Nitro Volta Splitboard - Women's

Nitro Volta Splitboard - Women's
Nitro Volta Splitboard - Women's
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Volta Splitboard - Women's by Nitro
Leave the crowds at the resort behind and find your own line in the backcountry with the Nitro Women's Volta Splitboard. With a Voile-compatible insert pattern and included hooks, the Volta will get you well on your way to exploring the mountains beyond the resort, and it comes at a price that rivals that of most park boards. The Flatout Rocker profile is flat with early-rise tips for a catch-free ride in powder that still packs plenty of pop and stability. It's also equipped with Nitro's Power Pods, which extend the width of the board under the bindings to eliminate toe drag and create additional contact points for better edge hold on icy patches. Bi-Lite laminates keep the flex smooth for consistent carves while maintaining enough stiffness to let you point it down steeps. It's finished off with a durable FH extruded base that's easy to repair if you ding it up on hidden rocks.

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SKU: NTRO19Q
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