Sure to solidify a permanent grin on your face as you surf through fresh stashes, send kickers in the park, and carve groomers at high speeds, the Nitro Women's Sweet Leaf Snowboard emphasizes fun from peak-to-park with its all-mountain twin shape, complete with prominent pointy tips. This versatile twin shape keeps you centered for all-terrain freestyle prowess, ensuring a well-balanced feel for taking your tricks to the entire mountain. Taking the best characteristics of camber, the Cam-Out camber features low positive camber which delivers the pre-loaded pop of a traditional camber board, but without the overly aggressive feel that's bound to make you pay for mistakes on edge. Ultimately, this profile is super-snappy and stable, but more forgiving for riders looking to improve their skills without fear of catching an edge. Inside the Sweet Leaf, the Powercore II is comprised of tip-to-tail poplar wood for an ultra-smooth feel with high levels of strength. Reflex core profiling thins out the board between the bindings for easier turn initiation, allowing for lightning-quick directional changes without excess stiffness holding you back. And to keep you charging fast, the Sintered Speed Formula HD base readily absorbs wax for low-friction glide across widely ranging conditions.
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