Nidecker Platinum - 2011


The Nidecker Platinum seems to miss out on all of the attention it’s more sophisticated and slightly more expensive siblings the Legend, Ultralight and Megalight get. The Platinum is an unassuming drag racer in an everyday family saloon’s bodywork. With a stiff flex, camber profile and more reinforcement than Lolo Ferrari’s underwear the Platinum is an ideal board for advanced riders looking for a board for carving groomers, tearing apart the boardercross course or laying down big ol’ powder rooster tails.

Manufacturer's Description:

For the second season the Platinum will adorn elegant teak sidewalls and other sustainable materials such FSC wood core, linseed fibers and the organic lucky clover!

Developed by the team for several years, the specs of this board, make it one of the top freeride boards on the market, as well as being a favorite for boardercross, banked slalom and other uses, where a board with lots character is needed.

Recommended for freeride riding Recommended for big mountain riding High cost snowboard Available in Wide Camber construction Directional Shape Green or Eco Friendly construction

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
158, 163, 168, 158mW, 163W, 168W

Riding Style: Freeride


Free Flex®
Alu Protect
Carbon Stringers
8800 grade sintered base
Team Finish
Master Composite wood core
Directional shape
Linseed & Basalt fibre reinforcement

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