Nitro Slash 2017

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The Nitro Slash is the powder surfing prodigy you have been looking for. Forget everything you thought you knew about pow days, because once you strap into this board, you wont be turning back. It has a powder-specific shape, but still has enough tail for you to slash the groomers on the way back to the base. The slight reverse camber makes hard-pack riding a breeze, but still has maximum float for where it matters. Add a slightly set back stance and you are dreaming.

Key Features

Board Type: All-Mountain and POW!

Camber Type: Flat Out Rocker (We call it Reverse Camber)

This particular camber profile sits between zero camber and reverse camber, resulting in the most playful, stable, and forgiving ride possible. Flat between the feet with reverse lifted nose and tail. Great float and easy turning control.

Flex: 5/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

A versatile flex pattern with the perfect mix of smooth response and pop. Jib, jump and slash because the mountain is your playground.

Shape: Directional

This baby is designed to go exactly the way your body wants it to. Forwards. With a wider nose than tail, you will be floating through powder with so much ease, you wont even have to try. 

Progressive Sidecut: Accelerate out of turns catch-free with a wider tip than tail radius.


PowerLite Core: Highest grade of tip to tail Poplar wood for super pop and and unmatched strength to weight ratio.
Reflex Core Profile: A thinner core profile between the feet improves board control, flex and turning mobility. 

Base: Sintered Speed Formula HD Base

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

Additional Features:

Bi-Lite Laminate: Engineered to last.


Board Lengths: 151cm, 157cm, 161cm

Stance Set Back: 25mm

Waist Width:

(151cm) 243m
(157cm) 257m
(161cm) 261m

RecommendedRider Weight:

(151cm) 50kg+
(157cm) 65-85kg
(161cm) 70kg+

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