Nitro Magnum - 2012


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.

Manufacturer's Description:

The Magnum has become the shred sled of choice amongst riders with large feet because it gives them an advantage over those without a solid platform. The Magnum has never been treated as a wide board, because it has none of the characteristics of wide boards. It’s light and responsive with its directional shape that is perfectly blended to rip turns in pow or on groomer without speed scrubbing toe drag, And our Sintered Speed Formula base means you will be passing by all those barnies stick in the pow with their little twigs.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for freeride riding Medium cost snowboard Available in Wide Camber construction Directional Shape

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):
159, 161, 165, 168, 171

Riding Style: All Mountain


Camber profile
Bi-Lite Laminates
Progressive Sidecut
Profile Tip
Sintered Speed Formula Base

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