Whether the day calls for slushy park laps or pow-filled tree runs, the Nitro Fate Snowboard steps to the plate ready to devour everything on the mountain with its extremely stable, more forgiving profile. Its directional twin shape with a slightly setback stance lends itself to riding everything on the mountain--from floating in powder to straight-lining with confidence--without sacrificing its ability to ride and land switch in the park. And helping to take the bite out of its responsive flex, the Cam-Out profile ensures high-speed stability and easy-carving prowess without being as catchy as traditional camber boards. Equipped with a PowerLite core, the Fate features lightweight poplar wood for loads of pop and unmatched strength when you're thrashing this board from peak to park. Its Reflex core profile thins out the board between the bindings to help you transition from edge to edge easier without extra torsional stiffness hindering your turn initiation. Bi-Lite laminates guarantee buttery-smooth flex for quick turns when you're banking between tight wood runs, carving up groomers, and navigating crowded slopes. Plus, the Sintered Speed Formula HD base easily reaches maximum velocity when you're launching bigger kickers and racing your friends down the mountain.
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