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Equal spoonfuls or park, powder, and groomer prowess.
Whether you're slashing through pow, laying down knee-drag carves, or boosting off every bump and side hit the mountain has to offer, you're having a blast every time you strap into the Nitro Uberspoon Snowboard. It has a poppy, yet playful profile and a unique shape to help you have fun no matter what you're riding. The Roofchop camber is similar to traditional camber, but features a flat section in the middle instead of a continuous curve, giving it all the pop of regular camber with a less grabby, more forgiving feel.
The Powercore II profile keeps it lightweight, and Reflex core profiling thins the core between your feet to increase torsional flex for easy steering. Tri-Lite laminates with Diamond Band carbon stringers ensure a snappy, responsive flex for quick turns and big ollies. A twin shape with a slightly setback stance adds a little more drive and control without limiting your ability to take off and land switch. It's also equipped with Ballistic Impact Panels to prevent binding blowouts, and the Speed Formula HD sintered base is lightning-fast and built tough to withstand impacts.
- Roof Chop Camber profile (low positive camber, flattened center zone)
- All-mountain twin
- Medium-stiff flex
- PowerCore II core with Reflex profiling
- Ballistic impact panels
- Diamond Band carbon stringers
- Tri-Lite laminate
- Sintered Speed Formula HD base
- Item #NTR004A
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This board is really fun for ripping resort style riding. I used it for the first time at big sky. It handled everything excepts the big stuff. I'm 165 without gear and I have the 156. I personally consider it a fairly soft board. They call it a medium-stiff flex but I don't see anything close to stiff in it. It is softer than my salomon time machine from last year and that has been rode for a year. It is a 6 on salomon's scale. The roof chop camber is fun. The camber helps the board land drops and actually react like a medium flex board. I have a quiver and this is a board that will be used on playful spring days at the bird or park laps at another resort.