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Park boards aren't supposed to be this good on the rest of the mountain.

It may be listed as a park board, but make no mistake, the Never Summer Evo Snowboard can hang with the best of them anywhere on the mountain. The RC hybrid profile gives it the playful, buttery feel that makes it so fun in the park, but also the stability to charge steeps and rip groomers, making the Evo a true quiver-killer.

Never Summer's Original Rocker Camber profile features rocker between the bindings for a catch-free feel on hardpack and float in pow, with camber outside the bindings to maintain pop and power. To make the board more buttery without turning it into a noodle, the Evo features a Press Flex core, which is softer in between the bindings for tweaked presses and greater ollie power. The Evo Damping System absorbs vibrations for a smooth, yet lively ride, and Harmonic dampers reduce chatter in the tip and tail. Dual carbon Vs in the laminate help transfer more energy to the tip and tail for better response without making the board too stiff for buttering and pressing. A twin shape and blunt tips allow for smooth spins and switch takeoffs and landings.

  • Rocker between the inserts with camber outside the bindings
  • Twin shape
  • Vario Power Grip sidecut
  • Carbon VXR laminate and Bi-Lite fiberglass
  • EDS damping system
  • Press Flex wood core
  • Durasurf XT sintered base
  • Matte topsheet

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4 5

Lots of pop

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share

I bought this board as a gift for my boyfriend and here's what he said about it "The camber sections make a huge difference. Usually rockered boards have no pop but this board is supper poppy. Also rockered boards usually dont have any snaggy contact points but you can feel the camber section and it can snag a bit. Just took a bit to get used to the feel of it. Overall I love the board, fun, smooth and poppy. The only downside is that the top sheet graphic is really ugly. "

5 5

This is the best board ever!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love this board. My style: Mainly jibbing and park style riding, but also like to venture into powder on good days.

This board is responsive, cuts nice, it's forgiving to a point. You can whip this thing around without a care.

It's not the best at powder of any board I've had but I also sized down from my usual length. However, I have rode this thing at Bird, Brighton, and Basin and all those times there hasn't been a terrain that I felt the board just couldn't handle. It can take a punch as well since I've taken it urban riding and tore it up pretty good and it's nothing a new wax job hasn't fixed.

5 5

Best board I've ever rode!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I got the chance to demo the 154 at Brighton last month, and after 19 years of riding, I feel like I have been missing out on the fun I could have been having with this board. It performs amazingly in every condition. Park, groomers, powder. Butters and jibs like no other, and amazingly holds edge at high speed. I instantly fell in love with this board, and even though it is not cheap at $500, I will still be purchasing one in a couple weeks and it will be worth every penny spent!

4 5

Next level park board!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

The Never Summer Evo has been a staple to the NS line for a while. Buttery goodness mixed with saw blade edges lets you turn the mountain into your playground. This board lets you take your newly honed tricks from the park straight to some awesome natural features.

Finally, I was able to try the Evo out at a demo at Brighton, UT and was pretty impressed by how versatile the Evo was.

Outside of the park, this board can hold its edge on snow of any condition, and float like a dream through deeper snow.
In the park, the board will press, tweak, butter, and ollie like nothing else you've ridden.

When it's time to awake from your dreams of being a pro snowboarder, you realize that this is a pretty dang expensive board to thrash around in the park. It's no secret that sintered bases are a lot faster than the extruded bases found on most park boards right now. But, requires more maintenance , especially if you're getting on rails often and are constantly repairing and waxing the board.
The Evo, to me, seems like it's too simlar to the Proto HD, so why not shell out the additional $50 for the absolute BEST ride?

Take away some of the bells and whistles of the Evo, and you'd be left with a park DESTROYER.
For now, it's a pretty good board for the advancing park rider that loves spending time everywhere on the mountain

5 5

Worth the dough

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I had the chance to demo this board last year. Right away I could tell it was ready for some serious shredding. Smoothest board I've ever rode. Sooo buttery. It also had some pretty serious pop. This board is ready to rip.