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|10-23-2015 01:29 PM|
|powderjunkie||Bought a 164 Snowtrooper this year. Pretty stoked to try it out in the trees and pow!|
|10-23-2015 01:10 PM|
Originally Posted by chatyak View Post
|10-23-2015 11:11 AM|
Originally Posted by linvillegorge View Post
The Rip-Saw blew it away, for me anyway.
You won't be disappointed in either of them, but I don't think the Rip-Saw less fun.
Just a more powerful fun.
I vote for the Rip-Saw.
I am totally against twins & I still say the Rip-Saw.
|10-23-2015 08:49 AM|
|AlexDonald1988||I am in the same situation, I currently own a never summer sl and am looking at a west.|
|10-16-2015 12:54 PM|
The West. Definitely The West.
If I could only own one current production board to do everything, it'd be The West.
|10-16-2015 12:48 PM|
Originally Posted by buggravy View Post
Thanks a lot
You were helpful !
|09-18-2015 07:36 AM|
Originally Posted by Stavros View Post
|09-18-2015 06:22 AM|
i use to ride a neversummer sl for 5 years now. i bought the board when i was novice and it help me to go to intermediate level.
i am happy with this board but i start looking more edge control (especially in black runs).
i saw 1-2 years before the new ripsaw and i was thinking of buying but on second thoughts i think i will loose a lot of the playfull and forgiveness of the sl plus it will be more demanding especially in the end of the day which the legs are not obey the commands
this year neversummer made the west . a softer version of the ripsaw ... does any of you rode it in some tests to tell me somethings about the board?
is it forgiving? if you compare it to the sl is it more stiff? if you compare it to the ripsaw what does it feel?
thanks in advance!!
|01-09-2013 07:54 PM|
Couple of pics with the bindings attached for those wondering...
|01-09-2013 04:00 PM|
Originally Posted by jdang307 View Post
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