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The quintessential Never Summer freeride deck.

If spinning off jumps isn't your thing and you just want an aggressive, damp board built for straight-up speed in any condition, the Never Summer Premier F1 Snowboard will bring your most twisted freeride fantasies to life. Boasting a progressively snappy freeride flex and all of Never Summer's top-end dampening technologies, the Premier F1 blasts through crust, grips on ice, and floats above the deep stuff with power and precision.

  • R.C. Rocker Camber profile blends rocker between your feet with camber zones in the tip & tail for a mix of powerful turns and insane float
  • RDS-1 Dampening System uses three rubber elastomer foil layers to eliminate vibration and improve stability at mind-bending speeds
  • Progressive flex is softer in the nose for better float in deep snow, and stiffer in the tail for spring-loaded carves and huge ollies
  • Carbon V-Twin Laminate increases torsional stiffness for improved edge control, and features more carbon in the tail than the nose to complement the board's progressive flex
  • P-tex tip and tail protectors guard against impact damage and delams

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5 5

neversummer premier f1 AWSOME

AWSOME BOARD!! took it to mammoth mountain last week.. ME 1... mammoth 0... =)

2 5

Not a big mountain board.

This is a fun board for low angle pow and lower mountain jibbyness, but just can't haul balls like the titan or standard camber f1 could. The R.C. just isn't nearly as stable at speed and doesn't link up nearly as well in high speed turns, not to mention the sacrifice in pop. I will say it lands well in the pow, but other than that R.C. isn't good for true big mountain riding. It's got a fun surfy feel if that's what your looking for. Great all around board, but not meant for going mach 10. Super solid never summer construction as usual, but they need to bring back a cambered board to their line up, we don't all ride low angle summit county resorts.

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I completely disagree. I have the 2011 version, and it rips everything. I've taken it all over the Wasatch, not just low angle summit country resorts. It adsorbs chop at high speeds, and Ive held onto lots landings that I would of gotten bucked over the front with a cambered board. Its a different ride, but it still pops when you get back onto the tail.

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I disagree also, I rode a 2011 NS premier in Haines AK last year (172cm) and stuck everything I went off, very stable and forgiving. The pow was deep and the runouts sometimes horrible snow. The board was awesome in all condistions.Torsional rigidity was perfect and maybe I did not go Mach 10, but close to Mach 9...

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Do you guys think a size 12 foot would be too big for this board in maybe a 165cm?

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Yes, I must also disagree. I rode a 2011 Premier F1 all last season, and it's my go-to board. Very stable, damp, floats, carves... I love it, and I've tried MANY high quality freeride boards. I'm a big fan of the RC design as it give you the forgiveness and playfulness of rocker without sacrificing much pop and edge hold. I find that the result is a serious all mountain board that's actually easy and fun to ride. Try it!

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There is a reason guys like Jeremy Jones, Xavier DeLarue, and Bode Merrill ride boards with camber under foot. It's way better at high speeds. Not saying it is a bad board at all, it just not optimal for going really fast like a Big Mountain gun should be. In my opinion it falls more into the all-mountain category. Everything rides great in pow. I feel with the R.C. you sacrifice more than you gain from a Big Mountain standpoint.

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I disagree too, i ride a 2011 version of this board and ive been GPS'd at 53mph on it. It has tremendous edge hold!! Way better than my 2005 Premier which is only cambered.

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Also disagree with this review, mostly because this board is not supposed to be Big Mountain, it's supposed to be freeride. If you wanted Big Mountain, you should have gone with the Raptor. Still, this board holds it down on groomers and icy spots, while being super fun and surfy in the powder, unless you want to get aggressive - and you can do that too. Lands softly, not super poppy but you're not working with much tail back there (plus I have a wide stance), and since the tail is narrower than the nose. I've found it to be stable at high speeds, although I have a super duck foot stance so I can't go straight very well. But riding this board on high speed carves on groomers and icy spots - awesome, even though it's about 5 cm longer than the boards I would normally ride on groomers.

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Must disagree also.
I have the 2010 Premier RC and the old camber 2005 premier. The new one is way more fun. It does lose a bit of grip but spins and turns much faster. It is not as fast as the Raptor so if speed is your thing, buy a raptor or get a Titan at a garage sale.
But if it is pow you chase and want to have fun on the way, get the new premier RC it outstanding in pow and on the whole mountain. As a gage if you weigh 170 and want it mostly for powder I would go with the 162.

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my 162 Premire F1 2011 edition is pretty damn good in almost any conditions. The flex is super and the lack of chatter is awesome. Best board ever. Deep steep pow or low angle or groomers. Buy one.