Nitro Squash Snowboard - Kids'

Nitro Squash Snowboard - Kids'
Nitro Squash Snowboard - Kids'
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Squash Snowboard - Kids' by Nitro
With such a hot reception by adults last season, Nitro decided to let kids in on the fun by making a youth-sized version of the Squash. The directional shape and swallowtail sinks the tail in powder for easy turn initiation in the soft snow, and on hard snow provides quick edge-to-edge control. The TRUE camber profile works in tandem with the shape for extremely powerful edge hold on groomers, pop all over the mountain, and just enough float in powder to have him grinning ear-to-ear. The sintered base boasts the durable abrasion-resistance required for backcountry riding. Nitro finished the Squash off with beefy, easy-to-use tip & tail hook as well as additional aluminum hooks for a more secure lock.

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SKU: NTR00FP
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