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Nitro made the Wide T1 Snowboard with a soft, forgiving flex so you and your size 14’scan ride the rails to your heart’s content. The Rail Killer edge takes the bite out of your hard impacts, the profile tip disperses energy and reduces swing weight, and the X PowerCore provides the snap you need for your ollies and jibs.
  • X Powercore gives you tip-to-tail woodcore for more snap and durability
  • Bi-Lite laminate uses biaxial fiberglass for easier turn initiation and a forgiving flex
  • Radial sidecut smooths out your turns and gives you more control at any speed
  • Profile tip is tapered to disperse energy and reduce swing weight
  • Railkiller edge uses extra material to add durability
  • Hi-Def FH base provides durability and speed

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Im riding the Rome Agent 07 and i wear a...

Im riding the Rome Agent 07 and i wear a size 11 boot im think about getting the T1 152 wide but im not sure if i should get a wide or not?

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Well im thinkin you will be right on the edge of dragging if you go for a non-wide. The waist is around 246-250mm for the reg T1. So, you have a few options... Make your binding as small as it can go without feeling sketchy or not fitting your boot. Just getting the wide version. Or trying to see if a smaller boot will fit and be comfortable bec some of my friends have sized down 2 full sizes from their skate shoes to boot. But if you are a solid 11 then I would just say to get the wide. It might feel a little heavier and kinda wierd to bring it around, but its nothing that you cant get used to. I have a size 12 boot and am forced to ride a wide deck(I ride a Rome Machine 154w)

i was thinking about getting this board...

i was thinking about getting this board in a 52w and i was wondering if i would really be to heavy for it. i mainly jib and hit a few small to arguable mid-sized jumps (my hill dosent build much =/ ) i weigh around 160- 165lbs or 73kg

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Nope not at all yo. Im 170-175lbs and I ride a 154w. So you should be good to go on the 152

should a size 10 ride the wide T1 or The...

should a size 10 ride the wide T1 or The normal one because i feel like size 10 is like border-line big

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I am a size 10 and I rode the non-wide board for two years (awesome board)without any toe/heel overhang- you're all good. I think size 11 is actually more of the grey area on whether to go wide or not.

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wide park ride

the T1 board is the most widely known and favorite board to many riders out there but its also a little narrow for the above average size foot out there..... so all of you out there that i just described that cant find that one perfect board cause its always too narrow, well today is your day... here is the T1 wide.... this board comes with a rail killer edge which is very hard to destroy and a zero camber... this is an awesome way to build a board... zero camber means that the board has about a one millimeter camber to it... that is very low... this gives the feel of a flat riding, broken in board, but still very lively when you load it up on take offs.... this board is the perfect board for all you park riders that love a backcountry kicker every other day..... a full twin with a little longer nose and tail to float better in the deep stuff... now you know why so many of the team riders for Nitro love this board... it does all of the freestyle terrain that you can throw at it..

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The Team Favorite for Big Feet

The T1 is a team favorite and is the first board everyone asks me about. This year we updated the 2009 TWS Good Wood winner by adding a softer Park Flex and our flat Zero Camber. Zero Camber is quickly becoming my favorite riding camber story in our line. The Zero Camber on the T1 is confidence inspiring and predictable. It is catch free without the unstable and lethargic feeling of many companies Rocker.

The T1 is at home anywhere in the Park but can handle the occasional tree run or BC line. The T1 is loaded with Rail Killer edges, the thickest most durable edge in the industry as well as our fast as $%!! FH base that ensures if you don’t clear a jump it’s your fault you speed checked.

Dollar for dollar the T1 will out perform boards that cost a couple hundred bucks more. Give the new 2010 T1 a ride and you’ll see why it’s Knut’s favorite board. If you want a board that can take abuse day after day and still leave a simile on your face at the end of the season the T1 is the way to go. Check out the below link to see Knut killing everything in sight on the T1.

http://www.knuteliassen.com/2009/06/video-from-nitro-super-session.html