|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|02-23-2010 10:11 AM|
|Ghost_Rider_X||yeah the horrorscope is probably a better call. i'm still very interested in the circuit-r. i've read a couple promising reviews and it seems to be lighter and more flexible than the evo-r which is what i'm after. i'm about ready to pull the trigger on it, unless i'm convinced otherwise.|
|02-23-2010 10:10 AM|
|fatboyj711||IMO, the Sierrascope and Evo-R are comparable freestyle boards while the Horrorscope and Circuit-R are also comparable on the softer end of the spectrum. All 4 boards are fun and flexy, but the Sierrascope and Evo are the better all-mountain performers.|
|02-23-2010 09:33 AM|
|c_mack9||i think both of your options you listed are a little off. if it was me i would decide between the horrorscope and evo-r. sierrascope is better suited to take everywhere instead of park ONLY and since you already have a board you like for everywhere get the best park ONLY board you can get. horrorscope will prob be a little cheaper, depending on the sales goin on right now and next year hasnt changed anything but the graphics so pull the trigger if you see a steal. my buddy has an slr and i think the quality and ride of NS is superb but im totally in love with my sierrascope and will probably stick with capita for a while but if i ever change brands it will be to NS.|
|02-23-2010 08:33 AM|
Adding a Freestyle Twin to the Quiver...NS or Capita?
I was planning on adding a dedicated powder board to my quiver now that the end of year sales are upon us, but my NS Premier kills it as an everyday bomber on groomers and powder. So, i'm looking to add a true twin, playful, park stick to the quiver in a 155/156. My Budget is under $300 and I'm stuck between the Capita Sierrascope and Never Summer Circuit-R. I know the scope gets awesome reviews, but i don't hear too much about the ns circuit. I could also be convinced to look at the evo-r, but for a board that won't be my everyday board and maybe only see 30 days a year i can't justify spending an extra 60 bucks over the circuit. Any insight would be much appreciated.