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Nitro Nitro Mystique - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Mystique is a women’s specific deck that is going to help the beginner level riders progress their skills to the next level throughout the whole mountain. Directional twin shape makes this board directional for charging hard over any condition and makes for a twin flex for equal flex switch as regular. The Gullwing Camber technology gives you reverse camber between the feet for a soft, playful flex to help press on rails and have fun throughout the whole mountain, and gives you regular camber from the feet to the tips for a poppy, responsive board that will hold edge and handle chatter at high speeds.

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Nitro Nitro Runaway - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Runaway is a women’s specific board that will progress your freestyle skills to the next level. The twin shape makes this board have an exact feel in either direction by putting you directly between tip and tail and giving it an exact flex as well in both directions. The Gullwing camber technology puts reverse camber between your feet to give it a soft flex in the middle for pressing on rails and boxes, and gives you regular camber from feet to the tips for a solid pop factor and great control at high speeds. Railkiller edges are going to help fight agains rail bite and catching edges while jibbing.

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Nitro Nitro Slash Womens - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The women’s specific Slash will be your powder board of choice throughout the season. Tapered shape gives you a directional board for charging hard through any condition and makes the nose wider than the tail for a natural floatation device in the deep and bottomless powder. The Gullwing camber design is going to give you more float by putting reverse camber between you feet making the board flex with ease in the center but has regular camber from feet to the tips so you can have great pop when needed and keep edges in less than ideal conditions. Progressive sidecuts make sure that this deck transfers edges with fluidity all day long.

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Nitro Nitro Cheryl Maas - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Cheryl Maas Pro Model is a women’s specific board that will turn the whole mountain into a terrain park. The true twin shape puts you directly centered between nose and tail and gives this board an exact feel whichever way you are charging down the mountain. The Gullwing camber technology puts reverse camber between the feet for a soft, playful flex and makes for a great floating machine in the deep, bottomless powder and has regular camber from the feet to the tips for a great pop factor and keeping you with solid edge control in less than ideal conditions throughout the season. Sintered Speed Formula II base makes this board fast through the whole season, over any snow conditions.

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Nitro Nitro Lectra Echo - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Lectra is a women’s specific board meant to charge hard throughout the whole mountain with ease and allowing you to jib around and have a fun day. The directional shape makes for a stable ride while charging through choppy conditions and keeps you in control of the driver’s seat. The flat camber profile makes for a soft, smooth flex and allows this board to still have great pop factor and edge control in high speeds like you would expect out of a regular camber board. The radial side cute makes sure that he Lectra transfers from edge to edge with fluidity and ease.

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Nitro Nitro Lectra Fade - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Lectra is a women’s specific board meant to charge hard throughout the whole mountain with ease and allowing you to jib around and have a fun day. The directional shape makes for a stable ride while charging through choppy conditions and keeps you in control of the driver’s seat. The flat camber profile makes for a soft, smooth flex and allows this board to still have great pop factor and edge control in high speeds like you would expect out of a regular camber board. The radial side cute makes sure that he Lectra transfers from edge to edge with fluidity and ease.

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Nitro Nitro Fate Zero Camber - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Fate Zero Camber is a freestyle women’s specific machine that will handle any park in the world. The twin shape makes for a centered stance for charging hard through any feature and gives it a twin flex for exact flex riding switch. Flat Camber profile gives this board a loose, playful flex while allowing it to have great pop and edge control factors like you would expect out of regular camber. Dual progressive sidecut makes this deck transfer from edge to edge with fluidity and control. The Speed Formula HD base makes the Fate fast throughout the whole season over any snow conditions.

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Nitro Nitro Spell - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Spell is a women’s specific board designed to progress your freestyle game in the terrain parks. True twin shape puts you directly in the middle of the nose and tail and gives this board an exact feel riding in either direction to help you learn your switch tricks with ease. Flat camber profile gives the Spell a soft and playful flex for pressing on rails and boxes, but allows it to have a great pop factor and edge control like you would expect out of regular camber, just without the catchy edge feel. A radial sidecut makes this deck transfer from edge to edge with fluidity and control.

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Nitro Nitro Fate - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Fate is an all mountain women’s specific machine that will handle any terrain you put in front of it. The directional twin shape makes for a directional board for charging hard through any terrain and gives it a twin flex for exact flex riding switch. Regular Camber profile gives this board the most pop available and great control through choppy conditions and good edge control through the less than ideal conditions the season throws at you. Dual progressive sidecut makes this deck transfer from edge to edge with fluidity and control. The Speed Formula HD base makes the Fate fast throughout the whole season over any snow conditions.

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Nitro Nitro Victoria - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Victoria is a women’s specific board meant for charging hard and going fast all over the mountain. This board has a directional shape which allows you to point it and charge hard through choppy conditions. The regular camber profile gives you unmatched pop factor and control in high speeds and throughout less than ideal conditions. Progressive sidecut makes the Victoria transfer from edge to edge without effort and with great fluidity. Sintered Speed Formula II base makes this board fast in any conditions throughout the whole season.

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Nitro Nitro Addict - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Addict is a freestyle board for charging hard and going fast. The directional twin shape gives this board a slightly directional shape for charging fast and hard and staying in the drivers seat and gives it a twin flex for switch rail tricks. The Hotwing camber profile puts reverse camber between your feet for a soft flex allowing you to lock into rail tricks with ease and has flat camber from feet to tips for the soft flex combination with pop and edge control for a playful feel and poppy precision in the park. A radial sidecut makes the Addict transfer smoothly from edge to edge.

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Nitro Nitro Subzero - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The NItro Subzero is a freestyle machine designed to destroy the parks and the streets. The true twin shape gives this board an exact shape and flex which allows you to charge hard in either direction and makes for an exact feel when trying to dial in your switch tricks on jumps and rails. The Hotwing Camber technology puts reverse camber between the feet for a super soft flex for locking into presses on rails and giving it great float in the powder, and has flat camber from feet out the the tips which gives you a loose playful feel and still gives you solid pop and edge control for shutting it down when needed. A dual progressive sidecut gives this board smooth edge to edge transfers.

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Nitro Nitro Cinema Looptroop Rockers - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Cinema Looptroop Rockers Limited Edition is a high performance board designed to shred hard all over the mountain in style. The Looptroop graphic top and bottom sheets will turn heads. The directional twin shape puts you in complete control of the drivers seat while charging hard through choppy conditions and gives it an exact flex in both directions. The Gullwing camber profile puts reverse camber between your feet giving it a soft playful flex and great float in deep powder, and puts regular camber from feet to tips for solid pop and edge control at high speed which allows you to set it down and stomp bit hits. Radial sidecut ensure that the Cinema transfers smoothly from edge to edge.

