An entry-level board that doesn't suck
When most companies say 'entry-level board', what they really mean is 'crappy board made with cheap materials.' That is not the case with the Nitro Prime Edge Snowboard. It has a flat profile, a lightweight yet strong core, and a medium flex that makes it versatile all-mountain machine that's fun to ride for everyone from beginners to seasoned veterans on tight budgets.
The Zero Camber profile is flat for a stable and forgiving feel that still retains much of the pop and edge hold as a cambered board, and biax fiberglass provides a buttery flex for getting loose on jibs. The lightweight Powercore core is made with poplar for its lightweight strength and snappy feel. An extruded base makes repairs easy, which is good because you're most likely going to be putting a lot of dents into this thing.
- Flat profile
- Twin shape
- Biax fiberglass
- Radial sidecut
- Powercore poplar core
- Hi-Def FH extruded base