Nitro Woodcarver Snowboard

Nitro Woodcarver Snowboard
Nitro Woodcarver Snowboard
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Woodcarver Snowboard by Nitro
Much like intricate chainsaw carvings of bears and other woodland critters, the Nitro Woodcarver Snowboard strikes that ideal balance between powerful sturdiness and masterful craftsmanship. With a mid-stiff flex and Dual Digressive Sidecut, this board is equally adept at sending hairy chutes as it is laying down massive carves on groomers. Equipped with a Cam-Out Camber profile, the Woodcarver is basically a classic camber board, but with early and smooth transitions into the tip and tail, which results in a fun, forgiving board that turns on a dime. Then, the Dual Digressive Sidecut keeps your ride playful, but with enough control to manage tight turns and ollies. The light and comfortable Powerlite core keeps the Nitro Woodcarver Snowboard centered and lively without adding extra weight, which is bolstered by the Power Pods for insane reactivity and control on your edges. Diamond Laminates strengthen the board for pre-loaded snap off sendy side hits, and the lightning-fast sintered Speed Formula II base keeps you flying over flat spots day after day.

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SKU: NTR00A4
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