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Nitro Nitro Cinema - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Cinema is a high performance board designed to shred hard all over the mountain. The directional twin shape puts you in complete control of the drivers seat while charging hard through choppy conditions and gives it an exact flex in both directions. The Gullwing camber profile puts reverse camber between your feet giving it a soft playful flex and great float in deep powder, and puts regular camber from feet to tips for solid pop and edge control at high speed which allows you to set it down and stomp bit hits. Radial sidecut ensure that the Cinema transfers smoothly from edge to edge.

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Nitro Nitro Team Gullwing X Estevan Oriol - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Team Gullwing X Estevan Oriol addition is a freestyle beast all over the mountain. The graphic design by Estevan Oriol comes from his inspirations throughout Los Angeles. Hit big backcountry jumps or big park jumps and set it down with confidence and control. The directional twin shape puts you in complete control while charging through the choppy run outs and gives the board an exact flex whichever way you point it downhill. The Gullwing camber profile puts reverse camber between you feet for a slightly softer flex and gives it great float in deep, bottomless powder. From just under foot the the tips the Gullwing design has regular camber profile giving it solid pop and great control at high speeds for setting down any sized feature with control and ease. A dual progressive sidecut makes this board transfer from edge to edge with control and fluidity.

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Nitro Nitro Team Gullwing - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Team Gullwing addition is a freestyle beast all over the mountain. Hit big backcountry jumps or big park jumps and set it down with confidence and control. The directional twin shape puts you in complete control while charging through the choppy run outs and gives the board an exact flex whichever way you point it downhill. The Gullwing camber profile puts reverse camber between you feet for a slightly softer flex and gives it great float in deep, bottomless powder. From just under foot the the tips the Gullwing design has regular camber profile giving it solid pop and great control at high speeds for setting down any sized feature with control and ease. A dual progressive sidecut makes this board transfer from edge to edge with control and fluidity.

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Nitro Nitro Slash - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Slash Gullwing design is an all mountain destroyer that shreds hard and fast in the backcountry. The tapered shape gives you a wide nose and skinnier tail which makes it sit back naturally in the powder and gives you some relaxation turns in the deep, bottomless powder. The Gullwing design helps this by putting reverse camber between your feet giving the board more float and flex, but has regular camber from feet the tips for stomping big hits and giving you control while pointing it out of choppy conditions. Progressive sidecut make the Slash a control freak from edge to edge with ease and control.

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Nitro Nitro Blacklight - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Blacklight Gullwing is a board that is going to allow you to send it anywhere around the mountain from the backcountry to the park. The directional twin shape gives you a directional deck with a twin flex so you can charge hard and fast through any conditions and have an exact flex and feel when riding switch. The Gullwing technology profile gives this board a unique feel. Putting regular camber under foot and out the the tips, this board has great pop and stop factors for setting down big jumps, but puts reverse camber between the feet which make the Blacklight press well on rails and gives it that great float factor in the deep, bottomless powder.

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Nitro NItro Prime Edge - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Prime is a board focused on progressing your skill level throughout the entire mountain. This board has a directional shape which puts you in the driver’s seat for charging fast and hard down the hill over any terrain that you may encounter. The flat camber profile gives this board a soft and playful flex for have fun cruising side hits, but gives it a solid pop factor and great edge control at high speeds so you can go hit just about anything you feel comfortable sending it off. A radial sidecut gives this board a precise and very responsive edge to edge transition so you can get out of any predicament you find yourself running into.

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Nitro Nitro Prime Gig - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Prime is a board focused on progressing your skill level throughout the entire mountain. This board has a directional shape which puts you in the driver’s seat for charging fast and hard down the hill over any terrain that you may encounter. The flat camber profile gives this board a soft and playful flex for have fun cruising side hits, but gives it a solid pop factor and great edge control at high speeds so you can go hit just about anything you feel comfortable sending it off. A radial sidecut gives this board a precise and very responsive edge to edge transition so you can get out of any predicament you find yourself running into.

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Nitro Nitro Haze - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Haze is a great deck to take into the streets and shred the night away. This board has an true twin shape to give it an exact feel whichever way you point it which allows you to learn your switch tricks quick and easy. The Haze’s flat camber profile gives you a soft flex for locking into rail tricks solid and controlled, and gives you the pop and edge control that you would expect out of a regular camber board. Powercore gives this board stable strength so you can push your game to the next level. A radial sidecut ensures that the Haze transfers from edge to edge smooth and responsive so you can set up for a trick in tight corridors in back alleyways.

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Nitro NItro Swindle - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Swindle is the deck destroying the urban scene. With a twin shape, this board has an exact shape switch as it does regular so you can lock into your switch tricks on rails with an exact feel. The flat camber profile ensures that the Swindle will lock into rail presses like a dream, but also gives you a solid pop and edge control at high speeds like you would expect out of a regular camber board. A radial sidecut makes this board transfer from edge to edge effortlessly and smoothly for setting up tricks fast and controlled. Progress your skills in the streets with Nitro’s Swindle.

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Nitro Nitro Jon Kooley Pro One Off - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Jon Kooley Pro-One-Off Model is Kooley’s board of choice with the epic graphic of his choice. That being nuns with guns. This board is a freestyle machine. Take it from the park to the streets. The twin shape gives this board the exact shape in either directions so you can dial in your switch tricks with ease. The flat camber profile gives this board a soft flex, great for locking into presses on rails, and gives it a solid pop factor and a nice solid edge at high speeds. Speed Formula HD Base gives you the ability to charge fast at big jumps in the slushy spring days. The Railkiller Edges fight agains rail bite and hang ups.

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Nitro NItro Justin Bennee Swindle - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Swindle was a favorite of Justin Bennee, so he decided to put his own graphic on it. So here it is. This deck is equipped with a flat camber profile which gives you the flex and play for pressing on rails, and mixes it with the pop and edge control of regular camber making getting on, over and every other way between on features in the streets and park possible. Radial Sidecut ensures that this board has smooth edge to edge transitioning. Twin shape puts you directly between the nose and tail which gives it an exact feel in either direction for dialing in your switch tricks.

