Despite what it's title might suggest, the Nitro Quiver Treehugger Snowboard doesn't require you to cover yourself in patchouli oil, hemp, and tie-dyed everything to enjoy its powder-surfing power. We mean, you can, if you want, but you definitely don't have to. All you need to do is find a pow-filled line, through trees or not, strap in, and point it. The super-stubby, tapered swallowtail shape and medium flex, paired with the mellow camber of its Cam-Out profile, deliver an insanely quick-turning, uber-responsive ride that surfs through tight trees on deep days with ease. Built with a Cam-Out profile, this board features a mellow version of camber with early transitions to deliver the pop and edge hold of camber, but with a more forgiving feel and smoother turn initiation for that surfy feel you love in a pow board. Its wide nose floats through hip-deep snow like a dream, while its short swallow tail keeps you cooking through flat areas. Making up its PowerCore II core, poplar wood provides reliable response and powerful pop while beech stringers keep the flex consistent and playful. Bi-Lite laminates are engineered for exceptional strength, smooth flex, and an incredible board feel underfoot, while the Sintered Speed Formula HD base is both abrasion-resistant and lightning fast over varying conditions.
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