Developed with ride and design input from NS' resident freestyle ripper, Dylan Alito, the Never Summer Peacemaker Snowboard is the exact tool you need for proper nosepresses down 20-stair rails and stomped landings spun off 40-foot kickers. A soft mid-section flex gives you that locked-in feeling on round rails and allows you to truly press it out, while the significantly stiffer nose and tail spring-load your pop off of jump lips and help land with stability. Built with Original Rocker Camber, the Peacemaker features enhanced cambered areas for aggressive edge hold and tremendous pop while maintaining the versatility of Original Rocker Camber for days when there's fresh snow. And when there's more than just a dusting of fresh snow, the Blower Stance delivers a versatile feel that helps you stay afloat in the deep stuff. Never Summer's Press Flex core features two specific softer flex points between the feet to create better hinge points for ultimate pressing and ollie performance, while the Bi-Lite fiberglass gives it a smooth, even flex. Carbon Max Laminate technology combines an advanced top and bottom carbon matrix to maximize response and strength where it's needed most, all without adding any extra weight.
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