Nitro Quiver Pow 2018

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The 2018 Nitro Quiver Pow is a seriously good time waiting to happen. This board is in high demand and everyone that has set foot on one wants nothing else to ride when the snow gets deep, and even when it doesn't, it still carves and handles like a dream all over the mountain. The supreme snap and response of traditional camber combined with the tapered swallowtail shape give you effortless float and control in powder, and the smaller size makes the Pow nice and agile to let you zip through the trees with more confidence and speed while still keeping that loose surfy feeling that powder riding is all about.

Key Features

Board Type: Powder

Camber Type: True Camber

The original camber type, unmatched for strong snap and powerful response. Each True Camber board in the Nitro range has it's own special tweak to suit its intended terrain type, keeping the camber shape with a more specialised ride.

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

A very directional shape along with an exaggerated nose and swallowtail to keep the nose up, the tail down, and keep you upright instead of nosediving.

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.


Board Lengths: 154cm

Stance Set Back: -20mm

Waist Width:

(154cm) 280mm

RecommendedRider Weight:

(154cm) 50kg+

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