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Evolutionize your riding.

Never Summer crafted the EVO Snowboard for the rider who wants nothing more than to spread butter and distribute jib-nasty on every man-made and natural feature in sight. Never Summer's blend of rocker and camber lets you flex your creativity but doesn't sacrifice stability when pushing your pipe skills to new heights.
  • R.C. (rocker and camber) technology provides the smooth turns and float of rocker (middle) with stability and pop of camber (outside of binding mounts)
  • Press Flex core utilizes softer material between the bindings that acts like a hinge for superior freestyle flex
  • Vario Power Grip sidecut features deep, shallow, and no radius shapes for the ideal blend of bite, smooth turn transition, and stability
  • Evo Dampening Systems (rubber layer) increases stability and adds rebound without sacrificing flex or adding excess weight
  • Carbon VXR laminates from the binding mounts to the tip and tail add ollie/takeoff pop and landing support
  • Fully wrapped edges reduce the chance of topsheet or base de-lamination and create an exceptionally durable board
  • P-Tex tip and tail protector add even more durability

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Please does anyone know where I can get...

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Please does anyone know where I can get one or is anyone selling one I want one bad?

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you can always contact never summer and see if they have one in the back.

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I need to buy it

i need to buy this board ! my girlfriend wants it but i cant find it anywhere, if someone wants to sell theres, it needs to be a 147 or 148 size. and the underside needs to be in good shape, not tore up from lots of rail use,
im willing to pay a lot for it, im not rich so when i say a lot i mean a couple hundred more than its worth

hi im 5,4 101 lbs and i was just wondering...

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hi im 5,4 101 lbs and i was just wondering what size i should get?

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well im 5'10 and 120lbs, and i ride this board in a 155cm, so 151cm for good jumping and pressing!
p.s. i can presssy really easy but on jumps its so good

i have a size 12 boot would i have a lot...

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i have a size 12 boot would i have a lot of toe drag?

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Yeah most likely. Some times toe drag isn't a huge issue but if your toes hang over a lot you can definitely catch them when turning. With a 12 look for a waist width of at least 255mm or higher, probably 260mm would work well for you.

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I've got a size 12 boot and the Evo 161 with a pair of Burton Elevator binding riser plates and I get very little, if any toe drag.

Palmer also has binding riser plates. You should definitely check them out as they work awesome for me!

148 Never Summer Evo w/Forum Faction 2011

148 Never Summer Evo w/Forum Faction 2011

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''Glow of the Snow'' Neon Pink

148 Never Summer Evo w/Forum Faction 2011

148 Never Summer Evo w/Forum Faction 2011

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Sick Rocker and Camber Edge

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Sick Rocker and Camber Edge

148 Never Summer Evo w/Forum Faction 2011

148 Never Summer Evo w/Forum Faction 2011

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that is one sick board do you still have it consider selling?

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very happy i went with Never Summer!!!

this board will make you very happy. the board seems very durable and built with quality. i ride in minnesota and this board held up well in our icy conditions. while it's being forgiving but i can carve this board as well as my old cambered one. good pop, a lot of fun, hold edge up well, full metal wrap for durability (boo @ liptech and gnu lol), 3 years warranty. neon base for badassness!
buy it you will be happy with NS products!!
i'll def. buy NS again for sure. woooooooo

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I'm 5'8, 130 lbs, ride size 9 boots, medium...

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I'm 5'8, 130 lbs, ride size 9 boots, medium forum bindings and like to do mainly park but a little of everything else and I was thinking the 153 but I'm not sure because of how much toe hang I'm I might have. What size should I get?

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Amazing

I ride this board with the Rk30's by FLux
This board flows nice in pow, with the dual camber and the rocker in between the bindings. good grip and edge to edge control on icy conditions. Butters like a rocker, pops like a camber. Super fun to ride all mountain from park to pow to groomers to anywhere u want. i ride this in 158 , a little big for me im 5'9 142 lbs 14 years old. I can stil spin around on this board like if it was a 153. Over all this board is great for boxes, rails, jumps, some carves and it's AMAZING in powder.. Check it out.

