Changing up then inspirational artwork but not the performance, Nitro adorned the Team Exposure Snowboard with ocean-themed images and then kept the same all-mountain versatility that you've come to love from years' past to let you shred whatever, whenever, with style and finesse. The True Camber profile keeps things classic with standard camber for stability and poppiness that's unmatched when it comes snap and power, while biax glass maintains smooth, consistent flex for a forgiving feel and easy pressing. A directional twin shape increases float in powder and control at high speeds, yet still easily rides switch. Then, the Powerlite core uses ultra-lightweight poplar for an unmatched strength-to-weight ratio, which is paired with Reflex Core profiling to help you nimbly surf through turns. 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, giving you the best of both worlds.
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