Collaborating with RB Photography and the Wings For Life foundation, the designers at Nitro gave the Team Exposure Gullwing Snowboard an awe-inspiring graphic depicting where the mountains meet the ocean, while also giving back to spinal cord research through snowboarding. So now whenever you're shredding on a gloomy day, you can look at your deck and instantly get your stoke level back up. In addition to captivating graphics, the Team Exposure also offers all-mountain versatility so you can shred whatever, whenever. The Gullwing profile features rocker between the bindings with camber underfoot for a poppy ride that holds a mean edge without compromising its ability to float effortlessly in powder. Biax glass keeps the flex smooth and predictable for a forgiving feel and easy presses. A directional twin shape increases float in powder and control at high speeds, yet can still easily be ridden switch. The Powerlite core uses ultra-lightweight poplar for an unmatched strength-to-weight ratio, and Profile tips are thinner at the tip and tail to reduce swing weight. The Speed Formula HD base combines the durability and speed of a sintered base with the ease of repair and wax retention of an extruded base to give you the best of both worlds.
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