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Nitro Nitro Rook - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Rook is designed to destroy the freestyle scene all over the hill. The Rook has flat camber which gives you the nice and mellow flex that you would almost expect out of a reverse camber board, and mixes it straight in the middle with the pop and control you would want in a regular camber board. This is ideal for riding big jumps and rails. Ballistic Impact Panels help this board fight against impact damage. Twin shape puts you directly centered between nose and tail and make the Rook feel exactly the same on the snow, whichever way you point it to help dial in those switch tricks. Speed Formula HD Base helps you maintain great speed no matter what temperature the snow is on any given day.

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Nitro Nitro T1 - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro T1 is back again, just as solid and stable as ever. This twin board puts you directly in-between nose and tail and gives you exact flex and pop so you can dial is your switch tricks with ease. The Flat camber profile makes the T1 soft and playful like you would expect out of a reverse camber for great pressing on rails, and mixes it with solid pop and stable edge control that you would expect in regular camber for stomping big jumps and shutting it down at high speeds. Speed Formula HD Base ensures that you are going to be able to get enough speed to make the big jumps in any snow conditions. For riders with a larger foot, the T1 comes available in a wide waist width to cut out on toe and heel drag.

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Nitro NItro Pyro - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Pyro is back in action. This beast from the past have respawned and is better than ever. If you love riding in the park and street, this is your deck. Coming at you with a Flat camber, the Pyro gives you a nice, soft flex for pressing and maneuverability, and gives you a solid pop and edge control for those big, and icy jumping days. Asymetrical twin shape, this off-shape board has gained momentum and puts you directly in the center of nose and tail for an equal board flex and pop to dial in your switch tricks. Power Rods help give this board a little more pop into the flat profile.

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Nitro Nitro Uberspoon - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Uberspoon is the newest innovation in this season’s line of boards. It comes with the new technology this season of Roof Chop Camber. This camber is a low regular camber with a flattened center so you get the edge that you would expect out of a regular camber board, without the catchy feel. You still get all of the great pop that you would get with regular camber, but just a looser, more fun feel on the hard pack. This board is designed to rip the around the entire mountain with ease. Ballistic Impact Panels help fight agains impact damage and the after effects of that. Speed Forumal HD Base helps ensure that whatever condition you are riding on, you are riding fast and smooth.

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Nitro NItro T1.5 - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro T1.5 is a board that can be ridden by the rider that slays it everywhere from the street to the peaks. With a twin shape, this board gives you an exact shape and flex whichever way you point it downhill which allows you to dial in your switch tricks with ease. Regular camber with the Pop Band technology makes this board snappy and responsive and makes for popping off the lip of a jump and setting it down on your feet easy and fun. Railkiller Edges makes this board ride the street equally as aggressive. The Radial sidecut gives you the excellent transition from edge to edge with response and precision.

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Nitro NItro Magnum - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

If you like getting into oversized situations in your free ride setting, the Nitro Magnum is going to help protect your situations. A directional shape makes this board charge hard out of any condition the mountain deals you for any given day. Regular camber gives it the most pop desired out of a snowboard and makes staying in control in choppy and icy conditions easy and stable. High Speed Formula HD Base makes the Magnum fast over whatever temperature mother nature wants to give you. A wide width makes this board float with ease and cuts the most toe and heel drag for those riders with large feet.

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Nitro Nitro 38 Special - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro 38 Special is a lightweight board, with a not so lightweight view on the mountain. With its directional shape, this deck will charge hard through the chop and chunder, or sit back nice and easy in the deep, bottomless powder scene. Loaded with regular camber, the 38 special comes with the most pop in a deck for getting extra height on your tricks off the lip, and making stomping tricks and getting washed out in the back seat a thing of the past. Speed Formula HD Base makes this deck fast over whatever type of snow conditions you run into. A mid-wide waist makes this deck float a little easier with more surface area and cuts toe and heel drag for us riders with big feet.

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Nitro Nitro Team - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Team deck is a board that can trick off any feature, in any conditions. This freestyle orientated board will take you through the park, off a backcountry cheese wedge, or allow you to trick off any natural feature in your path. With a directional twin shape, the Team lets you point it out of any type of run out with ease, and gives the board the same flex riding switch as it does your regular stance for a more exact feel for your switch tricks. The Dual Degressive Sidecut and Reflex Sidecut makes this deck a master in tight response for whatever trouble you encounter. Regular camber gives you the maximum pop desired and control in high speed situations.

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Nitro Nitro Thunder Spiltboard - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Thunder Splitboard is your way to access those powder lines you have been looking at in the distance for the past years. No longer is the hike unmanageable, with the Thunder simple turn your board into some telly skis and skin yourself to the top. With a directional shape, this board will make charging downhill in any type of conditions smooth and allow you to stand it up off those large cliffs. Mid-wide width makes it float with ease with more surface area and cuts out toe and heel drag for those of us with large feet. Speed Formula HD Base makes the Thunder charge fast and hard, even after the resorts close down, and the sun soften everything up. The Thunder is compatible with the Voile insert pattern.

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Nitro Nitro Pantera - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Pantera is the rockstar of riding all terrain throughout your mountain. With a Tapered shape, this deck floats through the deepest powder with ease so you can get more laps without tiring. A regular camber profile makes the Pantera a beast with maximum pop and making shutting it down when needed in choppy terrain plausible. A progressive sidecut makes the Pantera transfer from edge to edge with finesse. Mid-wide or wide width makes the Pantera float a little easier and gives us riders with bigger feet less toe or heel drag. Sintered Speed Formula II Base is the base that will win you dollars when putting 5 down against your buddies on whose getting to the car first.

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Nitro Nitro Blacklight - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Blacklight is going to make you stand out like white in a blacklight rave. The directional twin shape is going to give you a slightly directional shape for getting through the chunder and pointing it in any situation and gives you an exact flex for a more “like” feel when riding switch and trying to get maximum pop on your switch tricks. The regular camber is going to ensure that the Blacklight is loaded up with the most pop you can get and is going to allow you better edge control on the ice and let you set down those big airs with control. Mid-wide, this deck will fit slightly better if you have bigger feet, or allow a little better float in the deep powder. A progressive sidecut makes the Blacklight transfer from edge to edge responsive and smooth.

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Nitro Nitro Eero Ettala - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Eero Ettala Pro Model is a board that can rip it everywhere. From the streets, park, or the backcountry, Eero makes sure that the technology in the board does not slack. A directional twin shape puts the board slightly directional for powering through the chunder in the backcountry with a twin flex for equal pop or press in the park and on the streets. Tri-Progressive side cut makes this board transfer from edge to edge like cutting through butter with a hot knife. Regular camber makes this board come out swinging with the most pop you can get out of a deck and makes for stomping big landings easy and smooth. Ballistic Impact Panels are going to help fight against compression and delimitation. The Eero Pro will give you the mix in your game you’ve been looking for.

