Nitro Men's Team Snowboard 2016 / 2017

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The Team is one of the most iconic boards in the Nitro line and over the years has continuously evolved to become one of the very best performing all-terrain freestyle boards on the market. As the everyday choice for the majority of the Nitro team it's pretty obvious that this is one board has the ability to ride everything that the mountain can throw at and do it all really well. Whether it be lapping the park, charging groomers or hitting backcountry powder stashes, the Team never leaves you feeling like it's coming up short.

Built around a versatile directional twin shape it gives an overall balanced feel, so when you do want to take it into the park you'll get all the control that you need. Get it out onto the mountain though and the board comes alive, delivering all the float, response and drive that you could ever need.

To ensure the Team performs at the very highest level, Nitro utilise a traditional camber profile. This gives it more pop, more response and more stability ensuring that no matter how hard you push, this is one board that won't ever let you down. Internally the featherweight PowerLite core is constructed from specially selected lightweight poplar, this delivers the perfect balance of weight and flex and creates the perfect foundation for the Team. Add to this the Reflex core profiling which reduces the core thickness between the feet and the playful Bi-Lite laminates and you get a board that responds perfectly to foot steering, giving a playful fun ride in the park all without sacrificing any of its all-terrain versatility.

Finally the high-speed sintered base gives a superfast glide in all snow conditions as well as stepping up impact resistance and durability.

  • Style: All Terrain
  • Profile: Camber
  • Flex: Mid/Soft
  • Base: Extruded
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