TD x NeverSummer "Heritage" Multicam Alpine Snowboard for SOC-F

$ 299.99 $ 599.95
SKU: QOEM0010101


Fresh off the press from the Never Summer factory comes a board collaboration exclusively for Tactical Distributors, Multicam Alpine & the Special Operations Care Fund.  This NS Heritage all mountain shape sled, featuring Snow Alpine Multicam, will have you dropping in, making turns and taking names all season long. A limited run of boards was produced & they won’t last long. Get yours before they’re gone! We only Made 30 and there will only be 20 up for sale. 

The Never Summer Heritage is one of the longest running shapes. It is back for this year. We selected this shape because it is versatile and has been called the greatest mountain board ever made. It comes in a 155cm and a 159cm 

 Proceeds from each board purchase will go to the Special Operations Care Fund charity. 


155cm: Waist 25.2, Edge 121, Vario 740, Nose/Tail 29.7, Surface area 628/4052

159cm: Waist 25.4, Edge 124, Vario 743, Nose/Tail 30.2, Surface Area 646/4168

  • Coextruded Polymer Topsheet 
  • Carbon Max Laminate Technology
  • Original Rocker Camber Profile
  • Extended Transition Area
  • Vario Power Grip Sidecut
  • Low Profile Tip/Tail
  • 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 Tip/Tail Protection 
  • Made in the USA

What is SOC-F? 

SOC-F was created in 2013 for one purpose: to make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of SOF families who have given so much for our country and our freedom. We do this by raising money for one incredibly worthwhile purpose: to provide medical, financial, and other support to SOF members and their families in ways that are often not met through other sources–what we call the “gaps.” Hence our Mission Statement, respectfully adopted from President Abraham Lincoln’s second inaugural address in 1865:

“…to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and orphan….”