Much like big wave surfers that don't bring out their short boards for big waves, you wouldn't bring out anything other than the Nitro Quiver Cannon Snowboard on extra-deep powder days. Large and in charge, this beast of a board measures in at a whopping 173cm and is chomping at the bit to blast every stash the mountain has to offer. The tapered swallowtail shape combined with the Cam-Out Camber profile offers a quick-turning, ultra-responsive ride that floats and surfs with ease over flowing, deep, natural terrain. Built with PowerCore II, this powder stick has a tip-to-tail poplar wood core with additional wood stringers for the beefed-up strength, fluid response, and explosive snap necessary to successfully attack every natural feature you're able to sniff out on the hill. A progressive sidecut makes accelerating out of turns a breeze without fear of catching your nose, while the Bi-Lite laminate increases your power and board control to the point where it's second nature. An ultra-durable Sintered Speed Formula HD Base keeps you cooking at high heat for days on end without having to re-wax.
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