Nitro Phantom Snowboard Binding

Nitro Phantom Snowboard Binding
Nitro Phantom Snowboard Binding
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Phantom Snowboard Binding by Nitro
Made with powerful energy transfer and a supportive flex, the Nitro Phantom Snowboard Binding knows no limits, allowing you to destroy park features without sacrificing control across steep terrain and deep powder. The Asymmetric X-Beam highback gives you the instantaneous energy transfer desired by powerful riders, with just enough lateral flex for tweaking out tricks in the park. The lightweight and stiff Air 2. 0 baseplate offers quick, precise edge-to-edge transitions and carving power, so you can charge through technical terrain with supreme confidence. Impact-absorbing dual air dampening at the heel and toe smooth out flat landings and reduce chatter in choppy snow. Going one step further for riding comfort, 3-degree canted footbeds naturally align with your riding stance to reduce fatigue and increase ollie power.

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