Niche Pyre Snowboard

Niche Pyre Snowboard
Niche Pyre Snowboard
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Pyre Snowboard by Niche
Set a blistering pace down big faces, hold a mean edge on steep groomers, and make an offering to the snow gods while cruising through deep powder on the Niche Pyre Snowboard. This directional carver is built for high-speed, big-mountain riding but also offers incredible control and edge hold during tighter turns at slower speeds. The directional shape and Back-Seat Camber, Rockered Nose profile combine to give this board a stable feel with easy turn initiation and powerful exits from turns. The rocker in the nose and camber under your back foot also helps you float through even the deepest snow while also locking into the edge on firmer snow. Combining this shape and bend with a medium-stiff flex and high-quality eco-friendly materials creates a board that you can feel good riding every day.

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SKU: NCH001H
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