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Kind of like adding guacamole to a tasty burrito.

Nitro upgraded their world-renowned Team Series Snowboard with Gullwing hybrid camber for a floaty, catch-free ride that won't crap out at speed. This all-mountain freestyle machine cuts down on catastrophic edge hangups without sacrificing pop or high-speed stability.
  • Gullwing Camber puts camber under your feet with a rocker tip/tail for a loose, surfy ride that still holds an edge
  • Dual Degressive sidecut puts mellower radii at contact points so you can spin off lips and ride away from landings without hooking your edge
  • Powercore uses tip-to-tail poplar for reliable, durable pop and board feel
  • Sintered Speed Formula base helps you avoid knuckling jumps and getting stuck in the flats
  • Bi-Lite fiberglass laminate delivers a forgiving yet stable flex
  • Profile Tip tapers the ends of the board for reduced swing weight and better float in powder

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is this board buttery or would it be a...

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is this board buttery or would it be a better choice to take Nitro Addict as an all-around?

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Even though the Addict and Team are both gullwing style boards, the slimmer yet stiffer Team Series will be your best bet for an all mountain board. I wouldn't even recommend the Addict for park riding over Nitro's other park shredders

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Gull-Wing is good times.

Reverse camber is neat. Feels loose/ squirrely/round when riding 'flat', ie not on your edge. Doesnt' quite give the bite in a hard carving turn my traditional camber Team Series had, but it sure does hold an edge and allow me to lean over or back as far as i want during my turns without slipping out from under me. Going up obstacles heel side and doing toe side slahes for the first time which says a lot to me about the balance and forgiveness the board is offering. Stable at high speeds, fast base. Overall I am pleased.

Vitals: 5'8" 155 lbs. on a 155cm board.