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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.
So sick, so smooth and SO FREAKIN FAST!
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.
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)