Nitro 2012 Snowboard Reviews

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

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.

Nitro Team Gullwing

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Nitro Fate - 2012 1 Nitro Fate user review(s).

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.

Nitro Fate

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Nitro Thief - 2012 0 Nitro Thief user review(s).

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.

Nitro Thief

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Nitro T1 - 2012 1 Nitro T1 user review(s).

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.

Nitro T1

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Nitro Swindle - 2012 0 Nitro Swindle user review(s).

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.

Nitro Swindle

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Nitro Sub Zero - 2012 0 Nitro Sub Zero user review(s).

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.

Nitro Sub Zero

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Nitro Slash - 2012 0 Nitro Slash user review(s).

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!

Nitro Slash

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Nitro Runaway - 2012 0 Nitro Runaway user review(s).

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.

Nitro Runaway

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Nitro Rook - 2012 1 Nitro Rook user review(s).

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?

Nitro Rook

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Nitro Ripper - 2012 0 Nitro Ripper user review(s).

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.

Nitro Ripper

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Nitro ProOneOff Anton Gunnerson - 2012 0 Nitro ProOneOff Anton Gunnerson user review(s).

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 - 2012 4 Nitro Pantera LX user review(s).

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.

Nitro Pantera LX

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Nitro Prime Colorband - 2012 0 Nitro Prime Colorband user review(s).

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 graphicsĂ– Colorband or Propaganda hmmm.

Nitro Prime Colorband

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Nitro Pantera - 2012 3 Nitro Pantera user review(s).

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!

Nitro Pantera

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Nitro Mystique - 2012 0 Nitro Mystique user review(s).

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.

Nitro Mystique

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Nitro Magnum - 2012 0 Nitro Magnum user review(s).

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.

Nitro Magnum

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Nitro Lectra Colorband - 2012 0 Nitro Lectra Colorband user review(s).

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?

Nitro Lectra Colorband

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Nitro Lectra Blend - 2012 0 Nitro Lectra Blend user review(s).

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?

Nitro Lectra Blend

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Nitro Haze - 2012 0 Nitro Haze user review(s).

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.

Nitro Haze

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Nitro Factory Rook - 2012 0 Nitro Factory Rook user review(s).

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!

Nitro Factory Rook

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Nitro Eero Ettala Pro - 2012 3 Nitro Eero Ettala Pro user review(s).

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.

Nitro Eero Ettala Pro

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Nitro Demand - 2012 0 Nitro Demand user review(s).

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.

Nitro Demand

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Nitro Cheryl Maas - 2012 0 Nitro Cheryl Maas user review(s).

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.

Nitro Cheryl Maas

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Nitro Carrera - 2012 1 Nitro Carrera user review(s).

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.

Nitro Carrera

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Nitro Blacklight Gullwing - 2012 1 Nitro Blacklight Gullwing user review(s).

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 GullwingĂ– a deadly combination.

Nitro Blacklight Gullwing

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Nitro Addict - 2012 1 Nitro Addict user review(s).

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.

Nitro Addict

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