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Never Summer Ripsaw Snowboard 2017

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The Never Summer Ripsaw snowboard features twice as much camber underfoot to help you pop higher and carve harder. Rocker between the bindings helps your nose float above powder.

A mid-firm flex and Vario Power Grip sidecut ensure you get maximum control and stability at speed. The true twin shape permits effortless switch carves, making the Ripsaw X the go-to board for any aggressive all-terrain rider.
Ride Style:
  • All Mountain
  • Park/​Jumps
  • Powder/​Freeride
  • Aggressive Riding
  • Flex Rating:
    Primary Camber:
    Camber Dominant
    Secondary Camber:
    Key Features:
  • Ripsaw Rocker Camber Profile
  • Vario Power Grip Sidecut
  • Dampness Rating: Mid
  • 3 Year Warranty
  • Core:
    NS Superlight Wood Core
  • Bi-Lite Fiberglass
  • STS Pretensioned Fiberglass
  • Carbon VXR Laminate Technology
  • RDS 2 Rubber Damping System
  • Elastomeric Underfoot Stabilizers
  • Base:
    Durasurf Sintered 4501 Base
  • Low-Profile Tip & Tail
  • Sintered P-Tex Sidewalls
  •  159162
    Waist Width (cm):25.425.7
    Suggested Boot Size (US):< 11< 11.5
    Stance Set Back (in):00
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    Slay Blade, for seriousness!!
    by Beau Hawkins in AVON, CO (Verified Buyer)
    Posted on 1/30/2017
    Never Summer Ripsaw Snowboard
    Hieght: 5' 10"
    Weight: Just under 160 lbs
    Boot: 11

    First, a 156 twin should not be this fast, or stable!! Turns are quick and responsive, and you can bury the edge. The stiffness gives lots of power in transition, and very stable straight line. I'd say good in CO pow...for a twin. The RS profile gives great feel and control over a wider range of conditions than the old RC profile. Did I mention ollie power?!

    The cons: This isn't really a slow down and play board. You can feel it just wants charge...anything. Not going to lie here, if you get off your game you it can bite you. The profile does allow it to be a touch more forgiving than full camber, but not by a whole lot. Buttering is hard. I threw a slash but it was tough. Technical jibs probably won't work. I've done a few 50-50's and boardslides, but I'm not the best jibber so that's as far as I'll go on it. This is more of kicker board, which it's great at!

    Basically if you want a twin that can charge hard with precision, you found it. If you want something more rounded/forgiving than a Type Two would be better.
    2 people have found this review helpful

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