Men’s 2023 Swift Snowboard
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|● All Mountain||● Freeride||● Directional|
|● Fusion Rocker Camber||● Flex: 7||● Damp: 8|
The Swift was the inspiration for the Shaper Series. Originally we set out to make the greatest powder board of all time. We checked that box, but it turns out we actually made a board that was incredible everywhere. The Swift features the greatest amount of taper in the Shaper Series, with awesome everywhere performance…in or out of POW. Take the Swift anywhere you want to go. It’s the powder board you’ll choose to ride in all conditions.
**Base designs and colors may vary**
*3D Model's board profile exaggerated to show curves
|Type:||All Mountain, Freeride, Powder|
|Profile:||Fusion Rocker Camber|
|Laminates:||Carbon Max Tech, Bi-Lite Fiberglass, STS Pre-tensioned Fiberglass|
|Base:||Durasurf XT Sintered 5501 Base|
|Stance Setback:||3.25 inches|
- Co-Extruded Polymer Topsheet
- Carbon Max Laminate Technology
- Fusion Rocker Camber Profile
- Extended Transition Area
- Power Grip Sidecut
- Early Rise Nose
- STS Pre-tensioned Fiberglass
- Bi-Lite Fiberglass
- NS SuperLight Wood Core
- RDS 1 Damping System
- Elastomeric Underfoot Stabilizers
- Sintered P-tex Sidewall
- Durasurf XT Sintered 5501 Base
- P-Tex Nose/Tail Protection
- Metal Edge with Aluminum Nose/Tail
in centimeters *multiple radius average *20mm taper
Agree with what everyone posted. I'm an average skill rider, The Swift makes me more comfortable and confident in powder and trees, and still carves and rides great all over the rest of the mountain.
What I'd add is the incredible brakes on this board! Can stop heel side on a dime by throwing the short, resilient tail. . Very helpful when approaching a lift or getting cut off.. Same move also feels like a fin release(just like on my surfboard) when in nice snow.
I was on the fence between the West Bound and Swift. I currently own the Proto Type 2, but I haven't rode switch nor went to the park. After talking with Vince and Mary through their Customer Service, both recommended Swift for the type or riding I want to do. I do want to make long carves and be stable enough to bomb hills. I'm 175 lbs, 5"7' and wear 8.5M US boots. I ended up buying the Swift 157. I can't wait to try this out next season. Also, the colors on the 20/21 Swift are a good match with my current gear which is blue based.
First I want to thank Vince from Neversummer for chatting with me in detail about the Swift, I was coming from riding the Neversummer Raptor 164 and it was great to talk with someone who had ridden that board before since I really have enjoyed the Raptor. The customer service I got from Vince was and is the best I’ve ever had, I feel like I have a new friend in Colorado, and if he ever is in Wa. and wants to ride Crystal Mountain, I’ll buy the lift ticket!
I am 5’11” 185 and bought the 162 after considering the 167.
I bought the board in March and had it out twice on groomer days where I was really impressed with the snappy edge to edge feel and Very impressive carving. The back foot camber allows me to really pop out of a turn into the next one and the overall feel is super playful. I didn’t expect a board with a powder focus to carve like my Raptor, but the Swift feels like it carves even better!
At high speed (high 50’s low 60’s according to gps) I felt locked in and stable and there were no surprises. I could simply trust the board and the Swift delivered.
Last week we got a late surprise of some powder (12-14”) so I got the Swift and headed out. In the first 30 seconds I knew that I loved this board. I have never ridden a board that just feels so natural in powder, it is absolutely heavenly! I took it through trees, chutes, steeps and seriously charged all over the mountain all while grinning ear to ear!
I might have to get another one just in case Neversummer ever stops making this board! (3rd board discount N.S.??)
But seriously, if you are considering the Swift JUST BUY IT! I have been telling my all my friends the same thing, you will not be disappointed!
Ya, the swift is a rad board. I got to ride it in slackcountry pow up at Baker. It was good pretty much everywhere but I thought it really shone (shined?) in the lower elevation hot pow tight trees. It was super easy to make tight turns in our untouched cascade concrete. It also lands jumps like nothing I've ever ridden (I'm not so much into jumps). The big nose and short tail almost auto landed me in pow. To be critical, it was almost unmanageable in the late day resort chop but who wants to ride in that anyways. I'd say the NS raptor, my other ride, is a better all around board but the swift is better in conditions you actually want to ride in. I'm super happy with this board!
I got a proto 2 which I love, and was looking for a pow board to add to the quiver. I got the Swift and I'm in love. I took it out for a few pow days and it floats like a dream. I feel like I'm surfing. Multiple times I thought I was going to eat it on some chop and the nose popped me right back up. All that and it still rips groomers.