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Nitro Pantera Standard Camber - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Pantera SC is a board that will make your hard charging backcountry style rock and roll. A tapered shape makes the Pantera SC float on top of the surface of those bottomless powder days. Regular camber makes for this board to charge through any terrain with control and makes for the most pop available so you can get some extra height off the lip of your jump and set it down with ease. A mid-wide or wide board gives you maximum surface area for more float and edge to edge control in those droughts when your hill turns into an ice arena, or cuts heel and toe drag for those of us with larger than average foot sizes. A Sintered Speed Formula II base ensures that no one is going to out-charge you or beat you to the first tracks off the tram. Strap in and go for the gold on the Nitro Pantera SC.

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Nitro Nitro Ultimate - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Ultimate is an all terrain board that you can take all over your home mountain and beyond. With a directional shape, you can charge through the choppy backcountry with control and ease. A mid-wide deck gives you great surface area for floating in the deep backcountry or for those of us that have larger than average boot size. The regular camber ensures you that you are going to have no problem getting maximum height off any kicker, rather it be in the backcountry or throughout the park. The Ultimate will take you on a smooth ride and make sure that stomping those extra large kickers is a piece of cake. Sintered speed formula II base allows you to get speed on the hot, slushy spring days in the park.

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Nitro Nitro Quiver - 2014Snowboard added by alexgavic - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Quiver boards are designed to be able to get you onto any terrain, any feature, and through any situation you may find yourself in. They come out with three different board styles for your choosing for maximum effect on the hill. If you want to jib on rails the Rail Quiver comes at you with a true twin shape so you can get the same feel riding switch as you can your regular stance for better control on switch tricks. An Urban style flex for easy pressing, and a standard width for the best edge to edge control possible. The Powder Quiver is a powder hound for the deepest of days. A slight swallow tail combines with a extreme directional stance back at the tail of the board, there is no depth you can’t ride on the machine. A mid-width and tapered nose gives you more surface area for better float. The All-Mountain Quiver is designed you allow you to get anywhere you want with your buddies, in any setting. Rip through the park with a twin shape and the “park” style flex. Or rip it down the big backcountry zone on the deep powder days. A radial sidecut and Powdercore II technology makes sure that the Quiver will advance you through any condition, at anytime.

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Nitro T1 - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (1) user reviews.

The T1 is Nitro’s time proven park focused true twin. A zero camber, blunted twin spec-ed up with Pop Band reinforcement and a sintered base and now featuring Nitro’s Whiplash core profiling which ads pop by increasing the core thickness at the outside of the bindings, the T1 is the kicker and rail killer the Nitro team take-out when the knuckles get bigger and the rails scarier.

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Nitro Blacklight Gullwing - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Nitro’s hybrid camber rocket ship, also known as the Nitro Blacklight Gullwing is an all-mountain missile for blasting freeride terrain and slaughtering big transitions. For advanced riders who life firm flexing snowboards with big returns from carves and ollies and who don’t mind putting the work in to get the rewards the Nitro Blacklight Gullwing is a winner. The mid-wide waist means those folks with size 10US to 13US boot sizes are going to have all the fun.

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Nitro Swindle - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

If the English dictionary had an entry for “Urban Snowboarding” it would probably mention the Nitro Swindle as the snowboard of choice. From the blunted twin shape to the extra thick RailKiller edges and Scratch & Rip base the Swindle reads like a wish list for getting your jib-on. This year the Swindle’s ollie-pop gets a boost from the addition of Nitro’s Whiplash core profiling.

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Nitro Spell - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Park addicts come in all shapes, sizes and genders. Nitro knows female riders are stepping up their urban rail game and so its design team pieced together the Spell. The Nitro Spell combines the smooth on rail feel of zero camber, extra thick Railkiller edges and their Hi-Def extruded base, obvious choices for jib performance and durability in a harsh urban environment. A nice extra is the Whiplash core profiling which adds thicker sections outside the bindings for extra ollie pop.

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Nitro Fate Zero - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Fate Zero (flat camber profile) is an easy board to ride, an easy snowboard to progress on but an incredibly difficult snowboard to pigeon-hole, because of its adaptive nature. Female snowboarders of all levels and riding types who don’t want to restrict their riding to the board they’ve strapped themselves to will love the Fate Zero.

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Nitro Factory Fate - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

The almost famous Nitro Fate has been souped-up for 2013 with Nitro’s technology loaded Factory construction. That’s not to say it has become any heavier, with Nitro’s brand new Koroyd Hybrid core it’s probably managed to lose a few pounds too. For aggressive female riders looking for a lightweight, high performance, precision snowboard with the power or traditional camber the Factory Fate is the zenith of Nitro’s female range.

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Nitro Team Series Gullwing - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

SB-RV heaped praise on the Nitro Team Series Gullwing last season. It is light, has tons of pop and a seriously fast sintered base. For riders whose ability is a little above intermediate; charging is no issue, riding switch is no biggie and hitting the 8m+ tables in the park is all part of a day’s riding then the Gullwing is a solid all-mountain choice. Off-piste, marked trails, park runs and urban rail sessions, you name it the Nitro Team Series Gullwing will slay it.

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Nitro Cinema - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (2) user reviews.

Replacing the Addict for the 12/13 winter season is the Nitro Cinema. True to Nitro’s dedication to bringing quality high spec products to snowboarders at a fair price, the Cinema packs trickle-down technologies that feature on more expensive boards in their line like Gullwing camber and Nitro’s tip-to-tail Poplar Powercore II.

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Nitro Slash Gullwing - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Need that extra flotation for those days when the snow conditions are beyond deep? Plenty of taper, a drawn-out nose with a very gradual transition zone and Nitro’s hybrid Gullwing camber should keep you and the Slash from submarining even after that plate of spare ribs you polished-off at lunch.

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Nitro Rook - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Rook is another returning classic from the Nitro range that’s won its fair share of awards and fans through its lifetime, not to mention a glowing review from Snowboard-Review. With its Jack of all trades zero camber profile, snappy Whiplash core profile and carbon reinforcement the Rook is a freestyle twin that will let its rider get away with sloppy rotations and will kill-it in pow despite a twin shape but still snap an ollie and set-down an unbalance landing.

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Nitro T1.5 - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (1) user reviews.

