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Nitro Banker Snowboard 2022

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  • Regular price $519.95


It´s time to clear your shelf because the Banker is engineered to bring home some serious bank slalom hardware. The team favorite Quiver Banker´s shape, sintered base, and responsive core will help you fly through banked turns with ease and power, making it the fastest board in the Quiver Series.

The Quiver Banker Snowboard hauls in and out of banked slaloms, groomers, and pow fields no matter what mountain range you find yourself racing in. For years Bryan and Tommy have wanted a board that will be their go-to turning and burning board, and this is what we have engineered - a board so powerful and fast you will need a strap for your hat. The Bankers Directional and Mid-Wide shape allow you to lay into turns like you do it for a living. The Trüe Camber and Sintered Speed Formula II Base will provide you with speed and power right out of the gates. If you are looking for an everyday all-mountain speed machine with a passion for ripping groomer turns or high speeds through the trees, then the Banker was designed to help you go faster than you have ever imagined!

CHARACTERISTICS

DIRECTIONAL / TRÜE CAMBER / MID-WIDE WIDTH / ALL-TERRAIN FLEX / PROGRESSIVE SIDECUT

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • POWERCORE II
  • REFLEX CORE PROFILE
  • BI-LITE LAMINATES
  • SINTERED SPEED FORMULA II BASE

RIDING STYLE

  • 90% BACKCOUNTRY
  • 100% ALL MOUNTAIN
  • 50% PARK

Trüe Camber is good old standard camber, which provides the stability, and pop many shreds can ́t live without. The amount of snap and support you get from a cambered board is unrivalled by any other camber design. Our Trüe Camber varies between board models because each board is specifically designed for a certain terrain or type of riding, for example the Trüe Camber in our Pantera has a larger height for maximum response, while the Trüe Camber in our freestyle boards are lower to provide you with a more freestyle friendly flex, without losing the support and trust you need for stomping landings. Camber is Camber there is no point in over complicating it!