Nitro Quiver Cannon Snowboard

Nitro Quiver Cannon Snowboard
Nitro Quiver Cannon Snowboard
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Quiver Cannon Snowboard by Nitro
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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