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Never summer fanboys/girls

I know there are lots of you out there. I have a 1997 K2 Fatbob, a 2012 Attack Banana and a 2013 Jones Hovercraft. Assuming I had the cash, and was "tempted" to buy a NeverSummer board, which one would you add to the quiver?
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I should add that I don't spend much time in the park, if any. I am going out on Boxing day just to have a sniff, and if there was a smoking deal, I could see myself pulling the trigger.

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Not a ns fanboy but i would go heritage or raptor
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Depends on what you want to do with it. All around fun, go Proto. Powder oriented all around fun, go Cobra. More of a bomber, go Raptor.

I think a Heritage or SL would be too similar to your Attack Banana to justify it.

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Thanks guys!
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Proudly a Neversummer "fanboy" and for good reason...

The Proto and the Cobra are the most versatile quiver killers in the Neversummer line. The others are more task specific; they will do everything pretty well, but are engineered for specific tasks. If you are more freestyle oriented the Proto if your are more freeride oriented the Cobra.

Thanks Wolf. I think I am going to put my Attack Banana on Kijiji. After riding my new Hovercraft (on ice and pow) I fell in love and realized the AB is not for me. The only thing I do is freeride and hit small kickers. Once I master the 180 then its the 360 and that is it. I don't plan on doing rails or boxes. Don't want to push it. Never was a skateboarder.
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Thanks Wolf. I think I am going to put my Attack Banana on Kijiji. After riding my new Hovercraft (on ice and pow) I fell in love and realized the AB is not for me. The only thing I do is freeride and hit small kickers. Once I master the 180 then its the 360 and that is it. I don't plan on doing rails or boxes. Don't want to push it. Never was a skateboarder.
I would like to see a 180 on the hovy , and keep your AB. You never know..... Is the hovercraft that versatile? Camber with rocketed nose and swallow tail. Hmm. I would imagine its not the most effortless to ride....?
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