Nitro Quiver Pow Snowboard

Nitro Quiver Pow Snowboard
Nitro Quiver Pow Snowboard
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Quiver Pow Snowboard by Nitro
Take advantage of modern technologies with the wallet-friendly, super fun, edge to edge control of the Nitro Quiver Pow Snowboard. This short, swallow tailed board provides excellent float and control in powder due to its boat like directional shape and True camber profile. The directional shape and short length, when combined with a swallow tail, easily drops your back foot for exceptional pivoting control in pow and dream-like float over deep pockets of snow. That maneuvering and float is enhanced by camber from contact point to contact point and rocker out to the tip and tail that makes up the TRUE camber profile. Additionally the super wide nose ensures that no matter how flat the run is, you will have no trouble staying above the snow and cruising to the bottom for another fun lap.

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