Nitro's Victoria boasts a full camber profile and is built for babes that seek a solid, stiff, reliable ride. Though this deck has been in Nitro's line for a while, it's finally earning a GW badge as testers liked its all-mountain adaptability. "Definitely a beefier board, not for the fainthearted— you'll need to know how to hold your own with this one," a tester surmised, surely. "This is for the ripping-est of riders, you need to have some power behind you to love this one, but damn; it had good snap and was surprisingly easy to spin." The slightly directional shape has twin widths in the nose and tail, so it rides switch like a boss, and the nose is still scoopy enough to float through pow. Testers oozed about the stability and dependability of this deck, especially when sending it through steep lines and hardpack. As the only fully cambered deck to make this list, testers couldn't get enough of its stability, crisp snap especially when sending side hits. They also commented on its dynamic edge control, and simply couldn't get enough of the Victoria.
Camber: Traditional (this is for straight up, regular positive camber)
(Flex is not standardized and differs by brand. The rating here is the best estimate of the board's flex.)