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You're a hustla, baby.

Nitro designed the Swindle Snowboard for rail rats who prefer wallrides or double-kinks to shredding powder. The super-beefy edges and soft flex mean you'll spend more time dialing in new combos and less time fixing your blown-out sidewalls.
  • Zero-camber shape reduces edge hangups without sacrificing ollie power
  • Railkiller edges add 100% more material to help prevent impact damage
  • Double-layer Scratch & Rip FH Base wears in like your skate deck and protects against coreshots
  • Reflex Profile uses a thinned-down core for improved board feel and soft flex
  • Extended running length means you can size down and still stay in control

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Which board is better, the K2 Vandal or...

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Which board is better, the K2 Vandal or this board, the nitro swindle?

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It really depends what you're into...based on your other post it sounds like you want a rail specific board...Both this and the Vandal are jib/park specific but I personally would lean towards the K2 as they have just been killing it lately.

im looking to get one of these boards. im...

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im looking to get one of these boards. im trying to decide between the 148 & 145. Im 5'8" & 140lbs. any recommendations?

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Im more into rails than jumps but i still...

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Im more into rails than jumps but i still love hittin some jumps, which board is better for my ridin style, the swindle or the t1?

i ride a 150 artifact now and its pretty...

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i ride a 150 artifact now and its pretty beat up now and im gnna need a board for next year and i was thinkin about getting the swindle. I dont know if i shoudl go down to a 148 or 152. I was thinkin more 148 because im more into rails but still not sure how this board rides. Any suggestions?

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I'd go with the 148 if you like a really soft board because this is a little stiffer then the artifact so the 148 would have around the same flex as a 150 artifact...... hoped that helped

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I would almost have to dissagree. depending on your age most likly, if you think you gonna gain a couple of pounds, then maybe going down isent a good think, just from my exspeance, i out grew my 148 and went to a 152 like it was nothing, just my 10 cents, hope it helps

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Park Slayer

This board is super fun to ride. It does handle well at high speeds. It is a bit stiffer so it can handle bigger jumps but it's still soft enough to get some nasty presses in. The flat camber is sick for rails and the Railkiller edges are bomb proof. They're almost twice as thick as traditional rails. You kinda have to muscle this guy around if you want it to handle well outside of the park but it is a super fun ride.

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fun solid ride

feels so solid even at the highest of speed, mobbing around the mountain and jibbing off of everything feels great on this board. Not the toughest base, put a nice scratch in the base going over a rock. but the rail system is bomber. Great jib board and a little bit stiffer yet it still butters!

how's the pop on this sucker, i've seen...

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how's the pop on this sucker, i've seen in a few reviews that it feels pretty dead.

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flat or zero cambered boards will have a little bit of a dead feel to them for those riders used to traditional camber. The biggest benefit of the zero camber is the catch free feel which is killer for park riding. The pop is decent at best.

how is this board with jumps? How big of...

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how is this board with jumps? How big of a gap can it handle? Im looking to get it at a 142

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Hey Mark. How big are you? a 142 is going to be pretty small to be stable on big jumps unless you are a small dude. I ride this board for all around park and don't hit huge jumps, probably 45' at the most and its fine. If you are trying to get buck on some really big jumps check out the rook or the team. If you want a really solid all around park board this would be a good call.

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yea im a small dude, 5'5 110lbs...i prob wont be hitting any 45' jumps, but all around park board sounds good.

Get buck like these dudes.

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This doesn't have anything to do with snowboarding...or this board really but its sick.

I am 5'6, 125 pds, and am look for a softer...

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I am 5'6, 125 pds, and am look for a softer flexin park board that I can still ride around the mountain. should i get the 145 or 148

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id go 145 for sure if you want a soft board u could even get a 142 if you want a really soft board but of the two 145 for sure

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Great Park Board

The choice of the Nitro pro team for all around park. This board is stiff enough to hit jumps, but still soft enough get press well on rails. This makes it more forgiving and easier to manuever. Also the rail killer edge on this board allows you to really grind down these edges and then fix them if the get dinged up of spurred. It also makes your board more durable as well.