Designed for big-footed freestyle riders who want the looseness and float of rocker without sacrificing camber's pop and edge control, the Nitro Team Exposure Wide Snowboard is ready to dominate anything from steep backcountry spines to sunny park lines. It has a versatile flex and profile so you can slay any terrain, and the wide waist means you'll never have to worry about dreaded toe drag. With no rocker whatsoever, the True Camber profile makes it perfect for the rider who loves that locked-in edgehold and straight-line stability of tip-to-tail camber, along with massive pop. Bi-Lite laminates keep it loose for a forgiving feel and a pressable flex, while a directional twin shape increases float in powder and control at high speeds, yet can still easily be ridden switch. The Powerlite core uses ultra-lightweight poplar for an unmatched strength-to-weight ratio, and thinner structure at the tip and tail reduces swing weight. The Speed Formula HD base combines the durability and speed of a sintered base with the ease of repair and wax retention of an extruded base to give you the best of both worlds.
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