The Absolute Guide to Nitro Snowboard Camber Profiles
Here you will find technical explanations and diagrams of the different camber profiles offered by Nitro snowboards enabling you to understand the different features and benefits so you can pick a board perfect for your style of riding.
The Nitro Gullwing Rocker camber has reverse camber between the bindings and positive camber from the bindings to the contact points. This gives the board a really playful feeling whilst also providing stability and great edge hold when its needed.
The Nitro Pro Camber Profile has a traditional positive camber profile from nose to tail. A tried and tested profile that kills all over the mountain notorious for its pop happy profile.
The Nitro Zero camber profile has a flat base from nose to tail. Great for all mountain riding from the powder to the park this type of camber excels in all terrains.
Flat Out Rocker
The Nitro Flat Out camber profile is flat between the feet with a raised nose and tail. This provides excellent float and a catch free ride in all terrains.
The Nitro Roofchop Camber profile has a low positive camber with a flat section in the middle. This design provides huge amounts of pop and even edge pressure without any bite.
The Nitro Cam-Out camber profile has positive camber between the feet to just outside the bindings with rocker in the nose and tail. This gives plenty of pop and stability whilst also providing playfulness.
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