Nitro Prime Snowboard

Nitro Prime Snowboard
Nitro Prime Snowboard
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Prime Snowboard by Nitro
When most companies say, "entry-level board," what they really mean is, "crappy board made with cheap materials." That is far from the case with the Nitro Prime Snowboard. It has a hybrid flat profile, a lightweight yet strong core, and a medium flex that makes it a versatile all-mountain machine that's fun to ride for everyone from beginners to seasoned veterans on tight budgets. The Flat Out Rocker profile is flat for a stable and forgiving feel that still retains much of the pop and edge hold as a cambered board, while its early rise at the tips keep you from catching an edge when you're mastering carves and spins off side hits. A biax fiberglass wrap provides buttery flex for getting loose on jibs, while the lightweight PowerCore core is made with poplar for its lightweight strength and snappy feel. A Premium Extruded FH base makes repairs easy, which is good because you're most likely going to rack up a few dings as you progress.

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SKU: NTR00AJ
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