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Nitro  Maker:  Nitro
 Category:  Snowboard
 Model:  T1
 Year:  2011

3.5 Stars on 2010-08-21 02:14:27
Spec:
Shape: Twin
Camber: Zero
Flex: Park
Width: Standard-Width
Bi-Lite Laminates
Pop Band
Power Core II
Profile Tip
Radial Sidecut
Railkiller Edge
Reflex Core Profile
Speed Formula Base
Available Sizes: 149, 153, 156, 159
Nitro T1, 2011
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DESCRIPTION:
The T1 has evolved into one of the most fun twins on the market, because of its versatile shape, multiple sizes, standard and wide widths and forgiving flex. On top of all of that we have made great even better by adding our Reflex Core Profile and Zero camber. The combo of these two innovations gives the forgiving feel of a Gullwing board, but the pop of a camber deck. The T1 is easy to manipulate at slow speed for tech tricks, but it still has tons of control for when youíre pointing it. Another bang for your buck is the Railkiller edge that is 100% thicker and with longer teeth to combat the harsh impact on all types of rails. The T1 has proven itself once again this season by winning in numerous readersí choice board tests, so go get some!
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