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Who has experience with the Revolution board? what do you think of them? Do they compare to Neversummer?

http://www.rideharder.com/revolution/about.php

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Ryel
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 No they don't compare.  Not really sure how good their boards are and to be honest I am not even sure if they are still making made to order boards.  The one review I saw of their boards described them as a "plank" and that was about it.  That's one person's opinion, and I have no idea if they knew what they were talking about.  These are the same jokers that had the "Miller releasable snowboard binding" if that sheds any light on the company for you. 
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 Neversummer makes some good snowboards.  But Revolution boards are fantastic.   They build snowboards for many different brands so you may have ridden on a Revolution snowboard and didn't even know it.   I've used a few of their back country spacific boards and love them.   They have a swallow tail board that has the best float of any board I have ever owned.   and I do own a lot of snowboards.   
you can check out the site at http://revolutionmfg.com   
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Their boards are actually really, really nice. I own a Neversummer and made a custom board with Revolution, the the Revolution board is FAR better. Unlike killclimbz uneducated remarks, I am sure about the quality of both boards. He's probably from Denver or something. Ha ha. Like I said, I own both brands. These guys are dope, have the best warranty in the business, and make the best boards in the industry. Well, that's my opinion at least.

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I love how the two douchenozzles who vouch for Revolution snowboards have one post each.

 

How are those releasable binders working out for you?  They are really catching fire.

 

Get a Neversummer.  Higher production value, patented tech, great customer support.

 

Maybe (and pigs will fly out of my arse too) Revolution are high end production boards.  Besides for these two guys who obviously work for or have a relationship with Revolution, nobody has squat to say about them.  Either way.

 

And yeah, I'm uneducated

 

Then again this thread is over a year old, why am I responding to two douches who obviously don't know jack about what they are talking?


Edited by killclimbz - 11/3/10 at 2:32pm
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Originally Posted by killclimbz View Post

I love how the two douchenozzles who vouch for Revolution snowboards have one post each.

 

How are those releasable binders working out for you?  They are really catching fire.

 

Get a Neversummer.  Higher production value, patented tech, great customer support.

 

Maybe (and pigs will fly out of my arse too) Revolution are high end production boards.  Besides for these two guys who obviously work for or have a relationship with Revolution, nobody has squat to say about them.  Either way.

 

And yeah, I'm uneducated

 

Then again this thread is over a year old, why am I responding to two douches who obviously don't know jack about what they are talking?


 

Last sentence made me laugh.  Neversummer makes really nice boards, for sure, and I hear they actually tried to quiet down one guy on another part of the web who promoted their stuff a bit too much.  If you make a good board, the product tends to speak for itself.  Other  manufacturers may want to learn from that.

 

Killclimbz is one of the more knowledgeable guys on here for anyone jsut dropping in. 

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so would you suggest a revolution custom board as one that would last for a long time?

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Boards have a finite life.  The ride is going to be different after 30-50 days, for any board.  Cheap boards will generally not last as long.  You are paying a premium for how the board rides, not necessarily how much longer it will last. 

 

That said, brands like Never Summer, Venture, Unity, tend to last for a lot longer than other brands.  On the flip side, the ride is going to be much different once you pass that 100 day mark with any deck.  It just doesn't matter. 

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