The 2012 Nitro T1 Zero Snowboard has evolved into one of the most fun twins on the market because of its versatile shape, multiple sizes, forgiving flex and technology packed awesomeness. The 2012 model features Nitro s reflex core profile and zero camber: the combo of these two innovations gives the forgiving feel of a Gullwing (reverse camber) board, but the pop of a camber deck. With longer teeth an 100% thicker Rainkiller edge you’ve got yourself the 8th freestyle wonder of the world.
Zero Camber Combining the best of regular and negative camber, Zero camber boards are easy to maneuver while adding more snap and ollie pop. The result is a board with maximum versatility in more varied riding terrain.
Park Offers an ultra flexible board that can be tweaked any way you like form rails to butter tricks, yet it won’t wash out on you.
Radial Sidecut Smooth turns and control at any speed
Reflex Core Profile A thinner core profile between your feet improves torsional flex, handling and lets you steer your board throughout a turn with ease.
Powercore II A tip-to-tail poplar wood core with additional stringers of selected beech wood for unrivalled strength while smooth in response and insane snap
Bi-Lite Rider-trusted Bi-Light laminates are engineered for unrivaled strength, powerful style and refined board feel.
Speed Formula Base Fast, strong and low-maintenance, the material compound of high molecular weight PE and hyperglide wax additives used pushes you to go bigger than anybody else.
Railkiller More meat for more durability
Pop Band This strategically placed fiber reinforcement enhances your ollie pop power. Unlike other reinforcements, it maintains the board’s torsional flex and natural feel.
|Effective Edge (mm)||1170||1190||1210|
|Tip Width (mm)||304||306||308|
|Waist Width (mm)||262||264||266|
|Tail Width (mm)||304||306||308|
|Sidecut Radius (m)||7.9||8.2||8.5|
|Stance Setback (in)||0||0||0|
|Stance Setback (mm)||0||0||0|
|Stance Range (in)||21.3-26||21.3-26||21.3-26|
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Comments about Nitro T1 Zero Wide Snowboard 2012:
Perfect balance of flexibility and pop. The flat, zero-camber makes it easy to flex (especially in center of board) but is in no way flimsy like some reverse camber boards. I have a 153 wide and its VERY stable on turns and speeding downhill when not in the park. If you want ONE board for the season, this is an awesome choice