Mark Riley – Never Summer Heist V2 longboard with Drift 77mm NSA Wheels

Mark Riley shreds what you asked for… The new Never Summer Heist V2 with the technologically advanced NSA Wheels. The Heist V2 features flex deck performance and functional kick tails. The Drift 77mm NSA Wheels feature awesome slide, durability, and superior grip when you need it. Never Summer Longboard craftsmanship combined with NSA Wheels results in longboard performance never before experienced. This combo definitely keeps Mark at the top of his game.

By |June 23rd, 2011|All, Longboard|0 Comments

Mark Riley riding the Soldier DT

The Never Summer Soldier is the perfect complement to Mark Riley’s superior longboarding skills! Luckily we recruited him to ride for the Never Summer Longboard Team.  Only premium, handcrafted, made in the USA longboards can withstand the beatings he lays down on the streets of America.

By |May 23rd, 2011|All, News|0 Comments

Buffalo Bill Downhill Longboard Race: Lookout Mountain, Golden, CO

The Buffalo Bill Downhill Longboard Race returns to Lookout Mountain in Golden, CO this Saturday May 7 and Sunday May 8.  This is an awesome spectator event and we guarantee that you’ve never seen anything like it!  What else are you going to do on Mother’s Day?

For more info:

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=191060880918412

http://www.bbdownhill.com/index.html

Never Summer At SIA Denver 2011 – Day 1

Never Summer Industries in Booth 1515 at Snowsports Industries America (SIA) Show in Denver, Colorado on January 27, 2011. Awesome new graphics on all of our Snowboards and Skateboards as well as some new T-Shirts, Hoodies, Beanies, Caps and Helmets.

By |January 27th, 2011|Uncategorized|1 Comment

Montage Edit

Check out some Clips from the past few months in this montage edit. Stay tunned for the last longboard edit for this season, the last week of aug! We will be shooting up in the mountians on the copper to frisco trail if you want to join!

NS

By |August 16th, 2010|All, News|1 Comment

Man Its Hot Out!

What better way to cool off than in a Pool!

By |July 7th, 2010|All|0 Comments

Never Summer-Soldier DT

Check out Mark Riley in the streets of boulder on the Soldier DT.

By |June 22nd, 2010|All, News|2 Comments

NS-Rival at Roxborough Park

Cameron Lawrence at Roxborough Skate Park! Check it!

-NS

By |June 8th, 2010|All, News|0 Comments

Never Summer HEIST Longboard

This video features the Never Summer Heist…
The Heist is a longer, drop-thru version of the Descent. This 41″ flex deck is preloaded with tons of camber and a lower center of gravity created by the drop-thru design. Very lively and responsive yet not overpowering, this is the elite in drop-thru flex decks. Double reinforced around the cut outs, Never Summer uses exclusive pressure plates and extra fiberglass to improve torsional response and durability. Includes 180mm trucks and NS Inferno 77mm/77a wheels.

By |April 22nd, 2010|Uncategorized|3 Comments

Never Summer's reputation of quality and durability began in the early years of snowboarding. Designing and building snowboards since 1983 has given us years of experience in testing and perfecting our snowboard designs and construction methods. We’ve recently taken this experience building snowboards and brought it to the world of longboarding. The end result of our experience coupled with a close working relationship with the world's leading raw materials manufacturers and engineers allows us to bring you the most durable, high performance boards on the planet! Each board is carefully handcrafted in our Denver, Colorado factory to precision tolerances. Our domestic manufacturing and our ability to improve upon existing technologies resulted in Never Summer being awarded the first patent on any type of hybrid camber technology. We allow only the world's best snowboard shops to sell our products. Focusing less on excessive promotion and hype, and more on using the highest quality materials, craftsmanship, and customer service has made Never Summer the world's premier independent board company.
~Tracey and Tim Canaday