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The sky's the limit when you're riding the peak-to-park slaying Never Summer Women's Infinity Snowboard. Based off Never Summer's legendary SL, the Infinity charges steeps, floats through fresh powder, and boosts off kickers without skipping a beat. Ideally tuned to the needs of lady rippers, its female-specific width, flex pattern, and shape make this board easy to ride all over the mountain, whether you're cruising for the day or simply messing around the park.

So, what's the secret to the Infinity's all-mountain prowess? Simply put, its twin shape, medium-soft flex, and Rocker Camber profile make for an extremely versatile ride that's playful enough to cruise the park but responsive enough to take off the beaten path too. The board's Rocker Camber profile places rocker underfoot, giving you a playful feel between the feet for buttering, also allowing for easy turn initiation and great float through powder. Just after the binding inserts, the board's camber extends to the contacts for added power and drive, also adding a bit more stability to stomp landings.

New this year is Never Summer's NS SuperLight core, which fuses sustainably-harvested poplar with hardwood birch to create an incredibly lightweight, yet durable core that has a snappy feel. Add to that vibration-reducing Elastometric stabilizers and a ride-smoothing RDS 2 damping system, and the result is a lively board that absorbs chatter over rough terrain at high speeds. Bi-Lite fiberglass keeps the flex smooth and soft enough to lock into presses on boxes, while Carbon VXR laminates give the board extra snap and response when initiating turns without stiffening the board's mid-section. Finally, the tough Durasurf sintered base keeps you moving fast no matter what terrain you choose to conquer.

  • Rocker between the inserts, camber underfoot
  • Extended transition zones
  • Twin shape
  • Vario Power Grip sidecut
  • Carbon VXR laminate and Bi-Lite fiberglass
  • RDS 2 dampening system
  • NS SuperLight wood core
  • Durasurf sintered 4501 base
  • Matte topsheet
  • Sintered P-Tex sidewall
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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought the NS infinity women's board from Bubba's board shop at the Pergatory resort in Colorado in 2013. Been snowboarding for about 15 years. In all that time I had become pretty convinced I knew who made a good snowboard and was loyal to a particular brand. While in Purgatory I was force to rent a board that was so bad I l was left with the choice of renting another one of the same brand, or buying a new board and bindings of a completely different brand (Never Summer), since that was all this guy Bubba sold. Note-Bubba did NOT rent me the peice of crap I rode. It was another place. Now, Bubba said he would take it back if I rode the Never Sumer down the mountain and didn't like it. I'm still riding that Never Summer infinity 2013 with the wolf and dream catcher on it. I'll buy another one when I'm ready for a new board. I haven't caught my front edge and slammed my face into the ice or felt out of control once since I got this board. I don't feel like I have to dramatically flip my whole body around to get the board to react. It is responsive and smooth. I wish I found Never Summer sooner...could have saved me a concussion.

Hi, i'm intermediate, 5"2, 127lbs, i'm used to a 140cm. Should I go with 142 or 145cm? I'm mostly riding in uneven, icy conditions, but I like freeride when possible. Thanks

Hi there,



I'd suggest going with the 145 for more stability in the conditions that you'll be shredding in. The 142 will be a little shorter, which in turn will make it more squirrely at faster speeds which will force you to turn more to keep control of the board. Hope this helps!



If you have any other questions feel free to drop me a line or give me a call.



mburnett@backcountry.com



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800.409.4502

My girlfriend likes a shorter board to have more control and sharper turns. She's intermediate and 5'6 and thin. What is the right size board? Is 142 in the Infinity too short?

Ryan,



Do you know her weight? Also, do you know what she has historically ridden and how she's felt about those sizes? Sizing is as much preference based as it is weight based.



Shoot me an email with those details and I can size out a board for you guys.