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So long, suckas!!!

As you post-hole up a hill in an underground snow cave with sociopathic clowns in hot pursuit, you notice the Nitro Swindle Snowboard next to a pile of snowblades. With beefed-up Railkiller edges and a super-durable Scratch & Rip base, this thing’s designed for serious street slaughtering, but in a pinch you can also use it to escape from maniacal clowns. This cave’s got a decent slope—you quickly strap in and point it. In the distance, you hear screams of frustration as the clowns realize their comically-oversized shoes won’t fit into snowblade bindings.

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Unanswered Question

hey
would this board be stable on 40-55...

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hey
would this board be stable on 40-55 foot booters
im 115lbs
5'11"
so what size
and will it be good for jumps

Where does the color selection for this...

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Where does the color selection for this board happen in the ordering process?

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For these, colors are sorted by size and will match the photos posted above.

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So stoked

I'm 6'0, 145lbs, and size 11 boot and I got the 152 and it fits perfect. Seemed extremely buttery when I put my bindings on it in my living room. Can't wait to try it out.

why is it only 10% off .... GO TO SEIRRA...

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why is it only 10% off .... GO TO SEIRRA SNOWBOARD

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what if you need a 145 or 148 which is out of stock on sierrasnowboard?? dogfunk has been great to me so i think i'll continue shopping here

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i got a gift card here and there prices kinda suck no offense. customer service cant be beat though

im 160 5 foot 8 i jib so i think i am going...

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im 160 5 foot 8 i jib so i think i am going to get the 148 any objections?

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If you are using mainly as a jib board it will be a lot of fun. Might seem a little small if you are doing any jumps over like a 30 ft. table. Still manageable.

mint

mint

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I am 5'11" and weigh 150, and am riding a 152. I would have gotten a 148 but I ride jumps, and hit up the pow when able to, and most likely couldn't do all of this with such a small board. Seeing how I have trouble riding powder with the 152. This board is very flexy, and rides great. It has a scratch and rip base witch looks cool. I would deffinitaly recomend this board to any jibber or park ridder.

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Nitro Swindle Snowboard

This board was soooo soft when I took it out for a demo - probably not the best choice unless you have a full quiver and want this for a very specific duty. However, I loved the graphics and it still did fine riding the mountain (which is all I do) at Snowbird on an icy day.

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So I'm 6'0 with size 11 boots. Would a 152...

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So I'm 6'0 with size 11 boots. Would a 152 be ok width wise or should I move up to the 155? I want a short board so its easier to do spins and rails. Also, Would this board be too soft to go with some Rome 390's?

5 5

boing!!!

oh man is this board poppy. for a softer board this thing has mega pop.

does this board run narrow. what is te...

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does this board run narrow. what is te waist width for the 155

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The waist on the 155cm is 25.2cm This isn't narrow, it's actually a good sized waist width for stomping your tricks.

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Burt, the waist width on the 155 is 25.2, pretty much in the mid wide category. The 25.2 waist width paird with a smooth radial sidecut make for a very predictable and stable ride.

How is it on park booters?

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How is it on park booters?

How is it on park booters?
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The Swindle has our Urban Flex which is the softest flex in the line and is the same flex found on the Sub Zero. Unlike the Sub Zero that has our Gullwing Camber the Swindle has our all new flat Zero Camber that helps to make it very stable and predictable. The Swindle is at home hitting medium size jumps but if you’re looking to hit larger jumps in or out of the park you may want to step up to the T1. All in all you can’t buy a better board for the cash than the Swindle so if progressing on rails, mid size jumps and park riding is what you’re into the Swindle is a perfect fit.

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Any time, any where

The 2010 TWS Good Wood winner, the Swindle, is probably the best value we at Nitro offer. For fewer than 4 bills you get a board that will put more expensive boards to shame. If you’re looking at the DH, Darkstar, Twin, Graft or any other twin park deck in the $450 price range make sure you look at the Swindle first.

For 2010 we updated the Swindle with a softer Street Flex, perfect for pressing anything in sight as well as added our flat Zero Camber for a catch free and predictable smooth ride. These new construction features join the already impressive fast as 4#!! Scratch and Rip FH base and the thickest edge on the market, the Rail Killer Edge.

The Swindle is Jon Kooley’s board of choice and the basis for his Pro One Off. Kooley rides the Swindle everywhere from SLC rails to Alaska wedges. The Swindle will definitely help take your riding to the next level and will look good doing it.

Like you the Swindle is unique. After taking all the damage you can dish out no two Swindle boards will look the same. Thanks to our Scratch and Rip FH base you can show your scars with our double layer base that lets a pop color bleed through the scratches you make from hitting rails, stairs, rocks and stumps. Show us your scars and your personality with the Swindle.

Any time, any where
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so is this sort of like flat camber or reg camber thats like almost flat?

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im guess this board handles pretty well in park junction of the mountain
but how does it handle outside of the park of the mountain is it stable enough?

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rail to kicker stick

the swindle is back... this board is awesome... with a scratch and rip base and rail killer edges this board can definately take a beating... the base scratches through to another color and the rail is super thick to take any beating you can give it... new to this board for this season is its flex... the flex in this board is called a zero camber... its super buttery yet can snap better than the old swindle... it allows a more broken in feel to it and gives it more playfulness.... if you havent been out on this board, its the most fun you will ever have on a twin.... not to mention the price!!!! perfect....