Nidecker Sensor Snowboard

Nidecker Sensor Snowboard
Nidecker Sensor Snowboard
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Sensor Snowboard by Nidecker
A cruiser freestyle deck, the Sensor Snowboard spins, presses, slides, jibs, and butters with style and control on the flats, while still getting sendy in the park. Special Side Kick tech gives additional lift under the contact points and allows the board to spin off the nose and tail as easily as possible when you're working on your flatground tricks, while the Premium Sandwich construction uses carbon and KEVLAR for added durability and improved shock absorption when you're getting down on rails. Freestyle Camrock three-phase camber puts more rocker in the nose and tail, with flat between the bindings, to keep the feel forgiving and playful, and an extra strong, responsive, and lightweight Master Core gives you powerful pop without tacking on bulky weight.

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