Nitro never misses an opportunity to join the bandwagon. Their product line always takes the biggest tech stories of the previous season and puts them into a product graphic that the kids love. One of the big product stories of last year was Burton’s success with its Squeeze Box core profiling tech. Of course other brands had been there before, like Salomon with its Popster core, but none nailed the marketing quite like Burton. This year Nitro is hot on Burton’s tail with a core profile it is calling Whiplash, where the core thickens just before the front binding and after the back binding to increase ollie pop. Nitro has added this technology to a new cambered version of the classic twin shaped T1, this new model is named the T1.5. With extra pop, all the spec of a park thrashing champion and the golden blessing of a Transworld Good Wood Award, Nitro might just sell a few of its T1.5s.

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Nitro Thief - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

The Thief’s directional twin shape and longer nose and tail kicks provide it with enough surface area to glide on top of fresh powder. The camber profile, triaxial laminates and Diamond Band reinforcement supply the punchy flex you want for railing carves in hard snow and boosting ollies off park jumps. The Nitro Thief is a great choice for intermediate to advanced snowboarders who mostly ride firmer snow but want the versatility to ride deep snow without having to lean back to much when it occasionally does dump.

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Nitro Pantera - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Flick through your iPod until you find the heavy metal, ready? Now charge the Nitro Pantera down any line you can imagine, the steeper the better. Built for high speed stability and edge hold the Pantera uses a traditional camber profile and float is aided by a 5mm taper. The Nitro Pantera is for advanced freeriders who enjoy pushing themselves and their board to terminal velocity

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Nitro Eero Ettala Pro - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

If you caught any of Eero’s riding in last season’s “Cooking on Gas” series you’ll know that Eero rides his pro model on everything from hard pack Air & Style jumps to Helsinki street spots and even chin deep Hokkaido pow. It’s a no-nonsense twin shape park board; the carbon reinforcement, triaxial glass, traditional camber and high grade sintered base are staples for taking-on big obstacles. Touches like the blunted shape and Rail Killer reinforced edges are evidence that Eero really can and does ride everything.

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Nitro Ultimate - 2013Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

The use of Koroyd is another industry first from the folks at Nitro Snowboards. Until Nitro dropped Koroyd technology at ISPO it was an entirely unknown material in the snowsports industry, but its use is extremely interesting. 70% lighter than conventional wood cores with good durability properties to boot, it really gives the Ultimate a big weight advantage. Is it the lightest snowboard on the planet, even lighter than the Burton Method? We don’t know, but at half the price it’s a lot more affordable. Directional, stiff and lightweight the Ultimate is for all-mountain riders who want to feel weightless out of the pipe and ride aggressively through all different terrain types and snow conditions.

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Team Gullwing reviewed by the Snowboard Review team. Team Gullwing is a video review.
Nitro Team Gullwing - 2012Snowboard reviewed by Rich Ewbank - (4) user reviews.

Once upon a time the Nitro Team was the board to have, legends like Nicola Thost and Shin Campos endorsed it and every man, woman and grom wanted one. Now the Team is out of the limelight but boy-oh-boy does it perform! The Team is a light, technical and incredibly lively snowboard for strong intermediate riders through to pros focused on high speed freestyle riding.

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Nitro Fate - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (1) user reviews.

Nitro’s big seller the Fate makes snowboarding that little bit easier. Everything you need to enjoy a day on the mountain is packed into the Fate. Zero camber makes it more forgiving than standard camber but there’s still enough life in the board to enjoy a day of carving and the directional twin shape will have all but the completely inexperienced gliding over fresh powder.

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Nitro Thief - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Nitro’s newest all-mountain offering the Thief is designed for all-mountain riders who charge hard, hit transitions with plenty of speed and appreciate the performance benefits of camber and advanced materials. The board you can steal (although we’d rather you paid for it), the skills to use it to its full potential you’ve got to earn.

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Nitro T1 - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (1) user reviews.

The Nitro T1 is where high-end spec meets affordable price tag. Its twin shape, Bi-Lite laminates, new Rock Bands reinforcement and Reflex core are a pretty good sign that the T1 is designed to press and pop with the best park rides. Extra thick Rail Killer edges should keep your edges from cracking and theres’ a choice of camber or Zero Camber.

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Nitro Swindle - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Everything about the Nitro Swindle is focused on jibbing and sliding. The Zero Camber profile will ooze all over boxes and ledges, the Rail Killer edges will stand more than the occasional hook-up or being slammed through a triple kink-er and the Scratch and Rip base will look cooler every time you slice it on a rail or gauge it on a stair set.

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Nitro Sub Zero - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

We’re not talking about a hard as nails Mortal Kombat character, we’re talking about Nitros’ marshmallow soft Gullwing-ed jib stick. With the Nitros composite Combat core sandwiched between soft biax glass this board will press like a shatter-proof ruler and stomp the flattest of landings.

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Nitro Slash - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

You’re in Hokkaido, Japan in January and it’s puking powder, do you (A) dig out your delaminating jib stick, or (B) unsheathe the Nitro Slash at the bottom of your board bag? If you answered (A) I am afraid there is no hope for you. With its fish shape (heavy taper and long nose) and its surf inspired flex the Slash will make dreams of Kelly Slater cut-backs in chin deep powder a reality. This year the Slash is available with Gullwing camber for a more nimble feel and the 181 comes with a Swallow tail!

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Nitro Runaway - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

A buttery soft women’s snowboard with Gullwing camber for getting right over nose presses and 5-0s. The Runaway’s twin shape and Scratch & Rip extruded base make it the perfect companion for urban rail missions and spring park expression sessions.

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Nitro Rook - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (1) user reviews.

How did a snowboard that was only released two seasons ago become so popular? Its mid-wide waist, zero camber profile, twin shape and medium/soft flex might go some way to explaining the Nitro Rook’s success, but it’s more likely the fact that the Rook devours rails, fires off kickers and out of the pipe and doesn’t mind a powder session either. What’s not to like?

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Nitro Ripper - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Some clever chap somewhere discovered that kids like to snowboard and that making them snowboards in small sizes was a license to print money. Being a bright bunch of fellows Nitro has jumped on the bandwagon and the Ripper is Nitro’s freestyle kid’s board. With its zero camber profile and twin shape the Ripper is going to be responsible for a whole generation of rail and jib assassins.

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Nitro ProOneOff Anton Gunnerson - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Gunnerson is an urban thoroughbred. From the easy press Zero Camber profile and Reflex core profile combination to the Rail Killer edges and insane Scratch & Rip base that shows off your board’s wounds, the Gunnerson is everything a rail board should be and more.

