Create a legacy on the snow.
The mid-wide Never Summer Legacy is a beautiful fusion of rocker and camber with variable radii in the sidecut for the ultimate blend of pop, power, edge hold, and float. Throw in the fact that Never Summer only produces enough boards in its Denver, Colorado factory to satisfy the hungry appetites of die-hard powder-hounds and aggressive all-mountain freestyle riders, and you can understand why we support its legacy.
- Flightcore crafted with both lightweight and premium hardwood for a balance of strength and flexibility
- Vario Power Grip sidecut features deep, shallow, and no radius shapes for the ideal blend of bite, smooth turn transition, and stability in both long and short turns
- 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)
- RDS 2 rubber dampening layers increase stability and decrease vibration at high speeds and in choppy snow to keep you balanced
- Carbon VXR laminates from the binding mounts to the tip and tail add pop and support during takeoffs and landing
- Full-wrap 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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Better than Burton, IMO.
I've had the privilege now of riding a Burton Joystick, Burton Sherlock and Never Summer Legacy, and the NS Legacy is by far the superior board. Super smooth all-mountain performance.
I also love that it's a mid-wide board. I'm 6'2", 210 lbs., wear a size 11.5 boot, ride goofy with a +15/-6 stance and ride a 161. Some wide boards at that length are just too wide. This is the perfect fit.
video of the legacy in action
check out this video of me shredding the legacy during the deepest storm of the year so far! also worth noting is jake on the never summer evo, another sick board!
Ultimate pow stick
found out a huge storm was rollin in, so i checked out this board from work for a day, ended up keeping it for the entirety of the storm because it was so unbelievable (sorry everyone else at work who wanted to try it that week!). i rode the 163 and effortlessly cruised waist to chest-deep powder. i could send it off just about anything and stomp easily. can't recommend this board enough for pow shredding, so fun!
I have been riding on the east coast for at least a decade. I am a large rider weighing in at 220 with a 13 in mens boots.
This board was sick on the long blue trails in Vermont as well as the sick Diamonds. I always suffered from toe and heel drag. With this board 170 Wide, this was a thing of the past. The board cut as much as I could lean. My legs gave out before the board slipped in a turn. SCARY as HECK.
Loved it. I shredded it for the first time at Mount Snow Vermont right after a 25inch dump. I paired it up with the K2 Cinch CTS bindings and I was always the first strapped in and ready to ride.
I just got the 159 Legacy and took it out this past weekend. This is easily the best board I have ever had. It's got great flex and pop, it's a decent weight, grips real well, and is fast. I took it on trails poppin big ollies off anything I could find and the amount of control I had over the board was amazing. When carving its super responsive and can take sharp turns at high speeds with ease. I was able to bomb trails and was really surprise how well it handle speed since I heard boards that use the rocker tech can get a little squirly. I took a bunch of laps in the park and was very impressed. The jumps were a little small since its still early season where I live but I was able to get great pop, easy to spin, and solid on landings. The rail setup in the park was pretty weak so I can really comment to much but the Legacy was really fun on the boxes and rails that were available.
If you are looking for a wide all mountain board that can hold it's own the park I would look no further. I can't wait for my trip to Tahoe so I can see how it rides in deep powder.
Great board!!! Rocker and Camber makes it a fun ride and able to handle the whole mountain. Vario Grip works awesome and is not too grabby (perfect for the hardpack cement days)
I am 6'4" 190 lbs and I am looking for a...
I am 6'4" 190 lbs and I am looking for a fun all mountain board. I currently have a Rome Flag 163. It's a great board, but hard to maneuver in the park. With my size and weight do you think a 159 Legacy would be a good fit? I still love shredding some pow, but I also want to take a few laps in the park.
yea id go 159 for sure if your looking for a pow/all mountain board
I'm 5'11 190 and the 159 works for me
Skunk Ape C2 BTX Wide - 161... You'll be good to go in the park with flexibility and you will still have the length to really control the power. 159 is a good size but you will have more control in every category with the extra length, and at 6'4" you might actually gain a hell of a lot too. Width is 1 point off between both so no stress in that regard.