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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 R.C. 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.

  • R.C. profile features rocker underfoot and between the bindings with camber outside the bindings for a playful, floaty ride that is stable on hard pack at high speeds
  • STS Pretensioned fiberglass has elastomer stringers between the laminates for unmatched strength and edge hold
  • Carbon VXR laminates help transfer energy to the effective edge, tip, and tail without making the board too stiff
  • NS Superlight core blends super light wood with durable hardwood for unmatched strength-to-weight ratio
  • Press Flex core uses two specific softer points between the bindings for bigger presses and ollies
  • Vario Power Grip sidecut uses three different radii, going from deeper towards the tip and tail, to a straight section in the middle, for increased edgehold
  • Twin shape for stomping tricks switch
  • Sintered base is ultra-fast and durable
  • Sintered P-tex sidewall won't crack in cold temperatures
  • New matte topsheet stands out in the liftline

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4 5

solid board

this board has always been and always will be one of my favorites to ride.. solid board all around

5 5

This board is sick

This board floats, I have so much more confidence riding this board than any others. The flex is perfect for park and on ramps there's no catching an edge on the snow. I have great control over what I'm doing and it's easy to maneuver.

What model year is this 2012 or 2013?

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What model year is this 2012 or 2013?

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Hey Kevin,

12/13 model.

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Thanks man.

NS Evo with Rome 390s

NS Evo with Rome 390s

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I wanted to step into a new manufacturer this year. My boys out west side neversummer is the new jump off. I got this board, rode it. My feedback, generally not impressed. board handled well at high speeds and did good in the park. After i rode it, i strapped into my superhero. The burton superhero put this board to shame in my opinion. All-in-All, the evo is being returned. I give this board 3 stars.

I'm 6'2'' about 180lbs, but I fluctuate...

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I'm 6'2'' about 180lbs, but I fluctuate from 170-190 depending on lifting.

I plan to use this board 75% of the time in the park and the other 25% flying around the hills and back trails.

Should I go with the 154 or 157?

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yo whats up corey. i go the 154 and i am 5'8" 160lbs and i feel that its perfect. if u wanted just for park and like jibbing id say 154. but if ur gonna hit big kickers and if ur gonna be doing everything else 25% of the time i would say 157 would be perfect for u. hope this helps bro

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Thanks amigo, went with the 157 w/ green Union Forces. So pumped.