Nidecker Pro Pipe Snowboard

Nidecker Pro Pipe Snowboard
Nidecker Pro Pipe Snowboard
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Pro Pipe Snowboard by Nidecker
As the throwback graphic would suggest, the Pro Pipe snowboard is the "Swiss Knife" of snowboards offering the ultimate versatility and precision for all-mountain domination. The medium-stiff flex gives it a stable and responsive ride, while the CamRock profile places powerful camber between the bindings and rocker on the tips for added float and forgiveness when launching tricks into fresh snow. Pop Carbon stringers increase snap and energy transfer, and the Master Core blends 4 different wood types for supreme strength at the lowest weight. When everything from park jumps to powder lines are in the day's agenda, mount up the Pro Pipe and forget the rest.

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SKU: NDK003Y
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