Built with one of the most environmentally-friendly constructions on the market, the Crux dominates the whole mountain with an eye for freestyle fun. Its centered stance, medium flex, and directional twin shape ensure a playful feel underfoot as you seek out sidehits and spin off cat tracks, while the camber-dominant hybrid profile brings a level of responsiveness and edge control that won't buckle in chopped-up, dicey conditions. Helping to reduce their impact on the planet, Niche uses a variety of sustainably-sourced woods to make up this deck's lightweight, snappy, and eco-friendly core without sacrificing an ounce of performance. The gone-green theme continues with Niche's revolutionary new recycling system, utilizing their Snappy Sap Bio-Resin combined with Recyclamine--which is made from wasted and end-of-life products that are reclaimed, recycled, and made into new products. Plus, the recycled sidewalls and sintered base further cut down the footprint while ensuring a solid ride at the mountain.
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