Nitro Quiver - 2014


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.

Manufacturer's Description:

“we like to snowboard in any conditions on any terrain and with our Quiver of boards we are ready for it all, rails, jumps, powder, groomers, slush, ice. all the best boards for any conditions or any terrain and they have a nice clean graphic design to tie them all together”

Recommended for park riding.

Recommended for halfpipe riding.

Recommended for rail riding.

Recommended for freeride riding.

Recommended for big mountain riding.

Camber Construction.

Freeride Specific.

Year: 2014

Available Lengths (cm):

Riding Style: Miscellaneous


Powercore II, Profile Tip, bi-lite laminates, Speed formula HD Base, Progressive Sidecut, Whiplash Profile, Railkiller Edge

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