One of Nidecker's new creations for this season, the Era Snowboard is the only true twin, pure freestyle board in the lineup, and it more than shines as such thanks to the medium flex, twin shape, forgiving profile, and powerful pop. From boosting off big cliffs on powder days to stomping corked-out spins in the park's jump line, the Era wastes no time in showing why it's the freestyle deck of choice for the Nidecker team. Equipped with a Freestyle Camrock profile, the Era features more rocker in the nose and tail, traditional camber under the feet, and flat between the bindings to make sticking tricks easier than ever. While this profile is mainly tailored towards park riding, it also adds float in pow and power on chopped-up runs when you're on the hunt for hidden natural sidehits. Nidecker also outfitted the Era with their strong, responsive, and lightweight Master Core, which employs a variety of wood types and densities to keep your ollie power turbo-charged and control precise. The Era's Premium Sandwich construction boasts advanced materials like Kevlar and carbon for enhanced impact-absorption and unreal response. An extremely tough sintered N-7000 base finishes this board off for consistent high-speed riding and beatings in the park.
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