Less toe drag = more slayage.
A wider version of the SL (Never Summer's all-mountain freestyle kingpin), the Legacy Snowboard is built for big-footed rippers who ride everything from pow stashes to park jumps on a daily basis. A snappy carbon layout, moderate flex, and RC hybrid-camber profile deliver a stable, agile, and floaty ride that kills anything you put in front of it.
- R.C. Rocker Camber profile blends from a rocker zone between your feet to camber Vario Grip Sidecut adds extra contact points under your bindings for improved edge hold, and uses multiple radii for a precise blend of power and predictability
- Carbon VXR laminate improves control and ollie power without stiffening the board up too much
- RDS 2 dampening system uses narrow layers of elastomer to reduce chatter at high speeds
- P-tex tip and tail protectors guard against delams and impact damage
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This board is one of the best built boards i've ever seen. Just retired a well loved lib-tech pacifier but i am looking foward to this one... will keep informed.. Flux tt-30 bindings, Ride insano boots and now a Legacy.
A very surprising ride.
I have been riding a Burton T6 for several years. When it came time to purchase another board, my board shop guy recommended the NS Legacy. I must admit that I was dubious about the RC technology, as I loved my full camber T6, and how it performed at high speeds, and icy conditions. My first day on the Legacy was at Vail, after a foot of powder had dumped the night before. The board performed wonderfully in the powder, (as I had expected) and my right leg wasn't "dead" from leaning back all day. Two days later I rode the Legacy at Keystone, in very scraped off, icy, conditions. I was absolutely blown away by the edge control that I had! While not as stable at very high speeds as my T6, I had more edge control in the icy conditions on the Legacy. It seemed like the harder I edged into the mountain, the more grip I had...not just near my feet, but I could actually feel the board edging out toward the tips! I am very impressed with the RC technology and would highly recommend this board for the all around rider.
Is a 26.4 width going to be too wide for...
Is a 26.4 width going to be too wide for a size 11 boot? I've looked around and noticed most boards aren't much larger than 25 cm.
yes it will be fine
This board is the best 509$ i've ever spent! from being able to carve out a toe side turn on a dime and be able to go right over to heelside in a instant, and then being able to say fuck it and point straight down the mountain and show all those flimsy skiers they aint about that bandit life! this board owns all!camber on the ends so plenty of pop for boostin out in the park and the rocker in the middle has me buttering down the mountain like its going out of style... this board is an unstopable shredder no matter what your flavor of rippen is... the only down fall to it is that its so damn badass looking that you might find yourself destroying the first skier in the lift line to run over your new board!
I've tested just about every hybrid camber/rocker profile on the market and in my opinion, Never Summer's R.C. is the best version available. This board is a true all-mountain killer...soft enough to butter and press, poppy enough to boost jumps, and stable enough to straightline through chop. Seriously, the shittiest part about owning this deck is having to go back to my rock board until there's enough snowfall to rip in the woods. It's that good. If you're worried about Never Summer's reputation of building heavy tanks, you'll be pleased to know they've gotten a LOT lighter and snappier in recent years without losing that confidence-inspiring damp stability that makes them so awesome. Buy one.