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Thrill Seeker Colossal Carver | Fusion Rocker Camber
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Brad Clayton – March 14, 2021
Had the privilege of riding this board as a demo from Dark flavour on an epic 32” powder day at powder king. I couldn’t believe how effortless it was to ride, just set my stance and let the board do it’s magic. Ended up staying a 2nd day and Zero equipment fatigue after 2 hard days in the powder. I had a day since on a different powder board and it just wasn’t the same. This board will 100% be added to my quiver. No clue how it rides on groomers as there was soooooo much snow, but I also don’t care, amazing board.
Chris Harris – March 25, 2021
‘Amazing board.’ Thx Clayton!
Daniel Patterson – February 27, 2021
I adore my Big Gun! I’m 6′ 5″, in my 6th season boarding, and this particular board opened up a new world of possibilities for me! I cannot stress how nimble, responsive, floaty, and yet stable this board is. I bought it for powder and used my 162 Proto Type Two (another great board) as my go-to board, but I’m now riding my 165 Big Gun every day! It floats on powder, performs great in trees, is surprisingly deft at popping through moguls, and will hold steady if you just want to go fast! Never Summer boards hold up over time and enable the rider. Also, they have the most amazing customer service. Thanks for the fun!
Chris Harris – March 2, 2021
Opened up a new world of possibilities…thx Daniel!
Joshua S Dodgen – December 6, 2020
I received my board for the 20/21 season. I am an intermediate to advanced rider ( 6’2 210lbs) who loves to carve, go fast, float through powder, but still hit some jumps and go through the trees. This board does it all! I was on a rossignol Templar last year, and the Big Gun is a bugatti to a toyota. I am stoked to use this as my everyday all day board for many many seasons to come.
Chris Harris – December 6, 2020
Thanks Joshua! We get the analogy, but we do love Toyotas! 🙂
Mike Snow – November 9, 2020
When I ordered my first Big Gun 174 I thought it was going to be purely a powder board, but was surprised how fun it was to carve on the groomers. My next surprise was how nimble it was in tight tree lines. Fast forward to the next season when I ordered up the 169 Big Gun. I found myself passing up my Legacy (my previous favorite NS shape) and Heritage on a regular basis to instead ride the 169 Big Gun. While the nose is flexy enough to maintain float it seamlessly transitions to solid midsection that has enough damping to eat up the chop, even for big boys in the 200+ club. Honestly the only issue I have with the Big Gun is that the rest of my quiver doesn’t see much love now.
Chris Harris – November 10, 2020
Poor quiver…but we all have our favorites! Thx Mike.
Chad Brockmeyer – August 25, 2020
I have owned 4 Big Guns. Each time I lend one to a buddy on a powder day they open their wallets and ask what it’s going to cost to buy it so then can ride it tomorrow. With the set-back stance you can really size up instead of size down. 165 is my daily driver and 169 is my no pun intended big gun. Both boards carve really well on groomers and still carve really well riding switch. If you like to ride powder it’s an absolute no brainer.
Chris Harris – August 25, 2020
Right on Chad! The BigGun is catching on. It’s sometimes hard for people to understand that this big board really does perform without being overbearing. Thanks for spreading the word!