Nitro Rook Good Wood 2013

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Nitro Rook

Your chariot de shred. The Rook is built with a flat camber profile that’s easy to press, float, pop, and still hold an edge when you have to dig in. Those edges are also 50 percent thicker than the standard, so they can take hits without cracking. New this year is thinner core profiling between the feet for better board feel and flex, and thicker zones outside the feet for ollie and landing power. Another additive for 2013 is a tip-to-tail slab of fiberglass for added pop.

Price: $500

Category: All-mountain

Sizes: 152, 154, 156, 158

Tester Feedback: “Super fun all-around board. I like the flat camber, it’s the best of camber and reverse camber; stable yet forgiving.”

NITRO-ROOK Good Wood Snowboard Review 2012 2013

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