Never Summer Heritage

Never Summer Heritage

The Never Summer Heritage is an intermediate to advanced freeride snowboard with legendary Never Summer durability and warranty! The Heritage boasts Never Summer's Carbon VXM laminate over a Flight Wood Core with a Sintered Durasurf XT base. The Heritage is a limited edition board. Each one is individually numbered and comes with NeverSummer's vintage Colorado graphics. The board also features a full three year warranty!

Riders love the durability of Never Summer boards and the Heritage is no exception. Riders say the Heritage is stiff enough for a fast, tight ride but it also has enough pop to kill the kickers. The board dampers chatter very well on ice and rides like glass on fresh pow. The Never Summer Heritage comes in 155, 158, 160, 162 and 165. There is also a wide version, the Heritage X, which comes in sizes 156W, 159W, 163W and 166W.

  • : 9.5
  • : 9.0
  • : 9.5
  • : 9.5

Other boards to consider:

  1. Never Summer Premier

Compare Prices on the Never Summer Heritage

Product NameMerchant NameRetail PriceSale Price
Never Summer Concept LongboardDogfunk.com$219.95$175.96
Never Summer Premier F1 SnowboardBackcountry.com$509.99$356.99
Never Summer Heritage SnowboardDogfunk.com$559.99$391.99
Never Summer Heritage X Snowboard - WideDogfunk.com$559.99$391.99
Never Summer Heritage X Snowboard - WideBackcountry.com$559.99$391.99
Never Summer Heritage SnowboardBackcountry.com$559.99$391.99
Never Summer Heritage Snowboard 2014evo$559.99$447.99
Never Summer Heritage X Snowboard 2014evo$559.99$447.99
NEVER SUMMER HERITAGEPeter Glenn Ski & Sports$559.99$503.99
Never Summer Heritage X Wide Snowboard (Men's)Peter Glenn Ski & Sports$559.99$503.99

2 Comments »

  1. Comment by Michael

    This board will rock your socks! I first tried the Heritage on a demo day in Jan 06. I wasn’t satisfied with my Burton Canyon and didn’t know enough to know what I really wanted. Just wasn’t happy. I felt the difference in the Heritage just getting off the first lift. It just felt good. Fast and stable but easy to turn. Good side cut gives the tip and tail just a bit more width than a Premier. I can run fast on the blue and black groomers and then duck into a twisty tree run. Lean back in the powder and your floating on a cloud. The stance is closer to center than most directional boards, so running fackie isn’t too bad. First board I have been able to run in moggle fields on also. 07/08 was my first season for rails, pipes and jumps. Rails and pipes are fine, but my inexperience and the agressive side cut makes landings touchy. You gotta stick the down side, nice and flat or the board might edge and turn out from under you. My board is an 06/07 model and number 3 off the assembly line. It has about 40 days on the mountain and still looks and rides terrific. The top sheet is tough and holds up well, so it hardly looks used at all and I can’t tell any difference in the ride from new. The rails hold edges for a long time too. I have only ground the edges once and they still feel good. The base holds wax well. I put down nearly 20 days since my last wax and the base still looks good and not dry at all. I like to ride just about everything from powder in the bowl to light moggles to small pipes and rails to kickers and jumps to twisty trees. This board handles it all with confidence. I gave a 9 on performance because I’m sure there is a better board out there, which I havn’t ridden yet. This one is so close to perfect though, its not worth looking for any thing else. I hit a Burton demo day in Jan 08 but didn’t find anything which came close to the Heritage. My 161cm board can just barrely handly my size 11 boots. If your bigger than 11 than get the X model. If you like to run the whole mountain and only have enough money for one board, than give the Heritage a try. I found exactly what I was looking for and you just might too.

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  2. Comment by Rodnasty

    This board rocks! All I can say is WOW. I ride Whistler a lot during the winter (20-25 days) and picked up this board becasue my riding style has progressed to a more aggressive free ride style. However I still love hitting little jumps and pulling the odd 3 off of some features. I’m riding a 2009 model that I got an amazing deal on but it still comes with three year warranty. This older model has the clissic camber but the newer version has the rocker-camber, which I’ve tried with the legacy and was impressed with (still has good pop). The board is super stable and I was comfortable ponting it and ollying off of rollers at high speed. I also was lucky enough to hit some open pow faces and man it feels like a dream in the pow! Just directional enough to have a good responsive tail but riding switch is still possible as well as landing switch. I’m riding the 165 cm wich I was worried would be too long as I’m just 6 ft but my stance is quite wide and I loved how I was charging on this. If you get the rocker camber you could probably go a bit shorter and still go balls out. All in all a super stable, fast board that’s great in pow and will give an aggressive rider what they’re looking for.

    • : 10
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    • : 9

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