In half, the Nitro Doppleganger Splitboard is a splitting image of itself. Combine that with Nitro's all-new Hike Pods (exclusive to the Doppleganger), and you're in for a far easier time on the skin track. You can expect fewer kick turns turned into terrible slides downhill, and speaking of the downhill, this board can shred just like any Nitro board. Its Cam-Out profile mixes powerful camber from just inside contact point to just inside contact point with rocker sections out to the tip and tail. Not only does this enhance the float and maneuverability in powder, but it creates powerful energy transfer to the edges for laying hard carves or navigating dicey situations. Nitro made the Doppleganger's core with a unique combination of light, stiff balsa wood and the same Koroyd inserts found in helmets. Koroyd tubular cores maintain proper rigidity for the torsional stability necessary for hucking cliffs, except it's a far lighter construction that keeps the splitboard at a backcountry-friendly weight. The core has Diamond Laminates to drastically amplify stiffness for a peace of mind when you're landing a big jump. Nitro finished off the Doppelganger with a durable, sintered base for the enhanced abrasion resistance required for the backcountry's often rocky rides.
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