Nitro ProOneOff Anton Gunnerson

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Nitro Pantera LX - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (4) user reviews.

Have you ever strapped yourself to a missile? I’m told cranking your ratchets whilst strapping into the Pantera LX fills you with the same cocktail of fear and excitement. With Basalt and Carbon laminates, Nitros’ fastest sintered base, a stiff flex and a tapered directional shape you’ll be leaving every other skier and snowboarder in your vapour trail as you haul ass to get first tracks.

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Nitro Prime Colorband - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Prime gives you all the tools you need to learn snowboarding in a jiffy. Whether you choose the easy forgiving ride of Zero Camber or the lively feel of a cambered profile is down to you, so is the choice of graphicsÖ Colorband or Propaganda hmmm.

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Nitro Pantera - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (3) user reviews.

The sound of Speed Metal thrashing through your headphones, adrenaline coursing through your veins and the beastly cambered Nitro Pantera strapped to your feet. You’re on a freeride mission, aiming down couloirs and pointing off 30 footers, it’s death or glory!

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Nitro Mystique - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Take the all-mountain performing Nitro Addict, soften it up a little, narrow the waist and spruce it up with a purple-ey paint job and hey presto you’ve got the women’s Nitro Mystique! There’s nothing mystical about that.

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Nitro Magnum - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Commonly known as The Boat in the snowboarding world, the Nitro Magnum is one of the only boards on the market that caters for heavy, big footed men who regularly snap snowboards and chairs for that matter like twigs.

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Nitro Lectra Colorband - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Right so you’ve chosen the Nitro Lectra because you’re a beginner and you want a do-it-all snowboard that will last you a couple of seasons and that looks the business. Now all you have to choose is whether you want the forgiving feel of zero camber of the snappy pop of camber under your feet and if you prefer the Blend or Colorband graphics. Who said choosing a snowboard was easy?

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Nitro Lectra Blend - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Right so you’ve chosen the Nitro Lectra because you’re a beginner and you want a do-it-all snowboard that will last you a couple of seasons and that looks the business. Now all you have to choose is whether you want the forgiving feel of zero camber of the snappy pop of camber under your feet and if you prefer the Blend or Colorband graphics. Who said choosing a snowboard was easy?

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Nitro Haze - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Put simply, the Nitro Have is a easy to press, easy to jib and easy to maintain street and park snowboard for those on a tight budget or those that don’t want to burn a wad of cash on a board they know is going to get the urban treatment.

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Nitro Factory Rook - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Uncompromising materials selection and design work has turned the much loved Nitro Rook from a quality freestyle performer to a high performance flagship model. Basalt and carbon laminates and the camber profile should pop you higher than you’ve ever popped. Strap into the Factory Rook rocket and hold on!

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Nitro Eero Ettala Pro - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (3) user reviews.

Eero’s been at the top of the game for longer than most and with video parts that consistently blow the field apart you know that Eero is riding a board that works for him. The camber profile gives him the grip he needs for show-time booters while the directional twin shape keeps him from sinking in Japan’s bottomless powder.

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Nitro Demand - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

The youth demanded it and Nitro delivered! The Nitro Demand is the directional twin freestyle deck with Gullwing camber that groms have been begging for. For park, pow, piste and pipe missions it doesn’t get much better.

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Nitro Cheryl Maas - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Cheryl Maas stomps 900s and double backflips fact! Cheryl’s cambered, twin shaped pro deck on Nitro gives her the tools to get her freestyle freak. A great choice for intermediate to advanced freestyle fillies.

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Nitro Carrera - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Nitro’s flagship women’s all-mountain charger the Carrera shares its name with the world renowned Porsche 911. Is this merely a coincidence? I think not. If you like cruising around at break-neck speeds and oversized cell phones the Carrera’s got your name on it.

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Nitro Blacklight Gullwing - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (1) user reviews.

This year the Blacklight has made the switch from standard camber to Gullwing hybrid camber. Expect the burley all-mountain performance the Blacklight is renowned for combined with the easy carving, poppy flex and ridiculous float of GullwingÖ a deadly combination.

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Nitro Addict - 2012Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (1) user reviews.

The Addict, Nitro’s all-mountain freestyle shred for intermediates on a budget returns for a second season. With Gullwing hybrid camber, Nitro’s composite wood core and biaxial laminates, be sure to have a fix, but be aware once you’ve ridden it you’ll be back fro more.

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Team Gullwing reviewed by the Snowboard Review team.
Nitro Team Gullwing - 2011Snowboard reviewed by Ben Molloy - (6) user reviews.

Nitro must think they’re onto a good thing with their Gullwing profile, they’re even adding the technology to the the famous Team series. From legends like Nicola Throst and Shin Campos to new international kicker assassin Gian Luca Cavigelli, the Team has, and always will provide the goods for park and backcountry booter progression.

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Nitro Rook - 2011Snowboard reviewed by Ben Molloy - (1) user reviews.

Last year the Rook was king of the Nitro castle. For 2011 the Nitro Rook returns with an almost identical package. Nitro are still using their zero camber profile, degressive sidecut and biaxial glass, but for 2011 they’re added Kevlar impact plates under the bindings so you don’t go smashing the core to bits when you overshoot landings, and Nitro have added their Pop Band technology, a narrow strip of glass that runs the length of the board, to improve pop without increasing torsional rigidity. The Rook is a park slayer with all-mountain versatility. If you’re not digging the 2011 graphic you can always pick up one of the limited edition rides featuring Dennis McNett’s artwork.

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Eero Ettala Pro reviewed by the Snowboard Review team.
Nitro Eero Ettala Pro - 2011Snowboard reviewed by Ben Molloy - (0) user reviews.

It’s a pretty well know fact that Eero Ettala kills it on all terrain. From Throwing down precise, laser guided double backflips in Japan’s legendary trees to stomping unimaginable tricks back-to-back in the X-Games finals, Finish snowboarding hero Eero Ettala can ride it all. No surprise then that Eero’s pro model at Nitro slices through any terrain like a hot knife through butter. Just make sure you work on your girlie legs over the summer, because the Eero isn’t the softest of snowboards.

