With a fun, surf-inspired shape, the Nitro Quiver NUAT Snowboard utilizes classic surfboard "wings" on the tip and tail for faster turns and easy maneuvering through tight spots in the trees. Standing for "Non-Un-Assymetrical Twin," this board's extreme pintail allows you to whip turns and toss up big sprays quicker than any board in your lineup, and it also boasts unrivaled control for easy slashing in deep, fluffy pow. Plus, the Cam-Out camber further enhances that surfy feel while riding through any conditions, all without sacrificing the support and response you need to escape hairy situations. Delivering basically true camber, the Cam-Out profile has mellow camber between the bindings for pop and reliable edgehold, and early rise in the tip and tail for forgiveness and added playfulness in icy and deep conditions alike. The PowerCore II core uses tip-to-tail poplar wood, along with beech stringers, to deliver the ideal blend of flex, response, and flex. Bi-Lite laminates are engineered for exceptional strength, smooth flex, and an incredible board feel underfoot, while the Sintered Speed Formula HD base is both abrasion-resistant and lightning fast over varying conditions.
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