Locked and loaded, the Never Summer Funslinger Snowboard takes aim at every feature in the park, with plenty of ammo leftover for the rest of the mountain. This soft-flexing freestyle board is surprisingly responsive and poppy, ready to shreds rails, jumps, and pipe with equal prowess. Plus, it boasts an Asym sidecut and Vario Power Grip to provide the edge hold needed when you leave the park behind and want to get into some au naturale terrain. Ripsaw Rocker Camber is similar to the original R. C. profile, but with enhanced camber zones that give it a poppier, more responsive feel and improved edge hold, yet retains its forgiving flex. This means you can go straight from buttering rollers to boosting the pipe without missing a beat. Not to mention, the asymmetric sidecut features a deeper heel sidecut so your heelside turns feel just as powerful as your toeside carves. Never Summer's Boost Flex core features a slim, streamlined side profile to cut weight while providing more consistent flex. Bi-Lite fiberglass gives it a smooth, even flex, while Carbon VXR laminates extend in V's from the inserts to the edges for efficient energy transfer that improves response and loads up the board on ollies for insane pop.
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