Just as smooth and responsive as the standard-width version, the Nidecker Escape Wide Snowboard takes riders with slightly bigger feet to untouched powder, dialed terrain parks, and high-speed groomers all over the mountain. The Escape's directional twin shape and mid-range flex expand its versatility, allowing you to dip into fresh pow in the morning before heading to the park for some afternoon laps. Positive Camber places responsive camber underfoot for locking into carves and boosting from park jumps, transitioning to rockered tips for catch-free turn initiation and extra float after a recent storm cycle. Taking a look inside this all-terrain board, you'll find Nidecker's Master Core comprised of varying densities of poplar, beech, spruce, and paulownia wood species. This blended wood core creates a board that's reliably strong, smooth-flexing, and responsive underfoot, so you can charge anything on the mountain with a balanced feel. Biax fiberglass makes it easy to manipulate and flex torsionally, so you won't have any trouble initiating turns or maneuvering quickly around the mountain. This fiberglass lay-up is reinforced with a snappy carbon stringer for enhanced pop when you're lapping the park and hitting natural features scattered around the mountain.
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