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Nitro  Maker:  Nitro
 Category:  Snowboard
 Model:  T2
 Year:  2009

4.5 Stars Based based on
3 votes on 2012-12-14 16:13:57
Spec:
BOARD SHAPE: TWIN
NEW X POWER CORE: REINFORCED TIP-TO-TAIL WOODCORE FOR IMPROVED SNAP AND DURABILITY
BI-LITE CONSTRUCTION: BI-LITE FIBERGLASS FOR EFFORTLESS TURNS AND A FORGIVING FLEX
TRI-PROGESSIVE SIDECUT: THREE RADIUSES BLENDED TO ACCELERATE YOU THROUGH YOUR TURN TO SET UP FOR THAT NEXT TRICK
PROFILE TIP: TAPERED TO DISPERSE ENERGY AND REDUCE SWING WEIGHT
NEW RAILKILLER EDGE: MORE MEAT FOR MORE DURABILITY
NEW FX SMARTBASE 3.1: THE NEXT GENERATION OF OUR NANO-COMPOSITE HIGH PERFORMANCE BASE
SIZE: 159, 157, 155, 153, 151
Nitro T2, 2009
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