Surf the deep and steep like a big-wave pro with the help of the Nidecker Mullan Snowboard. Boasting a large nose and short radius sidecut, the Mullan Snowboard floats over thigh-deep snow without breaking a sweat, while still maintaining the pinpoint-precise control you need to thread through trees and exposed rocks. The medium-stiff flex and directional rocker and positive camber profile gives you an effortlessly surfy feel that also retains confident stability at speed and powerful pop for boosting off pillows. Nidecker gave this white-wave weapon Directional Rocker in the nose for easy planing in powder, even through flat spots, and then Positive Camber between the bindings for snappy pop and powerful response where you need it. Dual PLUS fibers help balance things out with consistently smooth flex that allows for a playful feel, and the Master Core employs a variety of woods with varying densities for strength at an extremely low weight. Nidecker's new glassing technology uses techniques inspired by and borrowed from surfing, but modified to withstand the constraints of snowsurf hot pressing, board flex patterns, and use in very cold conditions. This resin is applied by hand, resulting in a varying appearance between sizes for a truly unique board.
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