Amazing
Never Summer Evo 158

Never Summer Evo 158

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i have it in white. 158 with the FLux Rk 30 bindings in purple

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meh...

good at high speeds not good for jibbing. i got a core shot it took a over week to fix.

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well yr on fucking drugs this thing is a dream for jibbing

Does 153cm board would fit 150-160 pound...

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Does 153cm board would fit 150-160 pound with boots size9-9.5? and talk 5'5 - 5'7 any1 help?

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which is better 153 or 151 board any1?

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get a 158 if ur OVER 5'9 and u ride all mountain freestyle 155 if u ride park.
get a 155 if ur UNDER 5'9 and u ride all mountain freestyle 153 if u ride park

i don't think a 153 can handle a 160 pounder . unless u just wanna hit some rails or butter around all day

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get a 158 if ur OVER 5'9 and u ride all mountain freestyle 155 if u ride park.
get a 155 if ur UNDER 5'9 and u ride all mountain freestyle 153 if u ride park

i don't think a 153 can handle a 160 pounder . unless u just wanna hit some rails or butter around all day

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Hey I'm 6.1 and 148 pounds. I'm skinny and...

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Hey I'm 6.1 and 148 pounds. I'm skinny and was thinking 155 because I want the rotation but still want to be to bomb hills and do moguls. Any thoughts? Maybe 153?

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100% Satisfied

If you read these posts then you will see I was debating between several different boards. But, I am so glad that I choose this board, it is exactly what I was looking for.
It is fun, and flexible and very forgiving; the R.C. tech is perfect and allows board to be playful, but still bomb at high speeds; its light, but still very very well built; it can kill the powder in the morning, and then do park laps the rest of the day. It is a perfect quiver killer, and does everything on the mountain extremely well. All USA made, and include Never Summer's 3 year warranty!
This board is perfect for me, and I am so glad that I got it.

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can i buy it from u ?

I also can't decide which size to get the...

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I also can't decide which size to get the 155 or 158. I am 6'0 180lbs size 9 foot riding mostly park. thanks

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155 If you want to have something to throw around.
158 if you like bigger boards.
I am 6ft 165 and have 155 and absolutely love it.

What's up guys! I can't figure out what...

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What's up guys! I can't figure out what size to get in this board. I'm 5'6 140lbs with a 9 boot. It's between the 148 or 151. I currently have a 151.5 and wanna mix things up. Thanks for your help in advance!

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id go 148 if your going to spend most of your time in the park/ street...... and if your going to be more all mountain or powder id go 151. With a size 9 boot you don't need to worry about toes hanging over the edge........ hoped that helped

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DOPE

Awesome board i have been looking for a park board that is buttery but can still charge the mountain and this is it. Favorite board ridden so far this year. Get it

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glad to hear you like it cro, enjoy the ride!

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can i buy it from u ?

is there any difference between youths 142...

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is there any difference between youths 142 and adult sizes? i am 5'2 and 115 lbs adult. but i am afraid youth sizes are not as durable or the same as adult sizes. i remember reading from the never summer uk site that last years 142 evo only has standard camber tech and seems to lack the vario grip vs. the adults r.c tech vario grip system. if that is the same as this year then i would much rather get the 148. anyone can give me any advise?

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a 148 in kids is a 148 in adult all boards are measured in centimeters. and for jibbing the evo is amazing

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the 142 is perfecto 4 u it does only have a one year warrenty cause the cores is softer which is the only difference but the 142 will be good 4 your size and it does have vario and the r.c. tech i love dogfunk but u can get the 142 on other sites for $280 so if u do deside to get the 142 type neversummer evo 142 in on google and youll find a cheaper price i talked to the owner of neversummer and he said theres nothing special about the 142 that dogfunk sells for $490 its the same thing as the $280 one

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yeah there is a little difference in flex (stiffness and flex patterns) a kids board will be a little softer and a little less durable because companies dont put the same effort in to kids boards because they will grow out of them faster. and thats also why they are cheaper

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