Never Summer SL-R for a first-timer?
I know a lot of people have posted a similar question, but everyone has their unique features so my turn to try and get your advise:
I'm going boarding for the first time this February to Verbier. I'm 5'11 and about 190lbs. I'm ideally looking to buy a board that will not only help a complete beginner get to grips with the sport but also last me several seasons as I improve. Also, I'm a fan of subtle design so, although not the most important factor, I would always choose a nice simple design over some of the louder graphics out there (for example, I like some of the simple Arbor boards, KZ zero, Burton EcoNico, etc.)
I've been trying to research the right board and keep coming across the Never Summer SL-R which seems to not only get great reviews but has a nice design. So, the million dollar question, is this a good board for me? If not what would you recommend? If it is, then what bindings should I go for?
Thanks in advance for any help.
Last edited by CliveCucumber; 11-11-2008 at 07:15 AM.