Freestyle specialist with an adventurous side.
The Nitro Sub Zero Snowboard is back, and this year it's equipped with a new profile for even more all-mountain freestyle dominance. It has a softer flex for smooth jibbing and effortless buttering in the park, but it's also capable of heading into the woods for surfy turns on a powder day.
The new Flatout Rocker profile is flat with early-rise tips to provide a stable, catch-free feel that floats easily in the deep stuff, yet can still hold an edge at high speeds and pop big ollies. 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's got 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.
- Flat profile with early-rise tip and tail
- Twin shape
- Medium-soft flex
- Powercore II with Whiplash core profile
- Dual degressive sidecut
- Bi-Lite laminates
- Speed Formula HD sintered base
- Railkiller edges
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I am looking for an all mountain/ park snowboard and was wondering if this was the one.
Heck yeah it is!!!!
The new Subzero is better than the last
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
The Hotwing camber on the past few Subzeros could be really "loose" feeling which some people like. However, the new 2015 Subzero has taken that loose feeling and made it a little more stable while remaining playful. This is mostly in part to the Flat Out Rocker camber. Flat between the feet and rockered towards the tip and tail, the Flat Out Camber allows you to press your board sky high, while giving you the stability to hit bigger jumps and rip at higher speeds. Couple that with the rail killer edges, which are twice as thick and twice as strong as a standard edge, and you have the perfect storm of a park board under your feet. I recommend this board for anyone that loves riding park and handrails.
SubZero Equals Overpar Performance
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
The new FlatOut Rocker on the Subzero give you the forgiveness to learn new tricks, while maintaing enough snap and response to get you out of trick situation and ollie higher than your friends. Great board from the first day to the ender shot of a professional video part.