Built for the freestyle junkie who isn't afraid to venture outside the park, the Niche Knew Snowboard combines the playful feel you want for jibbing in the park with the stability you need for shredding the rest of the mountain. Its softer flex makes it a dream to press and butter, while the flat camber and 2X Traction Bumps offer response and edge hold for carving up groomers and ripping through the trees. Flat camber offers a stable platform for stomping tricks and bombing trails, while early-rise tips keep it forgiving and add float in powder. Extra contact points help you hold an edge on icy slopes and make hard carves. Flax stringers offer the pop and damping of carbon fiber, but are renewable and therefore eco-friendlier. Speaking of eco-friendlier, Snappy Sap bio resin reduces environmental impact while adding a snappier, smoother feel to your ride, and recycled edges, sidewalls, and base reduce waste. The end result is a board that's easier on the environment without sacrificing performance.
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