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1 5

Call me what you want, but when you are charging down a hard pack slope with tons of slop everywhere around 1pm, this board does not hold an edge. I found it to be light under foot yes but i could feel each little dribble of snow cookies under foot. Meaning it did not dampen any vibration.

This was at Demo Day at Boreal 12/8/11.

id rather ride one of my older rental boards that was regular camber.


5 5

Ride bindings have not let me down. My first pair of bindings were Ride, and now I run Ride Deltas on my NS SL-R and i run Older Ride SPi's with 2007/08 burton toe-caps (prior to the hole in the toe style seen these days). As a shop employee and a seasoned rider: Rides provide the stability and stiffness needed for daily abuse on pow and park runs alike.



5 5

Tony & the pals at Never Summer hooked it up in March last season by sending me the 2009/2010 Evo-R in white, size 153! It is one of the best boards I've ever ripped on. I run a medium binding and am a smaller guy but this board holds such an edge at high speeds but is so soft when hitting boxes or booters. If you want a durable, stable-yet-soft board for all conditions with main focus on lapping the park half the day: look no further. (weeps cause its not snowing)

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