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Nitro Slash - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Is this the coolest looking snowboard on the planet? Available in three sizes the 161 and 166 are heavily tapered pin tails while the 177 (yes that’s one hundred and seventy seven centimeters!) has the same uber tapered shape with a mini swallow tail. But it’s not just the shape and paint job that are rad; Nitro are using biaxial laminates and the Reflex core profile (thinner profile between the feet) meaning the Slash is easy to initiate into turns and super slashy and agile. Finally the Slash features Nitro’s freeride specific S-Gullwing profile, basically an early rise nose with camber in the tail, a similar profile to that used in the Burton Fish and Atomic Banger. Perfect for slashing, sticking drops and pumping that pow for extra speed.

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Nitro Pantera LX - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Take the Pantera, remove the four litre engine under the bonnet and replace it with a race tuned supercharged V8, that’s effectively what you get when you add the two letters LX to end of the Pantera. Sure the directional, slightly tapered shape is the same, and the Pantera LX still uses the Sintered Speed Formula II base. It’s the Diamond (basalt and carbon fibre) laminates combined with the Reflex core that create a ferocious animal, intent on ripping up corduroy and churning powder. If you’re a hard charger looking for a board to rail on edges and fire of cliffs, the Pantera LX is it.

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Nitro Sub Zero - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

You’ve been looking at the Swindle but zero camber just isn’t going to cut it… you want Gullwing rocker / camber profile. Nitro have got you covered, the super soft flexing Combat core and biaxial laminates keep the Sub Zero as soft as a sponge and the Gullwing camber makes pressing and buttering on tap.

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Nitro Swindle - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (4) user reviews.

Nitro’s budget rail riding rip-stick the Swindle returns to the Nitro range for 2011. From the Scratch & Rip FH base which changes colour when you gauge it to the Reflex core profile and flat camber the Nitro Swindle should have you pressing everything from concrete ledges to single bar handrails with minimal effort.

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Nitro T1 - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (2) user reviews.

The park staple of the Nitro range, the T1 feels like it’s been around since the beginning. Everything about the T1 screams ‘PARK!!!’. Taking if from the top, the Powercore II core uses the Reflex profile, thinning its profile between the feet for a little bit more agility on rail approaches and easier presses on whatever ledge, box or handrail you’re taking the T1 too. Then there’s the Railkiller (super thick) edges for extra steal-on-steal durability no matter how many down to flat kinks you need to work the T1 through. Nitro have used biaxial glass in the T1’s construction for forgiving landings and less catchy rail slaying, and then added their new Pop Band reinforcement along the centre of the board for extra pop without compromising forgiveness. Finally, there’s the Zero camber which makes on-rail action Rolls Royce smooth and kicker takeoffs catch free. If you are serious about dominating the Park and showing up your buddies, we reckon the T1 is the bomb!

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Nitro Gross Out Kids Pro Series - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Another team edition ride from Nitro, the Gross Out Kids pro series uses it’s own unique shape, Nitro’s Gullwing rocker/camber profile and the soft flexing Combat composite wood core combined with Bi-Lite biaxial glass laminates to create a snowboard to press and jib your way from the top of the mountain all the way home. Find your size and support your favourite Nitro team rider.

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Nitro Pantera - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (1) user reviews.

Like an 80s heavy metal band the Nitro Pantera gets better with age. You’re after float in powder? The directional tapered shape will provide plenty of float and the sintered base will have you gliding over any sticky flat spots. Want edge hold for laying down supersonic carves? Triaxial glass and a progressive sidecut should keep your edge in the snow and the board stable no matter what conditions you find the Pantera plowing through. Need pop? Camber and Basalt tip-to-tail reinforcement will kick you out of carves and fire you head height off rollers.

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Nitro Shadow - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

From out of the dark comes a powerful creation, a snowboard so powerful it may well fill the place of the vanquished Nitro Prolight. Spec-ed to the max, the Nitro Shadow packs more under the topsheet than most high class rides; we are talking Gullwing camber, triaxial glass, basalt fibre reinforcement and Kevlar impact plates under the bindings. Expect a lively and responsive all-mountain snowboard designed to be ridden by aggressive and experienced snowboarders.

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Nitro Addict - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (7) user reviews.

There’s a new snowboard in town and the rumor going around is that once you’ve sampled the intoxicating high of riding it, you’ll even loot your grandma to pay for one. The Nitro Addict combines Nitro’s Gullwing rocker/camber profile in a directional twin shape and the all new Combat wood composite core, creating a board that rules in all conditions and on all terrain. It also makes a nice change to see a Nitro Snowboard that isn’t black or neon, Mark Welsh’s photography is rad.

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Nitro Lectra - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Do you remember your first day on a snowboard? Let’s be honest… it sucked, sore wrists, a sore back, raw feet from badly fitting boots and a lump of a hire board to lug around. At least one of those contributing factors to a sucky day can be changed. The soft flexing Nitro Lectra with its biaxial glass, radial sidecut and low camber will make the first day that bit more bearable and progression over the following weeks that little bit quicker.

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Nitro Carrara - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Much like the similarly named Porsche 911, the Nitro Carrara is a high performance speed machine thanks to the directional shape and sintered Speed Formula II base. The only difference is you won’t have some yuppie trader with slick back hair and a mobile phone the size of a brief case riding one just like yours. ‘Carraras are like so cool, yah, I’m buying one as soon as I get my bonus’. All-mountain performance for confident female rippers.

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Nitro Haze - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (2) user reviews.

The Nitro Haze returns for another season of budget, park shredding. From the predictable radial sidecut, to the Biaxial laminates and extruded base there’s no denying the Haze’s features are run-of-the-mill, but hey that’s ideal if you want to kick it in the park.

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Nitro Runaway - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Beneath its fairly innocent looking skin the Nitro Runaway is a bit of a park animal. From the wicked Scratch & Rip base which shows off your board’s wounds to the extra thick edges to prevent nasty dings and the Gullwing profile which combines loose feel with pop and edge hold, the Runaway is everything park rippers have been dreaming of.

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Nitro Fate - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Year after year the Fate returns to the Nitro line-up. It might be because of the Reflex core profile and Bi-Lite laminates that make the Fate ridiculously easy to turn. Then again, it could be because the dual degressive sidecut makes landings and take-offs catch free, but then again it might be because the Zero camber profile makes the Fate easy to take in the powder and buttery smooth on jibs and pressing on boxes. I reckon it’s because all of these features combine to make a snowboard that makes snowboarding fun.

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Nitro Prime - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (1) user reviews.

The Nitro Prime probably won’t win any awards for pioneering snowboard design or mind-blowing performance, but that’s not the point. Designed to cut the cost of getting into snowboarding and to meet the needs of beginner and recreational snowboarders, the Prime is everything you’ll need to take up the best sport in the world.

