Built for float in pow and buttery freestyle control on groomers, The Santoku is truly a twin that can take you anywhere. This excessive all-mountain control is made possible by a traditionally powerful camber profile that lets you hold an edge in even the worst conditons, while early tapered tips ensure you can quickly pivot and float in deep snow, and smear out long stylish butters on every knoll you can find. Toss in Nitro's reliable construction and a dash of lightweight materials and you have a board you will be reaching for everyday all season.
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