Never Summer Proto Slinger Snowboard

Never Summer Proto Slinger Snowboard
Never Summer Proto Slinger Snowboard
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Proto Slinger Snowboard by Never Summer
After the fan-favorite Funslinger and Proto went off to enjoy retired life, Never Summer went to work in resurrecting their spirits by combining the best of both aforementioned decks--the playfulness of the Funslinger's softer flex with the Proto's all-mountain versatility--to create the Proto Slinger Snowboard. It features NS's new Shock Wave Rocker Camber Profile and Asymmetrical edge bite to offer up a freestyle board that's capable of far more than most freestyle boards available. It flexes easily for fun in the park, floats like a dream in powder, and pops off rollers with the power of a board with twice its stiffness.

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SKU: NVSR15I
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