Ride hard on every inch of the mountain.
A twin shape and long tip and tail profile give the Nitro Andreas Wiig Snowboard the versatility to take on anything from the terrain park to backcountry booters. Nitro gave this ride a short 1cm stance setback to increase flotation and still allow you to land switch off the biggest hits in the park. The Andreas Wiig Snowboard also includes a tri-progressive sidecut that gives you excellent handling in tight chutes and lets you charge hard on the in-run to a big gap with confidence that you won't catch an edge and get jacked.
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The Andresas Wiig pro model is a twin tip board. It look like the Misfit but it's more soft and a little bit more wide. it has a shape perfect for me who do everything. In particularly I like 56 size with the viking design. When you show Andreas riding he is like a viking
you all know this guy from the x games..this is his board design....very fun deck to do everything on, obviously, just watch andreas ride.....it has a new twin shape, and a tri progressive sidecut so that it can be ridden in the park but will still perform at higher speeds.....it also has a new fx base which means that you don't have to guess what wax to put on the night before....it doesn't need wax.....the base takes care of itself so all you have to worry about is how to get to the fresh snow before its all gone because you somehow slept in.....
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Rode this last year at a demo that Nitro and Subaru were doing and loved it! I took it out on a 6inch day and it plowed through everything. It has a great shape and so much pop I couldn't believe how lively it was. The rep told me about how you don't have to wax the FX base, which is perfect for me as I hate to wax my board... I'd rather ride! I was very impressed with this board and will be picking up the 56 when it comes in. I was riding a Rome Agent and this blew it out of the water.
This is an amazing board. I was blown away by Nitro's offering this season. I just got back from HCSC and rode all of their demo boards. I was under the impression that Nitro's boards were stiff. Either they've changed or I was dead wrong. The Wiig held an amazing edge at all speeds, the shape is perfect and with size 10 boots the waist is perfect. I loved the flex of this board, not stiff but not too soft and it had a TON of POP! I used this board for two weeks and with the FX base didn't have to wax once! All in all this is one of the best boards I've ever ridden. If you want a quality board that can ride everythig this is the board for you. The FX base and Nitro's two year warranty just make it that much better.