Nitro Snowboards 2008-2009

09 Feb, 2008

Update 5/5/08: Updated the images with catalog photos and descriptions.

I checked out Nitro at SIA but didn’t get any pictures cause I talked with the guys (Ryan and Seth). My first snowboard was a Nitro, somehow I’ve been neglecting the boards for the past couple years so I was definitely stoked to see the new line-up of boards and Raiden bindings.

So at on-snow I made sure to get some photos of Nitro snowboards. I also was able to ride the Nitro Wiig and the Raiden Eris bindings…both of which I’ll post up a review on.

I rode the 08-09 Nitro Wiig and reviewed it here

If you want to see Raiden bindings click here

Nitro T2, T1 (Wide) and Austin Smith Pro Model

Nitro Misfit, T2 and T1 (Wide)

Nitro Austin Smith (3 inches of Blood Collaboration)

Nitro Team, Wiig and Misfit

Nitro Ripper, Swindle, T1, and Team

Here’s a video of Ryan courtesy of Future Snowboarding that shows off the Nitro Swindle. The Swindle has an interesting scratch and rip base that shows off the wounds from rail riding. When you gouge your base up from rails…it’ll have a new color underneath that matches the color on the topsheet.
Here are photos from the Nitro Catalog

Nitro Snowboard Tech
Board Chart

Men’s Snowboards


Nitro Blacklight
Nitro Eero Ettala Pro
Nitro Prolight
Nitro Wiig
Nitro T2
Nitro Misfit
Nitro Team
Nitro team Art Attack
The 152cm board got cut off.
Nitro Magnum
Nitro T1
Nitro Volume
Nitro Pantera
Nitro Pantera LXNitro Pantera WideNitro Slash
Nitro Gun
Nitro Shield

Women’s Snowboards

Nitro Carrara

Nitro Janna Meyen ProNitro Cheryl Maas Pro
Nitro Fate

Nitro T1
Nitro RunawayNitro Mystique
Nitro Shield

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From the beginning of time, I was Shannon. From the beginning of snowboarding, I was Shay. From the beginning of online communities, I was Shayboarder. In the end, I’m the writer, photographer, editor, publisher, guru of sorts, product tester, curvy girl, and most importantly the snowboarder behind it all. Follow me on this journey through snowboarding, mountain biking, traveling and fun experiences!

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  1. Anonymous
    April 26, 2008

    Any catalog pics of the Swindle?

  2. Shayboarder
    April 28, 2008

    Just put up the swindle pic at the top of the catalog pics. Must have missed it earlier.

  3. Anonymous
    April 28, 2008

    nice. thanks, I was wondering what the colors of the various sizes were.

  4. Shayboarder
    April 30, 2008

    No problem. Eventually I’ll be updating this post with the catalog specs of each board.

  5. Anonymous
    June 06, 2008

    cool. I’m curious about the Rocker Swindle or whatever they end up doing.

  6. Shayboarder
    June 06, 2008

    The Nitro press release will be coming soon. I do know this…

    The board will be a reverse camber in between the bindings and will feature our Drifter Base which has .25 of an inch dish on the sidewalls and edges so it will be easy to press and impossible to catch your edge.

  7. Anonymous
    July 08, 2008

    What are the sizes of Nitro eero AM? thanks..

  8. Anonymous
    July 08, 2008

    Yes, I would also like to know the sizes of the Nitro Am board. If its possible to leave the answer so that everyone could see it.

  9. Shayboarder
    July 09, 2008

    The sizes for the Nitro Eero AM series is: 152cm, 149cm, 146cm, 142cm, 138cm. Let me know if you need more stats on that board.

  10. James
    July 09, 2008

    Shannon. SIA isn’t exactly a public viewing of product. This product shouldn’t be blasted all over the internet as early as you did. We keep this stuff off of our website for a reason. What you’re doing here isn’t helping anything.

  11. Shayboarder
    July 09, 2008

    Hey James, I completely understand what you are saying. The early pictures from SIA I made sure to ask the companies if it was okay to put up the photos and has always been open to taking down any images. Rome asked for stuff to be taken down and I complied within the hour. A lot of stuff gets leaked, not just by me. This year the whole Burton catalog got leaked before SIA, plus numerous other stuff…that’s early for sure. I try to be on good terms with the companies and have made sure it was okay to post up some information. I would disagree that its not helping anyone…it gets kids stoked on gear in advance, they talk about it on forums and obviously want to know more. In this day and age it’s the internet, getting info out on products can help companies that want more attention. I see both sides of it but definitely in most cases, I get approval before posting these up. In future cases, most definitely.

  12. Anonymous
    July 10, 2008

    Thanks mate! aka shyboarder, thanks really much. Maybe I should get one of those boards some day. Oh yes and just to make shore, Is the am board twin tip?

  13. Anonymous
    July 10, 2008

    The Austin Smith board, what sizes does it come in and is it a jib board or more all around park? Thanks.

  14. Shayboarder
    July 10, 2008

    The Eero AM is twin.

    The Austin Smith comes in a 155cm with a 25.2 ww. In the line-up chart here it shows it as a park board