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The Never Summer Heritage Snowboard—limited-edition graphics for your endless winter.

The Never Summer Heritage Snowboard gives you lightweight versatility to spin off the cat track and then rip through the trees. This freeride snowboard absolutely dominates the mountain. Carbon VXM laminate construction provides power and hair-trigger response to make tight turns, but leaves the tip and tail forgiving enough to jib off anything. The FlightCore, deep sidecut, and RDS 2 dampening system work hand-in-hand to give you pop, high-speed edge hold, a smooth ride, and reliable performance. Never Summer numbers each of these limited-edition snowboards and gives them retro NS Colorado graphics—not to mention Never Summer's unreal three-year warranty.

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no question here. i just want this board....

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no question here. i just want this board. somebody buy it and mail it to me.

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Excellent!!

I´ll start with the conclusion. As the others here say, this stick is awesome.

Perfect flex for charging, but soft enough in the tips for general fooling around, plus, the POP! (absinthe whore here). I like to charge. I like to charge switch, and I like throwing little tricks off rollers. I also like pow. I really like pow. I don´t like ice, but where I live, you´ll need a board capable of cutting into the ice. The Heritage can do this. Not well, not decent, but fkn Excellent, capital E!

The sidecut could be less aggressive (shallower), but that´s part of the charm with this board. It´s not perfect, but it´s the best board I´ve owned in the all mountain category. Ride it with a 1cm setback from center of sidecut, like I do on my rockboard, an Arbor Mystic, which is also great, but a little less playful than the Heritage.

So, support the best snowboard manufacturer in the world, and get your fat or skinny ass on a Heritage.

I´m 5´10", burly 190lbs frame, ride aggressive on the mountain and stay the hell out of parks. My Heritage is an 08/09 162.