Brand new for the 2020 winter season, the Nitro Banker Quiver Snowboard was conjured up by the minds of Bryan Fox and Austin Smith as a board to compete in the Mt. Baker Legendary Banked Slalom race, an event that has happened every year with the world's top snowboarders since the mid 1980's. With that being said, the Nitro Banker Quiver is a turning and burning machine, designed to make rapid turns and offer the stability needed for laying down carves and cruising at speeds that nearly blow your goggles off. Starting with the Nitro's TRUE camber, it consists of traditional camber from contact point to contact point which brings insane edge hold and unmatched power than any other modern camber profile. A stiff flex, directional shape, and mid-wide waist provides stability and instant response for ripping steep lines and laying powerful carves. The Powercore II core mixes lightweight poplar and beech woods for improved snap and strength, while Bi-Lite laminates offers refined board feel and easier manipulation from edge to edge. Finally, a sintered Speed Formula II base is added to give extra durability and lightning-fast characteristics in any snow condition to get you on top of the podium for your local banked slalom race.
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