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Nitro Team Exposure Snowboard


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Description: Nitro Team Exposure Snowboard

Last season the entire Nitro family embarked on a lifetime snowboard adventure up to the Lofoten Island range well above the Arctic Circle where the mountains literally meet the ocean on all sides, and we experienced the true beauty of snowboarding through good times and incredible terrain. The new Team Exposure series is dedicated to the message, “Run To The Hills”, and through Markus Rohrbacher´s images you can experience the beauty that we enjoyed on our snowboards during our trip to Lofoten everyday no matter where on planet earth you are. Hopefully when you look at the board on the shop wall, in your room, or outside the resort cafe it will inspire you to Run To The Hills and do something worth remembering!

The Team Exposure has been an iconic snowboard in our line for years with its inspirational imagery, continuous innovation, flex perfection and reliable all-mountain ride. Our TRÜE Camber offers the perfect amount of standard camber for riding with full confidence, while the Reflex Core Profile maintains a playful and yet responsive flex. If you are looking to stay motivated by the way your snowboard rides and by the images below your feet and are the type of rider who likes to rip the entire mountain from the park, halfpipe, to the steepest of lines than choose the versatility of the TEAM Exposure snowboard. Run To The Hills!

Key Features of Nitro Team Exposure Snowboard:
  • Shape: Directional Twin
  • Camber: True
  • Width: Standard
  • Flex: All Terrain
  • Sidecut: Dual Degressive
  • Reflex Core Profile
  • Sintered Speed Formula HD Base
  • Bi-Lite Laminate
  • Powerlite Core
  • All Mountain: 10/10
  • Backcountry: 8/10
  • Park: 8/10
  • Flex: 7/10
Length (cm) 152 155 157 159 162
Running Length (cm) 114 116 117 118 121
Tip Width (cm) 28.9 29.1 29.3 29.5 29.5
Tail Width (cm) 28.9 29.1 29.3 29.5 29.5
Waist Width (cm) 24.6 24.8 25 25.2 25.4
Sidecut (m) 10.7/6.8/10.7 11.0/7.2/11.0 11.3/7.3/11.3 11.7/7.3/11.7 12.8/8.1/12.8

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I am 6’ about 180lbs with a size 10 boot. Would this 162 be a good fit or too big for me out in Colorado? Also do some park riding.
A shopper on Nov 27, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Yeah for sure, IF you are only looking for a park board you might want something smaller but as an all mountain ride the 162 would be fine
My son is 6’1. 160 pounds. Size 11 boot What size board should I get?
Toni B on Nov 21, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I would do the 159 just to give him a little more stability for his height.
I am looking to purchase a board for my son for Christmas. He is 6'2", 190 lbs. He boards 6-12 x per year. Would this board be a good fit? Can you attach the bindings as well?
Debbie V on Nov 20, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Sounds like this would be a great option. It is a good option for a board he can ride anywhere on the mountain. I would do the 162 size for his height. AS for the bindings we cannot put them on before shipping. If you are in the St. Paul MN area we can definitely get it mounted if you come by the store. If not they are not too hard to put on and your local shop can help with that.
Used to board when I was younger, looking to get back into it. I'm currently 6'0 and 235 for weight (boot size 12). Would anything above 160cm and wide work for me?
Brice H on Nov 8, 2020
BEST ANSWER: YEah for sure, i would check out the 162 in this board. Great all mountain board but not to crazy aggressive. Good board to get back into riding but wont feel "Dead" under your feet once you got your snowboard legs back.
im 5'9 175lbs size 10 boot what size should i get for nitro team exposure?
taylor h on Oct 7, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I would go with the 155 but unfortunately we are sold out of that size in THIS graphic. We do have the new version here ->