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Point it on the Never Summer Legacy Snowboard and see if the others can keep up.

Never Summer has the answer if you're tired of wide snowboards that are slow as molasses edge to edge. While the Never Summer Legacy accommodates size 11+ boots, this freeride snowboard is no slouch. Its shape is wide enough to prevent toe and heel drag, but narrow enough for quick edge-to-edge response. Carbon VXM system gives you stiff torsional rigidity but leaves the tip and tail slightly softer. This creates a ride that's forgiving through the powder, responsive on the groomers, and stable through the chutes. Sintered P-tex sidewalls and full-wrap edges give you unreal durability and are testament to Never Summer's industry-leading three year warranty. The Legacy comes in assorted graphics, so we can't control which one you'll get. Regardless, you'll be stoked.

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4 5

Never Summer in Colorado

The NS Legacy snowboard I got rode great under pressure. At 250 lbs with a size 13 boot, the 166 legacy hung in on the turns and cut hardpack like butter. In the powder the ride was effortless. The camber provided extra bounce on jumps. Early season rocks did make some gnarly scratches in the base, but I think they'll smooth out with little trouble. I love my Never Summer!

5 5

A Three Year Warranty for a reason, it is unbreakable

I rode this a couple of times-borrowing it from a friend-to see what it feels like, and it feels like a tank. Very responsive and nimble for how burly it is. Demands an intermediate to advanced rider though. Like all Never Summers it is a brick and cannot be broken. Like how damp it is and how well it handles variable terrain.