Insta/Gator LT Snowboard - Women's by Never Summer
Striking the perfect balance between powder board and aggressive all-mountain carver, the Never Summer Insta/Gator LT Snowboard is always a good time, no matter the conditions. With a narrower waist width for those with smaller feet, this deck's unique shape somehow allows it to lay down high-speed turns, float through deep snow, and crank spins off natural side hits with equal precision. Courtesy of its wide outline and 12mm taper, you can downsize this board 10cm from the length you would normally ride and still float like a dream in powder. Going with a shorter deck creates a more agile ride that lets you maneuver swiftly through the trees, while surprisingly the massive surface area ensures it remains stable when blasting down steeps at high speeds. It also holds an unrelenting edge so you can test how low you can go when carving up groomers. So, whether it's a deep day with constant refills or bulletproof and all you have are scraped-clean slopes, you'll find a way to have a good time on the Insta/Gator.
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