Cut through the deepest of powder with unreal agility and supreme float with the Nitro Quiver Powder Snowboard. This board belongs to Austin Smith's and Bryan Fox's three-part quiver series by Nitro, and it's meant to replace your regular board on the deep days when you fancy nothing more than face shots and bottomless powder turns. Different from other pow boards, the Quiver Pow features standard camber for a supremely stable ride at high speeds and the irreplaceable pop and snap that only camber can provide. Under the hood of this snowboard, you'll find a PowerCore II core, which is made with full tip-to-tail poplar wood and features beech stringers for extra strength and enhanced snap. And the Nitro All-Terrain flex is stiff enough to keep the nose from folding, even when you're lapping blown-out pow fields while still offering enough flex to keep the deck easy to control. Tapered in shape, the Quiver Powder Snowboard has a much larger spoon-like nose for effortless float through the snow, while the stubby swallowtail makes turns on a dime around tight trees and other obstacles.
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