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I love the look of this watch, but comfort wise not my favorite. If you wear the watch on your left hand like i do, the triangle shape plus the screw for adjusting the time can jab into the back of your hand if you write or bend your wrist.
If is you are just wearing to look good, then you are set.
Comfy, Light, Adjustable, and Do anything type bindings.
My only concern is the heelcup can easily strip. If you have ever taken apart these binding you know that there are two screws that screw into the ankle strap. In order to get them to tighten the heelcup is slotted to prevent the screw female from spinning, and to tighten the two. This small part of the heelcup stripped when I was changing the strap length. Luckily I got it to tighten, and if it gets any worse I know that Union has a lifetime warranty on their heelcup so I am not worried. Also the paint seems to be flaking off ever so slightly on some of the plastic pieces.
Other than that they work perfect, and love them. I am so glad that I got them for my Evo.
If you read these posts then you will see I was debating between several different boards. But, I am so glad that I choose this board, it is exactly what I was looking for.
It is fun, and flexible and very forgiving; the R.C. tech is perfect and allows board to be playful, but still bomb at high speeds; its light, but still very very well built; it can kill the powder in the morning, and then do park laps the rest of the day. It is a perfect quiver killer, and does everything on the mountain extremely well. All USA made, and include Never Summer's 3 year warranty!
This board is perfect for me, and I am so glad that I got it.
How is the build quality for GNU. I have not heard too many good things for hard riders. I have been know to smack my Neversummer on rocks and anything that gets in its way and have had no problems... Can this live up to the same abuse?
I am debating between this and evo.
I want a board that will kill it all- backcountry, groomers and park, but when I do go into the park I ijb more than jump. Should I get EVO or SL?
Does the SL have a bigger nose than tail?
Which board is lighter?
SL or the EVO?
How stiff is this board compared to others?
-I have a NS and it said it was not that stiff, but it is crazy stiff; given it is few years old so the rating system may have changed. I also have a burton and it says it is a "3" and it is a limp noodle!
Basically is this board stiff and responsive enough to do it all, or should I just get the SL?
This board or the GNU riders Choice?
Should I get these or the rome Targa?
Should get these or the Union Contacts?