Nitro Lectra Snowboard - Women's

Nitro Lectra Snowboard - Women's
Nitro Lectra Snowboard - Women's
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Lectra Snowboard - Women's by Nitro
Take your burgeoning boarding skills to the next level with the help of the fun and forgiving feel of the Nitro Lectra Snowboard. This progression-boosting board's soft flex and forgiving Flatout Rocker profile lets you master turning without getting a face full of snow in the process. Its directional shape helps you stay afloat in deep snow when the powder piles up, and the Powercore is composed of poplar wood which offers lightweight strength when you test your mettle in the terrain park. Bi-Lite laminates offer a smooth and predictable flex to increase confidence. To make this a favorite for beginners to intermediate riders, its FH Extruded base keeps you riding without having to worry about your base, thanks to its low maintenance and easy to repair compound.

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SKU: NTRO189
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