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Old 05-16-2013, 10:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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its going to be my second season , i just need some help with choosing a board the evo or the sl?? which board do you guys recomend? thanx in advance
i got my s-turns down , im not doing nothing crazy. yet! lol
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Old 05-16-2013, 10:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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its going to be my second season , i just need some help with choosing a board the evo or the sl?? which board do you guys recomend? thanx in advance
i got my s-turns down , im not doing nothing crazy. yet! lol
More in the park than out = Evo
More out the park than in = SL

Easy.
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Old 05-16-2013, 10:34 PM   #3 (permalink)
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More in the park than out = Evo
More out the park than in = SL

Easy.
Halfway in between = Proto.

The Evo is basically a park stick that can hold it's own outside the park.
The SL is a great all-around board with a slight setback. It's a slightly directional twin that's stiffer than the SL, but still soft enough to have fun on.
The Proto is a true twin with blunted tips with a flex similar to that of the SL.
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Or the SL just because it is less limited than the Evo. The Evo will fold in pow and flutter at speed.

Imo the Evo should be reserved as a jib board (there are just WAYYY better all mountain alternatives).

The SL will be there as your skills grow and allow you to take it anywhere. If I was considering an SL however, I would get the Proto instead hands down unless money is the factor.
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Out of those 2 definitely get the SL if its going to be your only board.
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Or the SL just because it is less limited than the Evo. The Evo will fold in pow and flutter at speed.

Imo the Evo should be reserved as a jib board (there are just WAYYY better all mountain alternatives).

The SL will be there as your skills grow and allow you to take it anywhere. If I was considering an SL however, I would get the Proto instead hands down unless money is the factor.
out ot the evo and the proto what are the diffrences? i looked on the website it looks like its just abit stiffer...but i dont really know, money is not a issue...your input is much aprreciated, thanx
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out ot the evo and the proto what are the diffrences? i looked on the website it looks like its just abit stiffer...but i dont really know, money is not a issue...your input is much aprreciated, thanx
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The Evo will fold in pow and flutter at speed.

Imo the Evo should be reserved as a jib board (there are just WAYYY better all mountain alternatives).
Pretty much answered u already so just quoted myself

If you are riding really light, say 135-150lbs on a 154 Evo, you may like that. I was 180lbs on a 154 and for me, it is just not enough board outside of jibbing.

The Proto dominates everything but once broken in is easily pressable.

You'll have to ask a more specific question if this doesn't cover it.

Yes I have '54s in both sitting downstairs.
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Well the cash isn't really a concern, I just heard the SL was better in powder. That's what got me stuck. But the Proto looks awesome.
PFFFT i just sprayed my bourbon everywhere.
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Proto all the way
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QUOTE=snowklinger;953514]Or the SL just because it is less limited than the Evo. The Evo will fold in pow and flutter at speed.

Imo the Evo should be reserved as a jib board (there are just WAYYY better all mountain alternatives).

The SL will be there as your skills grow and allow you to take it anywhere. If I was considering an SL however, I would get the Proto instead hands down unless money is the factor.[/QUOTE]

i took your advice and bought a 2013 proto, 40% off!!! what what!!#
I hope is not to stiff, thanx everyone for the response
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