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September 24, 2012
I rode this board last year and fell in love with it. I am About 6'1 and I rode a 154, had no problem charging powder on it, super fun in the park also. This board is a all around killer. Hands down one of the most durable boards i have ever been on. LOVE NEVER SUMMER.......
Is it extremely flexy? I know it's a 5 but all board brands are different. Was wondering if anyone that owned it could tell me how much flex this actually gave. I like stiffer boards for park and such.
February 12, 2013
I have a '12 and was comin off a lib tech trs...this board will do anything and it is soft id give it a 5...at really high speeds you feel the chatter but isn't scary...I took in 2' of powder at snowbird, UT and all the ice rinks where I live in New England...awesome board light as a feather, scratch resistant topsheet
February 17, 2013
No it is not as soft as a lot of 5's out there. Plenty of flex for getting your press on but still has a backbone for landing big jumps and holding an edge. Really sick board.
By: Josh Chapman
February 12, 2013
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March 10, 2013
I'm a park rat that has been taking all my bag of tricks into the all mountain scene. This board is my soul mate.
I've been riding Full rocker/flat rocker boards for 3 years and these cambers are great in the park but when it came to groomers and all terrain, these boards are dead and unresponsive. Because if this, I've been very disappointed and started getting over snowboarding. The Neversummer Proto CT X has made snowboarding alive to me again. It's a flexy board for park but holds edges and more responsive than anything I've tried before.
If you are a boarder, looking to kill all over the mountain and take your snowboarding to the next level, look no further. The Proto is for you.
February 16, 2013
This board is awesome, its rocker and camber profiles make for a really playful forgiving feel and it makes for easy moving in the flats- just penguin walk down the trail! Rode well all over on ice and particularly well in the park, definitely recommend
January 22, 2013
Just got a chance to ride my proto CTX 152 this past weekend and i was amazed, it blew every board ive ridden so far out of the water. i sized down from my 156 arbor westmark (Which cannot even compare to this board) and its so much more nimble, responsive and damp even though my CTX is wider.
its not as stiff as some make it out to be, i have a buddy who rides a 157 evo and i rode them back to back, and my proto felt just as playful, but held its own better at speed. Felt fine in the park as well.
btw im 5'11, 175lbs and a size 11 boot. rode this with M burton Re:flex Genesis and it was a match made in heaven.
- 152 mm, 155 mm, 158 mm, 160 mm
- medium (5 of 10 on Never Summer's scale)
- rocker and camber (hybrid)
- sintered P-Tex
- Effective Edge:
- [152cm] 1200 mm; [155cm] 1220 mm; [158cm] 1250 mm; [160cm] 1280 mm
- Waist Width:
- [152cm] 258 mm; [155cm] 261 mm; [158cm] 264 mm; [160cm] 265 mm
- Sidecut Radius:
- [152cm] 7.27 m; [155cm] 7.28 m; [158cm] 7.35 m; [160cm] 7.5 m
- Stance Setback:
- NS Superlight (wood)
- Durasurf XT 5501 sintered
- Recommended Use:
- all-mountain, freestyle
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 3 years