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Nitro Team Gullwing Wide 2011/2012 snowboard

Gender/Age: MensPurpose: All mountainShape: Twin-directionalBend: MixedBase material: SinteredConvex: NoFlex in collection: soft ○○○○ stiff Original flex index: 3
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Nitro Team Gullwing Wide 2011/2012 165 snowboard Nitro Team Gullwing Wide 2011/2012 162 snowboard Nitro Team Gullwing Wide 2011/2012 159 snowboard Nitro Team Gullwing Wide 2011/2012 157 snowboard

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waist: 272 mm

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waist: 270 mm

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waist: 266 mm

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waist: 264 mm

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Manufacturer's description

Manufacturer's description

The Team series is the foundation of the Nitro board line. The goal was to build a lightweight, all around freestyle board at reasonable cost, but to make sure it will out-perform anything else on the market. The Powercore gives the board great snap for ollies and stability for choppy landings. The Dual Degressive sidecut makes it easy to spin off jumps and prevents hooking in landings. It has a directional shape that comes in both standard and wide. New for this season is the Sintered Speed Formula base, to make sure you're not going to get caught if you're ducking ropes.

Measurements and parameters

Measurements and parameters

Size, cm 165 162 159 157
Length, mm 1650 1610 1590 1570
Running length, mm 1260 1230 1200 1190
Nose width, mm 312 310 308 306
Waist width, mm 272 270 266 264
Tail width, mm 312 310 308 306
Sidecut radius, mm 12400, 8800 12800, 8100 11700, 7300 11300, 7300
Stance width, mm 520-640 520-640 520-640 520-640
Setback, mm 15 15 15 15
Rider's weight, kg 75- 70- 65-85 60-80
This snowboard model in other seasons collections

This snowboard model in other seasons collections

2011/2012 2009/2010
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