to try it out this year! Never stop hearing good things about what Never Summer is doing.
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