Command wicked control on carves, slash powder with satanic speed, and demonically destroy terrain parks with the Nitro Diablo Snowboard. This all-terrain freestyle hellion features an asymmetric twin shape for a devilishly balanced ride. Asymmetric boards balance the differences between heel and toeside turning dynamics with a deeper heelside sidecut. Ultimately, this asymmetric shaping lends an intuitive feel when you're carving from edge-to-edge, also making switch more natural when you're perfecting freestyle skills. Nitro's all-terrain flex gives you the stability and response needed for charging natural terrain, without being overly stiff for lapping the park and jibbing. Cam-Out Camber places camber underfoot for stability and locked-in carves, with subtle rocker at the tip and tail for a catch-free, more forgiving feel. Longer tip and tail shapes enhance float in deep powder, giving you the ability to leave the park for the mountain's natural hits, cliff drops, and pillows when it's dumping snow. Reflex core profiling makes the core thinner between the bindings for easier board manipulation when you're turning between park hits, darting between tight trees, and styling out presses.
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