Leave the crowds at the resort behind and find your own line in the backcountry with the Nitro Nomad Splitboard. With a Voile and Spark-compatible insert patterns and included hooks, the Nomad will get you well on your way to exploring the mountains beyond the resort, and it comes at a price that rivals most park boards. The Flatout Rocker profile is flat with early-rise tips for a catch-free ride in powder that still packs plenty of edge hold and stability. Using tip-to tail poplar wood in the Powercore core, this board provides lightweight strength paired with a flexible, responsive feel for that lively snap you want. Forged aluminum hooks offer a secure hold and help prevent the two halves from having minds of their own when you're enjoying the descent. Bi-Lite laminates keep the flex smooth for consistent carves while maintaining enough stiffness to let you point it down steeps. And it's finished off with a premium FH extruded base that's easy to repair if you ding it up on hidden rocks.
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