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Squash Splitboard

The Squash Snowboard took resort riders by storm last season, so Nitro split the Squash for backcountry touring. The Squash Splitboard sports the same all-mountain, corduroy-carving, powder-floating shape with a lighter construction to keep you touring the backcountry. Rocking a True Camber profile that'll bring old-school power to your ride, as well as a smile to your face, the Squash is made for going fast, railing turns, and stacking up some serious knuckle-dragging G-forces. But when you're not making every other person on the mountain feel slow, the Squash's swallowtail and slightly set back shape ups the surf-stoke and helps keep the fatty nose above the pow, so while your homies are stuck and postholing out of the flats, you'll be pitching snowballs and laughing from the lift heading up to claim seconds.

Nitro made the Squash's core out of a lighter, thinner poplar wood that still offers plenty of snap in and out of each turn. Bi-Lite laminates stiffen the board to provide a moderate flex suitable for most riders. The sintered base boasts the durable abrasion-resistance required for backcountry riding. Nitro finished the Squash off with beefy, easy-to-use tip & tail hook as well as additional aluminum hooks for a more secure lock.
  • Powerhouse board for railing aggressive turns and ripping pow
  • True Camber provides tons of stability and pop underfoot
  • All-terrain moderate/stiff flex is responsive and springlike
  • Swallowtail shape helps keep your nose up and surf-stoke high
  • Tapered directional shape for going fast in a single orientation
  • Powerlite core uses light, poppy poplar wood for a medium flex
  • Tip and tail hooks with additional aluminum hooks for more secure locks
  • Item #NTR00C5

Tech Specs

Length
152cm, 159cm, 163cm
Profile
camber
Shape
directional
Flex
medium-stiff (7 of 10 on Nitro scale)
Effective Edge
[152cm] 1120mm, [159cm] 1180mm, [163cm] 1210mm
Waist Width
[152cm] 245mm, [159cm] 255mm, [163cm] 260mm
Sidecut Radius
[152cm] 8.0 / 7.2m, [159cm] 8.4 / 7.6m, [163cm] 8.7 / 7.8m
Stance Width
[152cm] 19 - 25in, [159cm] 20 - 26in, [163cm] 20 - 26in
Stance Setback
1in
Mount
4-hole
Core
Powerlite (poplar)
Wrap
bi-lite
Base
Speed Formula HD (sintered)
Recommended Rider Weight
[152cm] 110lb+, [159cm] 130lb+, [163cm] 155lb+
Recommended Use
backcountry snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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This thing rips. It's a true cambered board whose shape makes my Jones Flagship look like a rockered board. The shape took some time to get used to but the *Donald Trump voice* "YUGE" nose floats and glides through any condition will the swallowtail helps keep the nose up in the deepest cunnies. The tail also makes it stupid easy to lean back in the pow and get those crazy slashes and butters you're used to seeing in videos of Hokkaido, in fact if I could take any board to Japan, this would be it. The turn initiation on this board is initially slow but once locked in this board RIPS carves putting Lindsey Vonn to absolute shame. At a 7 out of 10 stiffy level you have plenty of rigidity for bombing down sketch chutes but still abundant pop for side hits and spinning off rocks and cliffs. Because of the shape you're definitely gonna want to ride this board forward of reference except on the deepest of days. One thing is for sure this board will make you work for everyone line. Take your stairmaster to Goodwill because this board will work your quads just as easily on the way down as the way up. But don't let that deter you, unless you're a soft bro, which in that case you might want to reconsider this high octane beast of a board. Had a little issue with the included hooks but I'm getting some Karakoram UltraClips soon which should remedy that no problem. Also the only thing harder than doing a Double McTwist 1260 on this board is finding a good pair of skins as the swallowtail really threw a wrench in my dreams of picking up any old splitboard skin. Instead really the only good skin short of drilling/cutting the board is to use the Black Diamond STS skins, either the Acension or GlideLites, also you'll need to pick up a pair of SKI version BD STS Tail straps as when the board is in touring mode the tails are shaped more like skis. See the pic for reference of skin attachment.

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