Made in Colorado by shredders like you, the Evo-R is Never Summer's flagship freestyle snowboard.
- R.C. Technology rocker/camber shape gives you more freestyle potential with the snap, power and control of camber
- Vario Power Grip�s variable sidecut increases grip and edge hold
- Evo Dampening System (EDS) reduces chatter
- Press Flex Core adds pop, and burly P-tex sidewalls and full-wrap edges withstand countless nose slides and tail bonks
- STS Pretensioned Fiberglass reinforces Bi-LITE Fiberglass and the Carbon VXR Laminate Technology for incredible strength, pop, edge hold, and durability
- 142cm Evo Grom has a one-year warranty and features standard cambered technology
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why do you not have this board?
First of all, this board works on more than park. It cuts on hardpack, floats on pow and has no prob making turns. The best part is that it is light, strong and flexy. This board gives a lot of pop from the reverse camber and wants to spin on its own. Forget Lib-tech, you need this.
Someone help me choose between the new lib tech nana and this evo-r im looking run the park, and still be able to ride groomers, glades etc...I appreciate anyones help, thanks2u
The Evo - it's more than a park board
I've ridden the Evo and SL for many years, with the introduction of Rocker/Camber this board can not be beat anywhere on the mountain, park, pipe, powder, groomers - you name it and the Evo will handle it. It is extremely stable riding into a jump at full speed or mowing down 3ft of freshies, has tons of pop, and is really forgiving on landings in the park or off of backcountry kickers. I typically ride a 158, but have found that with rocker/camber a 155 will handle most park or powder days. In my opinion you won't find a better Freestyle board anywhere - The Evo delivers what you need when you need it.
At The Canyons on Christmas Eve '09. Hitting the kickers with this awesome board!!!
What color is the base/bottom of this...
What color is the base/bottom of this board? I think I've seen a picture somewhere of a light green colored base, but I still couldn't tell if that was for the purple board or the white board.
its like neon green with a purple/blue logo depending on the size board you get
Solid quality, Solid ride
I own the 2007 year model of this board, and the biggest they changed since then was adding the rocker design in it. So I cannot comment on that, but what I can say about this board is the quality. It is built like a solid machine and looks beautiful. I rode it through everything and handled itself wonderfully. This was my second snowboard from the really bad 1st snowboard I owned so it is difficult to compare with other high-end models. If you want a board that jibs great and can depend on in the worst conditions, you can't go wrong. You can also be sure you arn't likely to run into others with the same board as you, they don't produce near as much as the other massive companies.
this is the coolest board i've ever ridden in my life, incredibly stable at high speeds for shooting big booters and very flexy for jibbing yet stable when pressing, it will not fold up on you. excels in the deep stuff and on the mountain, no real damage after 100 days on snow.All my friends got themselves one after trying mine. Just make sure you file the edges really good before hitting rails. solid board get it
Best of the Best
Tony & the pals at Never Summer hooked it up in March last season by sending me the 2009/2010 Evo-R in white, size 153! It is one of the best boards I've ever ripped on. I run a medium binding and am a smaller guy but this board holds such an edge at high speeds but is so soft when hitting boxes or booters. If you want a durable, stable-yet-soft board for all conditions with main focus on lapping the park half the day: look no further. (weeps cause its not snowing)
This year's board on last years snow