The Nitro Women's T1 Snowboard thrashes the park and your favorite urban rails.
It doesn't matter if you're riding switch or regular—the Nitro Women's T1 Snowboard has a true twintip and stomps the crap out of any trick in the park. The T1’s lightweight poplar core gets added pop from a fiberglass laminate and gives you powerful snappy turns when you're laying down lines on groomers. Nitro’s Twilight construction is specifically tuned for a balanced torsion-to-flex ratio that responds at high speeds, but still presses and bonks like a champ. Railkiller edges deliver more beef and increased durability, so you know the T1 can handle your abuse.
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I love this board! If you are looking for a board to challenge your skills and take you to the next level this is a great board to look into. It's a good starter for easing into the park, but it's also extremely fast and exact for carving down the mountain. My friends call the T1 my speedster board. I hope this helps anyone who is looking for input. Nitro has my vote any day!
My daughter is taking up snowboarding. ...
My daughter is taking up snowboarding. Is the Nitro T1 a good fit? She is fairly athletic, varsity sports in high school. I'm looking for a recreational board that will offer her a bit of a challenge.
This would be good as long as she stays away from the park. It's a freeride board so it's meant for speed, fresh powder, the backcountry, and flying down the mountain. As for the terrain park and half pipe, those aren't it's specialties. If you want something that does a litle bit of everything look for an "all mountain" board.
Ok T1's...let me tell you about T1's I still have my first T1 from 4 seasons ago. It still has camber in it when I lay it flat on the ground. I used it for 2 full seasons and throw it on every now and again. It has now moved to me early season board. What I love about this board is it is the same as the men's Just offered in a few smaller cm lengths and with a female driven graphic. Girls can shred just as hard as the boys. It is a bit stiffer than some noodly jib sticks out there. I am not a huge huge fan of super soft boards. They loose their verstaility for all mountain. This is fun and you will enjoy it anywhere on the mt. Won't get the speed whobbles like the noodle park boards. It does decent in powder, but hey...any park twin tip will only do so well unless it is banana technology or rocker.