Fly past everyone on the mountain with the mind-melting speed and stiff, relentless response of the Nitro Pantera Wide Snowboard. Designed as an exceptionally wide board for the biggest dudes who point it faster than spandex-clad ski racers, the Pantera Wide offers big-gun performance for straight lining steeps, floating through chest-deep powder, and sending massive cliffs into the untouched stuff. Its massive running length and tapered directional shape lend it exceptional float, especially considering its aggressive camber profile. Nitro refused to water down this hard-charging traditionalist with any rocker whatsoever, thus making it ideal for the rider who wants that locked-in edgehold and straight-line stability of tip-to-tail camber. Providing this board with incredible strength, the Powerlite core is made of 100% poplar wood for lots and lots of snap and stability, while the Reflex core profiling thins out the board between the bindings to help you transfer energy from edge-to-edge easily, especially considering its super-stiff flex. Tri-Lite fiberglass consists of three different fiberglass cross-sections for maximum edgehold when you're pushing the pedal to the metal at warp speed. And as if that's not enough, Nitro bulked up the Pantera Wide with Diamond Bands, which are tip-to-tail carbon stringers for incredible response and pre-loaded snap off windlips and natural features. Plus, Nitro's fastest Sintered Speed Formula II base effortlessly blasts past your friends with its nano-tech wax-infused base.
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