Lady West SnowboardLady West Snowboard

Lady West Snowboard


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*Fusion Rocker Camber*

The Lady West tames all terrain. Decimating groomers, slashing pow, and carving a path to ecstasy, she overcomes anything on the horizon. Slight taper, updated shape and Recluse Carbon Web Layup has her floating better, carving better and maneuvering better… because she is better. Saddle up. Get ready to ride.

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  1. Shawna Mayo

    I’m a picky lady!! Let’s be honest…

    Most women’s boards are rough. They do some things well, but unless you’re buying a $700 pro model, they just don’t hold us for those of us ladies who ride hard and put it away wet!

    This is not that board… The Lady West is a gift from the snow gods in my eyes. From laid out euro carves on ice packed groomers, to chunder laps left over from the gapers, powder at Copper Mtn that was literally chest deep, jumps, cliffs, and more…. I could not be happier! Even though it is directional, I can still rip this switch for a transition from a landing, Cadillac through the worst of the worst, and get deep into my soul carves.

    I usually ride a 146, but this I went up to a 149, and I do not regret it! I also have the 151 Lady West Split which I love just as equally. If you’re an intermediate to advanced rider, looking for a board that not only keeps up, but pushes your riding to the next level, this is it. I haven’t been so stoked on a board in quite some time! Thanks for making such rad gear NS! Stoked

    • Chris Harris

      Thanks Shawna. Glad to have you on Never Summer!

  2. Neni

    This has quickly become my favorite daily driver. A board which does everything very well and lets one enjoy long days on the slopes without making ones legs tired, as it is dampening the afternoon bumps so very well.

    The beauty of this board is that it can do all three: if one wants to charge and carve, it will do. Speed is no issue. Carving is not as with a good old stiff full camber, but sweet enough to lay it down low and enjoy the g-forces. If one is lazy and wants to cruise? It’ll do and is easy on you and your knees. You won’t get bumped around in moguls, you ride them easily as the board is so nimble.

    If one wants to ride pow? It’ll do. Beautifully so! (Mind, I got the 156 at 128lbs). I took it with me on a trip to Japan into bottomless deep pow in trees where it was super easy to ride, as well as into steep lines bootpacking in the Alps, where I mainly ride.

    Can highly recommend this deck to any gal who likes to charge and ride pow all day, but also likes a board which is forgiving and easy on ones knees. It’s a real “have fun all-day” board. Of a quiver of 6 boards I own, this one is out on snow on 90% of the days.

    • Chris Harris

      Thx Neni! We appreciate the great review.