I am selling my Evo... I only have 14 riding days on it, and it's in really good condition. I always kept the base quenched with hertel hotsauce. The only reason I want to sell it is because I want more of a freeride deck and can't afford both... I want a F1 or a Heritage. Topsheet has very few micro-scratches(one very fine one on the tail, circled), no scratches in the ptex. No chips or gouges whatsoever. Only took it off booters and hit a few boxes and kept the lockdown on it in the lift line. Search the forums for info on the 09 NS Evo-R... only good things to be said. UPS shipping only, preferably in the lower 48. If you are international, you pay additional shipping.
I don't think you could find another with these graphics in like new condition.
Professionally packed by UPS Store.
skip work and ride!
Last edited by gnarbiscuits; 11-04-2010 at 12:49 AM.
Reason: sold on 11-3-2010
If you don't mind some subjective feedback, IMO your price is rather high. Given that a brand new, 2010-2011 Evo is $490, I think $360 is on the top end of what one might expect to pay for a new board of last year's model. Annual depreciation of Never Summer boards might be less than the industry average if they tend to sell out (this is speculation on my part), but the principle would still apply, meaning that a used board probably should be priced well under that level. Fwiw. Of course, if you find a buyer at your price then who cares what I think.
About 153cm tall... not too heavy, not too light. Strong and confident, she is not likely to ever snap on you. Her curves are sure to satisfy. More importantly, her smooth bottom begs to be buttered, jumped and railed. She will inspire you to do things you've never done before...