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Never Summer Proto HD Snowboard 2015

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The Proto HD snowboard from Never Summer is the Swiss Army Knife of snowboarding, because today it's all about versatility. The board's Extended Rocker Camber profile allows effortless edge to edge transitioning. Harmonic Dampers and Perforated Rocker Pads eliminate vibration, yet the board remains crisp and lively. A snow warning has been issued and the mountains are scared. The balanced, true twin Proto HD has arrived.
Flex Rating:
Primary Ride Style:
All Mountain
Also Good For:
  • Park / Jumps
  • Powder / Freeride
  • Shape:
    Camber Tech:
    Never Summer Extended Transition (RC) Technology
    Sidecut/​Edge Control:
  • Vario Power Grip
  • Sintered P-Tex Sidewalls
  • Full Wrap Metal Edges
  • Flex/​Pop/​Stability:
  • NS Superlight Wood Core
  • Bi-Lite Fiberglass
  • STS Pretensioned Fiberglass
  • Carbonium Laminate Technology
  • Elastomeric Underfoot Stabilizers
  • Low-Profile Tip and Tail
  • Harmonic Tip and Tail Damper
  • Perforated Rocker Pad
  • RDS 2 Damping System
  • Dampness Meter: 4
  • Base/​Speed:
    Durasurf XT Sintered 5501 Base
    Carbonium Topsheet
    3 Year Warranty

    Waist Width (cm):24.425.125.325.5
    Suggested Boot Size (US):<9<10.5<11<11.5
    Stance Set Back (in):0000
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    by Zach T in Tyngsboro, MA (Verified Buyer)
    Posted on 3/30/2015
    Never Summer Proto HD Snowboard
    Incredible board. I upgraded from a Ride Society 157 and noticed an immediate difference. Smooth ride and turn initiation is seamless. Couldn't be happier, wish I switched to never summer earlier!
    1 person has found this review helpful
    Fun Quiver Killer
    by Steve in North Carolina
    Posted on 12/25/2014
    Never Summer Proto HD Snowboard
    This board does it all. It is the perfect flex, not too stiff and not too soft. I have ridden this board all over the mountain and I do not have a single issue with this board. It is an easy turning and great edge hold board. I love this board paired with Burton Genesis Re-flex bindings. I also love that this board is made right here in the USA.
    1 person has found this review helpful
    The only board you will ever need
    by Steve in Silverthorne, CO (Verified Buyer)
    Posted on 3/12/2014
    Never Summer Proto HD Snowboard (Closeout)
    I live in high country Colorado and have ridden 40 days this season. I snapped a Ride board last month riding hard, so I was in dire need of a solid replacement for my quiver. Out here, everyone represents Colorado with pride, and a LOT of people ride Never Summer (almost the majority). Now I see why.

    This board is amazing. Responsive, solid at high speeds (no chatter), holds an edge when you're carving hard and tons of pop. I haven't seen a condition that this board hasn't excelled in, and honestly, I feel like it makes me a better rider. It's almost as if the board has a mind of it's own, and knows when you're dropping in on a kicker or need that extra hold carving a turn. If you're an experienced rider, this should be the only board you need.

    I don't know what the guys over at Never Summer do, but I swear they put magic in their boards. There's no other way to describe the feeling of this deck under your feet. I've recommended their boards to my friends, and they say the same thing. It's just an amazing product.
    4 people have found this review helpful

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    Asked by Apo on 8/2/2013
    Hey Guys,

    I love your youtube channel and this is what brought me here to decide which Proto I would buy. Currently I am riding last year's attack banana 156. However, it seems a bit too short for my liking and it is not that stable on speed and on flats. I am almost 6'1 and and about 155 pounds. I am trying to decide between the 157 Proto and the 160. I like to ride piste and to build some speed with the occasional jumps and powder runs. Your input on this is highly appreciated ;)

    Answered on 8/14/2013
    i would go with the 157. a 160 would probably be too much board for your weight.
    1 person has found this answer helpful