The best ride there is!
By Kyle Ranked #1416 - Boards April 26, 2010
This is my first season and when I first started, I knew I loved it so I bought a used Evol board. It was ok but as I progressed, I wanted a board that would advance with me.
After a lot of research, I found Never Summer and ultimately the Infinity-R. My first choice was actually the Lotus because I thought it was prettier (I'm such a girl) but after reading more reviews, I read that the Infinity was a much more "forgiving" board. Not that I knew what that meant at the time...
So I got this one and it is WONDERFUL. I just learned how to do S-turns and I'm working on carving and this board makes it so much easier. When I turn, I rarely catch an edge or if I feel it about to catch, it's really easy to straighten out. It's lightweight, beautiful and I know with this board I'll be able to learn a lot with it. After my first time using the board, I progressed so much more on that day than I had the last 5 times I went. I now know what a "forgiving" board means - I can mess up and it's so easy to catch myself and be able to not fall on this board.
This is a board that I know I can keep progressing on and I recommend it to any girl looking for a really sweet ride.
Side note - I bought this board with 2009 Buton Lexa bindings and they go wonderfully together. Now my next step is to find an awesome outfit to match the board...
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- 145cm, 147cm, 149cm, 151cm, 154cm, 156cm
- Reverse-camber twin
- Effective Edge:
- [149cm] 1160mm
- Waist Width:
- [149cm] 236mm
- Sidecut Radius:
- [149cm] 7.02m (average of variable sidecut)
- Core Material:
- Custom Flightcore (hard and soft wood blend with elastomeric dampening)
- Sintered Durasurf 4501
- Recommended Use:
- All-mountain freestyle snowboarding
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 3 Years