It's traveled from the future to destroy park lines.
A freestyle weapon just waiting to be unleashed, the Nitro T1 Snowboard is a proven, park-crushing warrior designed to handle every feature that comes across your path. Flexible enough to tweak in the streets, stable enough for taking off the big booter, and tough enough to last for seasons, the T1 makes the park yours for the taking. It starts with Cam-Out camber, which is basically traditional camber, but with smooth, early transitions at the tip and tail that give it a more forgiving feel, so you're not punished with under rotations.
Then, biax fiberglass provides a buttery flex for getting loose on jibs, and beefy RailKiller edges are 20% thicker than standard edges so they can take a beating when you're throwing down in the streets. The lightweight Powercore II poplar core features inlaid beech strips for extra strength, and it has Whiplash profiling so it's thinner between the bindings for maximum pressibility and thicker underfoot for durability. Plus, the Speed Formula HD sintered base will keep you moving fast even if you haven't bothered to wax for a while.
- Mid-flexing, twin park board with ideal freestyle control
- Twin shape enables easy switch riding and landings
- Cam-Out profile provides powerful pop and freestyle fun
- Poplar core blends super light feel with strong snap
- Whiplash profiling makes for fully pressed-out tricks
- Sintered base keeps you cruising even after days without wax
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- Q & A
15 Years Of Freestyle Boarding!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
The T1 snowboard is by far my go to park board, especially because I like to ride the park in the morning and than when it gets beat in the park, I like to cruise the rest of the mountain or hit the pipe. The Cam-Out camber gives me the stability and snap I like for an all-mountain park board. If you are looking for a park board that you can ride in all sorts of conditions - I would recommend this TWS Good Wood winner because of its ride and heritage. This is the 15th year of the T1!