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Old 05-24-2013, 12:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2013 Never Summer SL 158 & 155, Legacy 159

I have 3 used 2013 Never Summer boards for sale.

SL 155 -SOLD!
SL 158 - SOLD!
Legacy 159 - SOLD!

The bases on all the boards are in very good condition. No noticeable gouges or scratches. The top sheets have binding marks and light scratching from normal use. The SL 155 top sheet has about a 3/4th inch scratch 1mm deep in the middle along the edge. No rust or damage to the edges.

Boards have been stone ground, edged, beveled and hot waxed; ready for the snow.

Asking for $260 each shipped to continental US.

SL 155





SL 158





Legacy 159




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I have 3 used 2013 Never Summer boards for sale.

SL 155
SL 158
Legacy 159

The bases on all the boards are in very good condition. No noticeable gouges or scratches. The top sheets have binding marks and light scratching from normal use. The SL 155 top sheet has about a 3/4th inch scratch 1mm deep in the middle along the edge. No rust or damage to the edges.

Boards have been stone ground, edged, beveled and hot waxed; ready for the snow.

Asking for $280 each shipped to continental US. If anyone is interested I'll put up some pics.
158 or 159 wide's by chance?
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158 or 159 wide's by chance?
The Legacy is the wide version of the SL.
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The Legacy is the wide version of the SL.
You firm on price?
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You firm on price?
Message me an offer.
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you think that the 158 will support a 220lb rider?
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Might want to ask around to see if anyone over 200lbs has experience with it. The Never Summer size chart says the SL 158 is ideal for 125-175lbs but I know people use boards that they fall outside the weight range for.
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i have a 158, i weighed 175-180 at the end of the season, and it seemed like i could weigh way more and still be fine on the board. it almost seemed too big at first, but i was riding on a smaller mountain with narrow trails/trees, and i was used to a park board. the effective edge is pretty long for the overall length of the board, so i think you'll be fine there. the only thing i would worry about is the torsional flex in the middle of the board. if you're not railing carves going mach speeds, i think you'll be totally fine on it. it's definitely not too flexy overall, and the carbon outside the bindings makes it pretty stable, so i don't think your nose or tail are gonna be too sloppy on you.

don't take my word only though, just offering my limited advice as i have the board.
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