Rally around the resort, dive into deep powder, and pick apart technical lines with surgical precision on the Nidecker Platinum Wide Snowboard.. This all-terrain beast offers lively handling, high-speed control, and a smooth ride to help you take on everything from fresh pow and pristine corduroy to tracked-out snow and icy slopes. Featuring a wider waist, the Wide version provides a stable, toe drag-free platform for bigger riders looking to haul ass across the mountain. Camber underfoot combined with a stiff flex offers explosive response, unwavering edge control, and high-speed stability, while rocker at the tips improves float in powder and add forgiveness. The directional twin shape with a setback stance keeps the nose up in deep snow, yet still allows the occasional switch carve or landing. Carbon stringers amp up this board's liveliness, while KEVLAR strips and the Absorbnid topsheet ensure a damp ride when you blaze over chunder and chop. And since you have a need for speed, Nidecker gave it a dense nano carbon-infused base to help you go into overdrive.
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