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Nitro Ripper Snowboard

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Description: Nitro Ripper Snowboard

Forgiving and ultra-stable – the ultimate fun and progression-friendly kid´s board will help any ripper take the next step in progressing in and out of the park with ease. Designed to help young rippers start snowboarding and continue progressing until they can out ride their entire family. The Flat-Out Rocker will provide the perfect natural flex for any sized shredder looking to press, jump, carve, spin, and laugh all the way down ever run. This true twin-tip board is the board of choice for youngsters looking to ride like the older kids! Your snowboarding adventures start here!

Key Features of Nitro Ripper Snowboard
  • Shape: Twin
  • Rocker: Flatout
  • Width: Standard
  • Flex: Urban
  • Sidecut: Radial
  • Powercore
  • Bi-Lite Laminates
  • Premium Extruded FH Base
  • Backcountry: 40%
  • All Mountain: 100%
  • Park: 80%
  • Flex: 2/10

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Is this a hybrid board or a Flat board?
A shopper on Aug 19, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hello, The Nitro Ripper is going to be a hybrid style board, it is flat between the bindings with rocker in the tip and tail just outside of the bindings. Hope this helps.
Will chamonix Cornu snow bonding fit on these (boot size is 9)?
naik a on Aug 15, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the Chamonix Cornu binding is compatible with any snowboard using 2x4 / 4x4 mounting such as the Nitro Ripper.
My nephew is 145 pounds and wears snow board boots size 8.5 and medium bindings. Is this a good board for him? He is 14 yrs old.
A shopper on Dec 7, 2019
Can an adult woman ride this board? Women’s size 8 boots, women’s Burton large binding and 145lbs.
A shopper on Oct 17, 2019