Instead of limiting yourself to one type of riding, expand your shred horizons with the versatile Never Summer Snowtrooper X Wide Snowboard and slash through powder, launch jumps, and carve steeps all in one day. Built off the iconic all-mountain performance of the SL, the Snowtrooper excels at charging steeps and slaying deep powder, but isn't scared of lapping the park or sending backcountry booters, either. This wide version caters to larger riders and those with bigger boots, giving them a stable toe drag-free ride. Never Summer gave this deck its original Rocker Camber profile, putting rocker between your feet and camber underfoot to blend float and forgiveness with pop, power, and edge hold. A slightly set-back directional shape offers increased control and float while still allowing you to ride switch. Carbon VXR laminates give the board extra snap and response when initiating turns without stiffening the board's midsection, and Elastomeric Underfoot Stabilizers pair with the RDS 2 damping system to soak up vibrations from bumpy terrain and rough snow, keeping fatigue at bay for all-day riding. Add to that a super-strong yet lightweight core and an ultra-fast Durasurf sintered base, and you're ready to deploy in any terrain.
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