- Price: £495
- Sizes: 155, 158. 160, 162, 165
- Width: Normal
- Flex: 6
They say: A truly versatile all mountain freestyle machine
We say: Never Summer have gone for the more all-mountain end of the big mountain market with this one. Still soft enough to piss about on, so maybe not quite as solid as some at warp speed. But more forgiving, and still brilliant in pow.
Tester says: Great for ripping down at speed through anything.
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About Never Summer
- Building boards since: 1991
- HQ in: Denver, CO, USA
- History lesson: Never Summer has officially been in the business of building boards since 1991, but its founders Tracey and Tim Canaday have been designing and making their own models for far longer. The two brothers built their first in 1983, and to this day, they continue to build most of their boards by hand out of their factory near the Never Summer Mountains in Colorado.
- Ridden by: Annoyingly talented brats from Denver who’ll hike up into the backwoods of Breckenridge for their fix, but equally aren’t afraid of hitting up a street rail in their mom and pop’s backyard if its on.