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02-11-2011 08:50 PM
snowfiend Alright thanks man i want an evo but i dont have enough disposable money for the new ones so im wondering whats different with older models
02-11-2011 04:01 PM
little devil 09/10 - 10/11 There was talk about a "new" flat spot. This discusion never really went anywhere and it's still in the air as to if it was changed.

10/11 - 11/12 Blunted tips for next year. Which I believe makes the board have longer effective edges.

B.A. should be able to answer this the best. He was on the board since they were first pressed with r.c., If anybody knows whats up it'll be him.
02-11-2011 03:33 PM
NS Evo models

Could some one explain to me how the Never Summer Evo differs from year to year?

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