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- New Whiplash profiling makes the core thinner between your feet and thicker outside the inserts for maximum ollie power
- Zero-camber flat shape is more forgiving than full-on camber, with extra pop and edge grip compared to rocker boards
- Bi-Lite fiberglass laminate for a mellow, forgiving flex and easy turn initiation
- Powercore II uses tip-to-tail poplar wood for strength and pop
- Railkiller edges are thicker than normal to resist damage from rails, boxes, and rocks
- Radial sidecut for smooth, predictable turns at any speed
- Street Flex is soft and buttery for easy presses, locked-in slides, and catch-free landings
- Hi-Def FH base for reliable speed, easy repairs, and crystal-clear base graphics
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This board ROCKS! The Spell has made me fall in love. I have never rode any Nitro boards, and I am between the size available in this board (I normally ride a 149 or 150), so I got the 151 and it's perfect. Still could use a cm shorter, but I just made my stance a tad wider and it's all good. This board RIPS through powder and down groomed runs, and is awesome on rails, and the Zero camber gives it crazy pop for kickers and jumps. The flex is just about perfect, but it's not as soft as it sounds. (I've had softer), which makes it good for rails and jumps. It's an all-in-one board for girls who like to ride park and all mountain (living in Utah, you have to do both).
The Nitro 2013 Spell Review
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