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Nitro Misfit - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (1) user reviews.

The Nitro Misfit definitely fits the bill for riders who want to take their kicker riding to the backcountry. A camber profile and Rock Band basalt fibres running along the length provide the pop you need for blasting off soft powdery transitions and the triaxial glass and flat kick tips arm riders with a board that’ll stick super deep powder and completely tracked-out landings. Should you feel the urge to lay down some hand-dragging carves or blast a big Lien air out of the pipe then the Misfit’s probably a good match.

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Nitro Blacklight - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Blacklight has been a favourite with larger footed riders for a number of seasons now. From the Lava Laminates (triaxial glass combined with Basalt fibres) to the Sintered Speed Formula II base, the Blacklight oozes class and high speed performance. The Blacklight is a snowboard for going as fast as possible and huge off any transition you can find.

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Nitro Mystique - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Don’t let the cliché name fool you; the Mystique is not a punters board. Featuring Nitro’s new Combat composite core for increased flexibility and durability and the Gullwing rocker/camber hybrid profile, the Mystique has all the features of a higher priced ride in a snowboard designed to help beginner through to intermediate female riders get to grips with everything from the park to pow.

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Nitro Demand - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (2) user reviews.

The Nitro Demand is new to the line-up for 2011. Designed with young rippers in-mind, the short lengths, biaxial glass, radial sidecut and Gullwing camber provide everything young riders need to lay waste to the park and impress girls, which if I’m honest with myself was one of the reasons I started snowboarding.

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Nitro Magnum - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

No it’s not a posh choc-ice and it’s definitely not the most powerful hand gun in the world. The Nitro Magnum is Nitro’s notoriously wide snowboarding boat designed for those gifted in the shoe department. Boot overhang is a thing of the past, it’s just a shame baggage excess isn’t.

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Nitro Cheryl Mass Pro - 2011Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Cheryl Mass has been mixing it up with the boys for years. Her effortless style and complete disregard for personal safety mean she’s one of the best female riders out there and puts many male pros to shame. Cheryl gets another pro stick on Nitro for 2011 and with a sintered base, low camber and biaxial laminates, you can be sure the Nitro Cheryl Mass Pro will be perfect for riding kickers, rails and backcountry hits.

Nitro Cheryl Mass Pro

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Fate reviewed by the Snowboard Review team.
Nitro Fate - 2010Snowboard reviewed by Kaz Willmer - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Fate has always offered all-mountain versatility and performance to women riders. Nothing’s changed for 2009/10. The Nitro Fate is a great board for women snowboarders looking to ride piste and jumps all over the mountain, but who also need a board that’ll quite happily kick it in the powder all day long too.

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Rook reviewed by the Snowboard Review team.
Nitro Rook - 2010Snowboard reviewed by Kev Mills - (6) user reviews.

A mid-wide waist, twin shape, biaxial glass and fast sintered base make the Rook perfect for dominating the whole park, throw in the shovel nose and tail and Carbon Xs running beween edges and you have a killer park board that’ll also dominate the pipe and any backcountry kickers. Also available with Andy McNett’s super dope limited edition artwork (pictured).

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Swindle reviewed by the Snowboard Review team.
Nitro Swindle - 2010Snowboard reviewed by Kev Mills - (0) user reviews.

The Nitro Swindle was designed for killing it on rails, with soft biaxial glass, Railkiller edges and the awsome Scratch & Rip Extruded base (shows your boards scars), the spec is certainly geared that way. However taking the Swindle out on the slopes, it appears to offer a little bit more.

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Blacklight reviewed by the Snowboard Review team.
Nitro Blacklight - 2010Snowboard reviewed by Kev Mills - (2) user reviews.

Similar to the Prolight but with a slightly wider waist. The Blacklight incorporates a high grade sintered base, triaxial glass and a progressive sidecut for performance on the ground, and light weight construction with tapered tips and tails and a Powerlite core for effortless spins whilst airborne…. The best of both worlds!

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Nitro Sub Zero - 2010Snowboard added by Kev Mills - (2) user reviews.

Press, slide, tweak and revert, infact do any rail trickery you can think of. The Nitro Sub Zero offers super buttery skills on the gnarliest of street and park rails. If you’re looking for a board to ride the whole mountain, you should look at other snowboards in the range.

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Nitro Pantera LX - 2010Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (1) user reviews.

A super light, gently tapered and responsive freeride board for experienced riders. The Pantera LX packs all of Nitro’s weight saving technology into one board. Leaner and meaner than your riding buddies’ boards!

Nitro Pantera LX

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Nitro Prolight - 2010Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

The Prolight is Nitro’s premium all-mountain freestyle ride. Stuffed full of high tech features like the Nanotech Formula II sintered base, Pentalight (Prepreg) laminates and Basalt rock fibres, the Prolight will charge the gnarliest of shoots and stick choppy landings.

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Nitro T1 - 2010Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (3) user reviews.

Reduced camber for easy pressing on all types of jibs and rails, a beefed up Rail Killer Edge to reduce the damage from stomping rail tricks and pushing the Nitro T1 through tight kinks, and a radial sidecut to increase predictability on run-ins and take-offs, the T1 is freestyle snowboarding evolved. Don’t fear, the engineers at Nitro have made sure there’s still plenty of pop for launching off scary table-tops, because landing short sucks!

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Nitro Misfit - 2010Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Back for another year and with even better graphics… I present the 09/10 Nitro Misfit. A directional twin shape and extended nose and tail for extra float in powder combined with triaxial glass and basalt fibre reinforcement results in an all-mountain freestyle board that’ll take experinced riders anywhere with confidence.

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Nitro Slash - 2010Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Surf the whole mountain. A tapered fish shape with a short tail for rear foot steering in deep snow and tight trees, a longer nose for stability at speed and biaxial glass for a smooth surfy feel. A very backcountry specific snowboard for those of us with enough money to afford a quiver decks.

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Nitro Eero Ettala - 2010Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (2) user reviews.

Rails, kickers, pipe and monster hips, the Eero will help experienced freestylers dominate the lot. Triaxial glass for great edge grip and a tri-radii blended side cut for great for lively carving.

Nitro Eero Ettala

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Nitro Andreas Wiig - 2010Snowboard added by Rich Ewbank - (0) user reviews.

Andreas is the man! He has constantly dominated the X-Games slopestyle and big air! You know that Andreas is at the forefront of the most progressive kicker riding on the planet, and this is the board that he’s chosen to do it on. Enough said!

Nitro Andreas Wiig

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