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another "help me pick a board" thread :)

I got good info from this site last year on selecting a board. At the time I was asking for more of a board for just carving down the hill. I'm tall at 6'5" and weight 220lbs with a size 13 boot. I got the Atomic Cold Smoke last year and was happy with it. But I fell in love with the park and spend more time there now! What would you recommend for a park board/second board for a bigger guy like myself? My board works OK for the park, but it's always fun to pick up extra gear
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Darkstar wide 159, Ride Dose 159, Flow Diskord 159w, Neversummer Legacy-R 159.

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^ He would would the Revolver R not the Legacy R if he wanted to ride park. I'd also suggest the ATomic Hatchet wide, Atomic Pivot, Capita Stairmaster Wide to name a few more.


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Yeah I guess, does neversummer have any wide boards, other than the legacy.

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Yeah I guess, does neversummer have any wide boards, other than the legacy.
Titan, revolver, and legacy are their wide boards.
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Titan TX is the wide model just like the Heritage X is the wide model.


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has anyone ridden a board with that new R.C. technology of neversummer? looks pretty interesting
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Isn't a Legacy r for a 220 lb man like a revolver r for someone in the 160-170 range?
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^ No! Wow that yeah wow.

Code I've gotten a lot of time on the Never Summer R.C boards.


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