The Never Summer Twenty Five is a great choice for the experienced rider looking for something that can take on steep lines, swivel through tree lines, and carve up groomers; it’s also going to be a solid choice on powder days providing lots of float. I would recommend this snowboard to intermediate riders and up due to the directional shape, stiff flex, and aggressive feel it provides.
The Never Summer Proto Type 2 is a versatile snowboard that’s equally fun carving groomers and exploring as it is taking sunny park laps. Featuring a rocker dominant profile, a medium flex for stability, vario power grip for edge hold, and a sintered base for speed, this board is very similar to the Funslinger but beefed up in a few key ways.
The Never Summer Warlock is a good choice for someone who enjoys the catch free feel and playfulness that rocker provides, but still wants a high performing snowboard on edge. The warlock is a lot of fun in the park, and the medium flex brings stability for a solid ride while cruising and jumping.
The Funslinger was one of the most fun boards I tested all season. I really like boards running an asymmetrical side cut, and I think Never Summer hit the nail on the head with their Rip Saw profile. Normally I prefer camber dominant profiles but enjoyed the mix of playfulness and aggressiveness this board provided. Learn more and check out our review of this snowboard.