Nitro Future Team Snowboard - Boys'

Nitro Future Team Snowboard - Boys'
Nitro Future Team Snowboard - Boys'
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Future Team Snowboard - Boys' by Nitro
The Nitro Future Team snowboard is modeled after the super popular full sized Team snowboard, boasting the same topsheet and reliable ride. This is a great board for quickly progressing riders who have outgrown a flat beginner board due to its twin shape, Cam-Out camber profile, and playful flex. The true twin shape is forgiving when turning and navigating terrain while still allowing you to edge properly. This shape also provides unlimited park potential for new rippers who want to start taking off and landing switch. Adding the camber from contact to contact point and the rocker out to the tip and tail of the Cam-Out profile allows this board to be exceptionally responsive and poppy, as well as providing the forgiveness a younger rider needs. Finally the soft and maneuverable flex allows riders with shorter and weaker legs to properly manipulate the board during turns and when learning presses in the park.

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