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No lift lines, no skiiers, no patrol… just the Nitro Swindle, your newest urban target, and the occasional donut-stuffer.

When the resort bans you for hustling on the lift, break out the Nitro Swindle Snowboard. This urban jibber features meaty Railkiller edges for years of grinding. Nitro's bombproof double-layer Scratch & Rip FH base allows you to shred through the first base layer with the reassuring protection of a second layer underneath! Think of a soft taco with two tortillas. Normally, you'd be nervous with just one base layer protecting your filling, but with two, you know you're solid and can take the time to maul a spicy kink. Nitro's X Powercore makes sure this twintip jibstick snaps off stairs and over fences like a fat kid off a diving board.

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5 5

Great Jib Stick

When I originally got the board, I was looking for something for take everywhere, especially every feature in the park. This board rips hard over groomers and gives you the stability you need on rails. However, it didn't quite have the flex I was looking for and is a bit stiffer than more park boards. In landing tail heavy off a table top, the board didn't give as much as I hoped and my tail snapped. Still giving this board 5 stars because it's incredible on rails and is a sweet ride. My fault for taking such a short, stiff board off a large booter. Would definitely get this board if I was focused more on rails and street hits.

Is this board good for powder and the rest...

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Is this board good for powder and the rest of the mountain too?

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This is a directional twin board. Here's the break Down:

Directional boards are designed to go in one direction, therefore the have a slightly skinnier tail then the do nose. Also, the core of the board is designed to go in one direction

Twin tip boards are perfectly mirrored... equal width at the tip and tail. these are designed to go in both directions, and are optimized with a centered stance.

Directional twin boards, such as this one, have equal tips and tails, but have the core of a directional board, and your stance will be set towards the tail a little more. this means that you can mount your bindings towards the rear of the board for cruising powder, and still ride switch in the park.

This type of board is great if you like to ride the whole mountain, powder, all of the above...but if you find your self stomping floaty back ones to switch...you can ride out clean :)

Hope this helped
CT

5 5

AWSOME BOARD

This is the coolist board evr i hope my mom lets me get it so i can acually snow board this year! I LOVE IT! This board ROCKS!!!!!!

im 5'5 and way 155 what would be the best...

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im 5'5 and way 155 what would be the best bored for me?

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over three years since your question, but I hope this helps anyone specifically looking into the Nitro Swindle. I'm 5' 10" and weight 160lbs and rode a 152cm Nitro Swindle. It's a little stiff, the board was certainly small for my height and weight. It snapped when landing tail heavy. Keep that in mind when looking at boards with less flex...don't go too small. However, I currently own a Rome Artifact 153cm and it's rocker design gives me the flex I need when I land tail heavy, plus I can still have a short board that's easy to control. Hopefully this info helps someone...

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im 5'5 and way 155 what would be the best...

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im 5'5 and way 155 what would be the best bored for me?

i am 6'2"ish and 155-160 should i go with...

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i am 6'2"ish and 155-160 should i go with the 152 or 155 i am getting it as a mostly as jib stick and take it on some 20-35 foot jumps.

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155cm. If you are going to be hitting jumps you will want the little bit of extra length for stability.

I want a REALLY flexible board is this the...

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I want a REALLY flexible board is this the board i should get?

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Dude honestly the DC MLF Core is the most buttery board i've ever ridden it was like riding on a strand of spaghetti except at the same time gave me all the support i could ask for, i instantly fell in love with this board on use

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Burton dominant is also very very soft, famously so

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dc mlf is supose to be a slightly stiffer park board geared more torwards jumps than jibs they use the pbj for that. the swindle is a sweet flexy jib board. not as soft as a artifact or www but thats good cause noodly soft isnt always the best

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It's soft for Nitro standards, but if you want soft soft, get an artifact 1985, www rocker, forum manual, ride crush or DH, or technine jib. The board is durable though, i will give it that. Whatever you do DON'T BUY BURTON, FOR ANYTHING, EVER.... except maybe the 420 kit

hello , im 4"9 and 95 lbs is the 145...

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hello , im 4"9 and 95 lbs is the 145 okay for me? im looking for a board to help me progress in the terrain park .

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yeah that should be fine. if you could find a little smaller than i would but a 145 would be fine for you on jibs and park jumps

5 5

Sick Swindle

I bought the swindle jon kooley...152 with a different graphic. The board is great for my size and weight (145lb), and even though it is listed as a street board, It performs just as well in the park on jumps. If you want to use it as an all around park board then do it. This board has great edge hold, great pop, and a good flex for all aspects of the park. If you are looking for a jib stick, then make sure you go the smallest you can. otherwise, it is a great choice.

5 5

Sick

This board doesn't look half as cool online as it does in person. Not only does it look sick, its got a great amount of flex. Its amazing on rails, and good on jumps too. Good luck wearing down those thick rail killer edge, and show your skills off with the scratch and rip base. Couldn't have asked for a better board

5 5

Escroc

If you like Park and rail you will like Swindle. The Swindle is a very good board for free styler. She is tolerant with a good pop, she is perfect for me who do just park. I test this board and a guys tell me that she have a rail killer edge. It's an edge more deep and so the board is more strong.

5 5

NEW!!!

for those of you looking for the newest, here it is....this board is awesome.....a soft board that acts like a skate deck when you scratch it.....the base has two layers of base material so each layer gets its own color...when you scratch the board on cheese grater steps or on the street, it shows the battle wounds by leaving the scratches a different color....and when you fill it with clear material you will see the scars for the life of the board....a twin shape and a radial side cut make this a real skate like feeling board on the snow.....and as the above comment mentioned it has what they call a rail killer edge, its a super thick edge to go to battle with on the street.....with a two year warranty you wont regret this board.....

5 5

Best jib deck

At camp this was my favorite jib board of the session. It has the perfect flex, in between a Kink and Artifact. I always thought Nitro had stiff boards, not any more. I loved this board for jibbing and smaller jumps like 20ft. The base is so sick, when you hit something it gets scratched through with color, just like your skate deck. It also has the thickest edges I've ever seen on a board. Great pop, nice and soft such a sick deck, love it.