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Toe drag should be the last thing on your mind when you're trying to sack up for a new trick.

The Nitro T1 Wide Snowboard helps big-footed park shredders get rad without dragging their oversized boots in the snow. The zero-camber shape and mellow flex help you lock in your presses with style, while still popping off the lip hard enough to clear the big-boy tables in the park.
  • Zero Camber profile reduces edge hang-ups to help you stomp more tricks without sacrificing pop off of jumps
  • Mega-beefy Railkiller Edges resist dings, cracks, and blowouts
  • Bi-Lite laminate uses bi-axial fiberglass for a soft, pressable flex
  • Pop Band uses strategically placed fiberglass for increased snap without adding torsional flex
  • Reflex Profile uses a thinned-down core for a forgiving flex and tons of board feel

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5 5

The best!!

I had burton clash and this board make the riding totally difrent!! i bcome alot beter!! dont buy it! I want to be the only one with it!! :)

The best!!

Would you recommend this or the K2 WWW ?...

Would you recommend this or the K2 WWW ? I heard the WWW is way too soft and I want a board that won't washout on landings and will hold up on jibs and also hold up groomers? THANKS!

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im deff sayin this board will hold up better on kickers compared to the k2 www

Im 6'1 and I have size 12 boots. I ride...

Im 6'1 and I have size 12 boots. I ride park most of the time and sometimes on groomers. Would this board be good for rails and kickers? Would I get toe drag if I get the 158w?

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No you wouldn't get any toe drag with the 158w depending on how you set your bindings. if you keep them centered you will be fine. and a 158 is a perfect size for you if your mostly into park. I ride a 158w and by the sounds of it I'm the same size as you and from personal experience the 158 gives me the perfect clearance while busting those quick 270s out of the rail, however its just long enough for powder when I stray into the bowls. I manage to stay on top without too much effort. So yea this board would be perfect for your riding style.

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I been doing research and think i want this board or forum youngblood chillydog. both on goodwood2011 and 400 is about my range. I wear 12 boots so a wide is almost a must. Shed some light on which is better? I love jibbing but also love kickers and pow and would like a forgiving board. Any other reccomendations would be awesome!


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The T1 is the JAM! I have ridden the youngblood and the T1. I like the shape of the t1 better and the zero camber as opposed to traditional or reverse. Its the best of both worlds especially if you are jibbing and jumping. You wont get the wash outs of a reverse camber board on jumps and its easier to press on rails than regular camber.

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Awesome board for the price!

This board is so so so poppy but also still really forgiving. The zero camber is a perfect compromise between the hang ups of regular camber and the wash out of reverse camber.The rail killer edges are insane too. They are 250% bigger than normal edges so they make the board way more durable, and you can fix your edges really easily.