Nidecker Micron Sensor Snowboard - Kids'

Nidecker Micron Sensor Snowboard - Kids'
Nidecker Micron Sensor Snowboard - Kids'
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Micron Sensor Snowboard - Kids' by Nidecker
For young riders looking to link their first turns or throw their first tricks, the Micron Sensor Snowboard is there for any style of progression. Without skimping on materials like a majority of kids' boards, the Micron Sensor is built with the same construction and care as Nidecker's adult line. A medium flex and CamRock profile combine response, stability, and forgiveness for the ultimate feel for any riding level. A lightweight core is combined with an Absorbnid topsheet that absorbs vibrations and impacts, while a N7000 sintered base provides speed and durability for seasons of use.

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SKU: NDK004G
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