Nitro Squash Splitboard - Women's

Nitro Squash Splitboard - Women's
Nitro Squash Splitboard - Women's
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Squash Splitboard - Women's by Nitro
The Nitro Squash Splitboard sports the same all-mountain, corduroy-carving, powder-floating shape of its resort-bound counterpart, but with a lighter construction to keep you touring the backcountry in comfort. True Camber profiling brings reliable pop and power to your ride, while the swallowtail and slightly set back shape ups the surf-stoke and helps keep the fatty nose above the pow. Nitro made the Squash's core out of a lighter, thinner poplar wood that still offers plenty of snap in and out of each turn. Bi-Lite laminates stiffen the board to provide a moderate flex suitable for most riders. 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: NTRO193
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