More than just rockered to bring the freestyle funk.
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got last years model on big time sale for this year
Super fun board to mess around on. I'm more of an all mountain, back country kind of rider, but for the early conditions this year I pulled this board out and have had so much fun dodging trees, popping 1s and pressing things out. Never Summer simply makes great boards all around
Way to much fun
Illest board I have ever ridden. Has mad pop, sick in powder, presses good, and kills it all over. It made my riddin better. RC Tech all the way, son.
Last year's model
I have last year's Evo model and I absolutely love it! Has so much pop and feels great. Handles anything and you can be sure that you won't see anyone else with the same board as you.
the ultimate park slayer
This board is definitely the sickest one I've ridden in my entire life. Just got it few days ago and went to shred some rails and boxes and this baby blew me away, and few of my colleagues too. i used to have the older evo without the rocker camber geometrics and didn't really like it that much but this one is something completely different. The new geometrics give this board a very soft flex between the bindings which makes pressing effortless and the camber on the tip and tail won't fold up on you, it gives you stability while pressing, bluntsliding, nose tailsliding you won't find in any other board. The pop of the tail is crazy and the torsional flex is really soft. I haven't tried it in the pow pow yet but I've heard that those new geometrics do some crazy shit in the deep too. GET THIS BOARD!!!!!!
Hey, whats up? heard the Evo-R was pretty...
Hey, whats up? heard the Evo-R was pretty nasty in powder and on jibs. but what about big jumps?
freestyle funk and fun... is right on
I. love. this. board. period. Even though its a "guys" board, girls can kill it too!
I've been riding for 8 years now, and have been on a lot of boards. This one takes it! This board is a park/pipe super-star, in fact, the first time I rode the Evo was in a Jibfest and I was hooked. I was pretty worried about how it would perform in other areas on the mountain- but ultimately those fears were pointless. I'm used to riding the small, ice/slush, only-good-for-the-park type mountains... so imagine my stoke when i take it to Big Sky Country Montana and drop into some nice backcountry powdery bowls or carve high-speed turns down the steeps, and it STILL PERFORMS! The board is super flexy but its still nice and stable at high speeds, and although its a little extra work, it still handles big mountain and powder just fine.
I've got it set up with some Team Ride bindings (ducked out to take advantage of the twin tip), on a 148 and its just a super responsive, flexy, poppy, fun board. As far as durability is concerned, this boards taken some BEATINGS haha, but its still rock solid after 3+ years (i have an earlier model) unlike some other boards *cough Burton* which have fallen completely apart after a year of riding. The Never Summer company sells great quality products, my next board will be a Never Summer...
BOTTOM LINE: Perfect for Int/Advanced rider looking to add some style to his/her bag of tricks- THIS IS IT. If you wish you could have endless winter, and wouldn't mind spending a lot of that time in the park or pipe having a super responsive board that performs on command, throws down some freestyle funk, and is just insanely fun to ride and then some.... GET THE EVO!!! and go on with your bad self... :)