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Salty Peaks in Salt Lake has 2015 NS boards in their shop. I
Saw the rip saw, cobra and snowtrooper,
In sure they have a few others
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Salty Peaks in Salt Lake has 2015 NS boards in their shop. I
Saw the rip saw, cobra and snowtrooper,
In sure they have a few others
Snowtrooper?
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Snowtrooper?
Replaces the SL/Legacy
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And they're available directly from NS
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im going to pick up one of these this upcoming season with the new lime green base graphic.. looking for some advice on the size


im 150-155 and 5'7" size 8.5 boot coming from a 150cm NS evo that i was using as my only board, taking it from pow to high speed groomer runs and park. however im beginning to lean away from park after falling pretty hard so i sold the evo and the ripsaw will be my new quiver of one. im coming from the evo so i feel like the 153 will be better for me since the board is already a step up in stiffness plus the extra camber will be perfect for my east coast conditions.

also will be paired up with nike kaijus and nitro zeros for bindings

any opinions here?



also curious on the durability of the topsheet since its not the carbonium?
and how bad is it for pow? i know its skill but will i notice a big difference between it and the evo?


thanks!

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Yeah 53 for you.
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Yeah 53 for you.
thanks

hows your topsheet holding up?
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I have about 30 days on the board. A few scratches but this is very durable overall. No topsheet issues.
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sounds good looking forward to december!
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