Built in an oversized length for extra stability and an incredible ability to carry speed, the Nitro Quiver Cannon snowboard is a forward thinking all-mountain board for fun carving, slashing, and pow riding. Made in two sizes, the Quiver Cannon pays homage to big Nitro swallowtail snowboards of the past, while the shorter effective edge makes it ride like a board that's much smaller. Whether you're making skiers worried in the tram line or riding big mountain powder fields, the Quiver Cannon is sure to impress and finesse. The directional shape with a swallow tail allows this large board to be stable and surprisingly nimble for riding big lines fast or for deep days in the trees. To further add to its versatility the Cannon is equipped with a Cam-out profile that mixes camber from contact point to contact point with rocker out to the tip and tail. This combination creates powerful energy transfer to the edges and exceptional float in powder and over crud. The Powercore II core uses a mix of poplar and beech woods for increased snap and strength. Bi-Lite laminates increase board feel and strength, and a sintered Speed Formula HD base keeps you cooking across groomers or open pow fields.
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