Write an exciting new chapter in your shredding saga with the hard-charging Niche Story Snowboard. This mid-stiff, hybrid camber board is ideal for the rider who shreds the entire mountain and goes full speed the entire time. Niche's finely-tuned Multi-Camber blends powerful camber in the tip and tail with rocker between the feet, which adds a playful touch, not to mention extra float when it gets deep. A slightly setback directional twin shape boosts float in the deep stuff and drive on hardpack, while still allowing you to throw down switch. Serrated knife-like Magne-Traction edges cut through ice to help you hold and edge on the iciest of slopes. Basalt fibers replace fiberglass to make the board lighter, stronger, more impact-resistant, and of course more environmentally friendly. Snappy Sap bio-resin is more elastic than normal resin and has high-adhesion properties to prevent delamination, plus it's far less toxic. A sustainable wood core keeps the board lightweight and snappy, and a bevy of recycled materials, including the steel edges and ABS sidewalls, all add up to make the Story the clear frontrunner for eco-conscious, all-mountain board choices.
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