Nitro Cannon 2020

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Description

The Nitro Quiver Cannon snowboard is the silver screen (instagram) superstar of the Quiver range. Featuring a swallowtail shape and coming in HUGE sizes, you'd think that this board is made for powder and powder only. Well my friend, you'd be wrong, because as Nitro team rider Sam Taxwood has shown, this board can ride absolutely everything from park to powder to pipe (as long as you can handle it). We don't recommend riding the Cannon switch into a 60ft jump like a pro rider, but we do recommend the cannon for turning, burning, and riding faster than you ever have before.


Key Features

Board Type: Powder

Camber Type: Cam-Out Camber

Cam-Out camber is basically positive camber with earlier and smoother transition zones in the tip and tail. This gives the board a lower rise in the centre, resulting in a fun and responsive ride with easier turn initiation and more forgiveness, giving you the benefits of camber without the aggression.

Flex: 7/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

This is Nitro's most versatile all-terrain flex pattern, combining great pop and smooth response.

Shape: Tapered Swallowtail

The Directional and tapered shape help to keep the to keep the nose up, the tail down, which keeps you floating in deep snow and makes turns smooth and easy on groomed runs.

Core: PowerCore ll

A performance driven core with tip to tail Poplar wood and additional Beech Wood stringers. The result: Unmatched strength, smooth response, and a tonne of snap.

Base: Sintered Speed Formula HD Base

A new base material compound that is fast, absorbent and super resistant to abrasions.

Additional Features:

Bi-Lite Laminate - Engineered for strength, style, and refined board-feel

Progressive Sidecut - A larger radius sidecut in the nose that blends into a tighter radius in the tail, keeping your turns fast and catch-free.

Length (cm) Waist (mm) Nose / Tail Width (cm) Sidecut (m) Max Stance (cm) Weight Range (kg)
173 255 300 / 292 7.7 / 6.9 64 70+
203 255 310 / 302 9.7 / 8.9 64 75+

  • Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
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