With deep Colorado roots, it makes sense that Never Summer made the Heritage Snowboard as a medium-stiff deck that lives to crush the steepest runs and deepest powder with style and stability. It's built off the NS Original Rocker Camber profile, which has rocker for added play between the bindings, as well as float through deep powder, while camber from the inserts to the contact points adds responsive feel and powerful snap into the mix for ripping groomers and blasting over crud with stability. A true twin deck, the Heritage is just as adept cruising switch, as it is floating through fresh, untracked snow without dipping your nose. The SuperLight Wood core gives you an extremely high strength-to-weight ratio for powerful pop and lively response, while the Carbon Max Laminates and Bi-Lite fiberglass layups maximize torsional response and strength when you're launching drops and straight-lining chutes. Plus, the board's Vario Power Grip sidecut uses multiple sidecut radii to provide solid grip on icy steeps and bulletproof runs.
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