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October 5, 2010
One word sums this board up. Awe. This is the cream of the crop.
Devun Walsh and DC team up for an amazing piece of art.
I just bought this board from my local shop for the approaching winter,
And it is amazing. I will have pictures of my complete set up soon. The
DC Park boots and the new Burton Cartels. The set up is absolutely perfect.
The mountain will feel you coming with this board.
If you can afford it. Buy it!!!
Nitro Rook or Devun Walsh or Never Summer Evo>!>! Someone who has ridden some of these boards help me decide!!!
November 17, 2010
Nitro makes some killer boards, and you probably can't go wrong with them. The Rook does have some of the sickest graphics around, its super fast, and has the Zero Camber tech. It does come in the card style graphics, or the epic Dennis McNett graphics ( I'd go with the RookXMcNett if you don't go with the Evo). If your looking for a park board that is gonna kill the rest of the mountain when you choose, definitely go with the Never Summer Evo, that board is a sick stick. Really solid board, the Rocker Camber make it super fun. You will not be disappointed. As for the DC stick, well I can't say one way or the other, but if your going to spend that kind of scrilla on a board, I would go with the Evo, or any of the other sticks from Never Summer. The Evo is super fun and responsive when you want it to be, all in all, it is going to help you progress into a hell of a snow pirate. You probably wouldn't need it with the Evo, but the 3 year warranty should help you decide.
January 16, 2011
Look up espn's all black shredder review od the DC board... pretty compelling... ALl the other reviews were from sponsors, cant trust them... One note the board has a tiny camber.. i had the same question and went with the devun board... http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=5843859
December 12, 2010
Look up espn's all black shredder review od the DC board... pretty compelling... ALl the other reviews were from sponsors, cant trust them... One note the board has a tiny camber.. i had the same question and went with the devun board...
December 12, 2010
October 5, 2010
I just bought this board for the new year of snow about to approach. And let me just say this... to all of you that can afford and need a new board this is the way to go.Without a doubt in my mind this winter is going to be the best yet.I'll have pictures of my complete set soon, the DC Park boots and the new Burton Cartels. I can feel the mountain waiting my approach.
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October 12, 2010
I rode this board on and off, during the summer on Mt Hood. It was one of the biggest surprises of the summer, for me. In the past I had not been a huge fan of DC boards, but this one converted me. It had lots of pop.
At first some people might have issues for pressing, but I found the board broke in after a few days and was killing rails, as well. If you are looking for a noodle and never touch jumps over tranny finders and 20 footers, this board might be a little bit stiffer than you need. Still fun though.
I suggest this board for anybody that wants to ride one board for everything park. It was also decent cruising the hill.
I weigh around 160lbs and the 154 felt just right.
- medium to stiff (7.5 on DC's 10-pt scale)
- flat, anti-camber, camber
- Effective Edge:
- [1110 mm ]
- Waist Width:
- [249 mm ]
- Sidecut Radius:
- [8.2 m ]
- Stance Width:
- [154 cm]
- Stance Setback:
- slugger (ash hardwood)
- sintered supreme 7200
- Recommended Use:
- all-mountain freestyle, freeride
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 1 year