Nitro Mountain Snowboard

Nitro Mountain Snowboard
Nitro Mountain Snowboard
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Mountain Snowboard by Nitro
Built to deliver an ideal blend of speed, precision, and power, the Nitro Mountain Snowboard is hellbent on shredding the sketchiest slopes your mountain has to offer. From deep pow days to freshly groomed corduroy, this board has been tested and proven for all-terrain fun, no matter what the conditions might be. Nitro's Cam-Out profile features a mellow version of camber with early transitions to provide the pop and edge hold of camber, but with a more forgiving feel and smoother turn initiation. The tapered directional shape enhances float in powder and increases drive, but you can still take off and land switch on this beast. Biax glass offers a smooth, predictable flex, while the PowerCore II core uses poplar to keep things lively and beech strips running along the inserts improve durability. It's finished off with a durable Speed Formula HD sintered base to keep you moving at hair-raising speeds as you fly down the mountain.

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