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Old 02-21-2013, 10:56 PM   #31 (permalink)
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I have rode NS almost exclusively since about 2005-2006.... I have only had two SL's in that time and have had 20+ days every year and both basically still look brand new and have zero core shots on the base. They hold up awesome! So ill let those guys "who think its cool" keep makin my boards cause they are durable an last!

I switched it up with n arbor westmark this year and that is NOT a durable board.
why did you not go proto
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why did you not go proto
Two reasons actually, I demoed it and felt it was a little stiff for what I was looking for although it was a very fun and poppy board, and super light... Also I found the arbor on sale for 270$$ and heard good things so I thought I'd just try something different. I do love the way the westmark rides but it will be retired after one season.... I'm debating between the evo and possibly the bataleon boss for next years board... But haven't decided yet. I do still have my 161 SL and ride that still too.
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Then why is NS the only company to offer a 3 year warranty....
They aren't. Smokin' does as well as another I can't quite think of. Possibly Camp 7? One of the lesser known brands Wiredsports carries anyway.
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They aren't. Smokin' does as well as another I can't quite think of. Possibly Camp 7? One of the lesser known brands Wiredsports carries anyway.
my bad. just never heard of those companies.
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[QUOTE=briancgrs;757282]Two reasons actually, I demoed it and felt it was a little stiff for what I was looking for although it was a very fun and poppy board, and super light... Also I found the arbor on sale for 270$$ and heard good things so I thought I'd just try something different. I do love the way the westmark rides but it will be retired after one season.... I'm debating between the evo and possibly the bataleon boss for next years board... But haven't decided yet. I do still have my 161 SL and ride that still too.[/QU

how was the proto compared to your sl
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