Nitro Snowboards 2009-2010

15 Feb, 2009


If you get your hands on the 09-10 Nitro Catalog, you might find yourself thinking you are looking at a record album because of the shear size of it. The catalog is really looking at the visual liberation through the sound of snowboarding and would make a great coffee table book. With 20 years under their belt, they have become stronger and have stuck to their guns, making their own way in snowboarding.

If there’s one company bent on the sound of snowboarding, it’s Nitro with a badass look mixed between snowboarding and skateboarding and music.

With a couple new boards to the collection and a thirst for making boards for every type of rider, the evolution continues as 2009-2010 approaches.

Nitro Prolight 160cm
Nitro Wiig 153cm
Nitro Eero Ettala
Nitro Austin Smith Rook 156cm
Nitro Bryan Fox Team 157cm
Topsheet
Nitro Bryan Fox Team 157cm
Base
Nitro Kooley Swindle 152cm
Nitro Pro Series

L-R: Ettala 157cm, Fox Team 156cm, Smith Rook 155cm, Keller T1 153cm, Wiig 156cm, Kooley Swindle 152cm, Maas 149cm, Mills T1 155W

Nitro Misfit

Comes with iron on graphic sheet

Nitro Misfit 158.6cm
Nitro Rook 158cm and 156cm

The Dennis Mcnett Collection

Nitro Rook 154cm
Nitro Team Series
Nitro T1
Nitro Magnum
Nitro Sub Zero

Used to be the Sub Pop now it’s the Sub Zero

Nitro Swindle
Nitro Haze 149cm
Nitro Slash
Nitro Carrara
Nitro Cheryl Maas
Nitro T1 Womens
Nitro Runaway Topsheet
Nitro Runaway Base
Turn on, Tune out, drop in.

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Shay

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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10 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    February 17, 2009

    Nitro is looking insane for next year, they are definitely stepping it up. The Austin Smith skull board has to be my favorite graphic I’ve seen for next year. I’ll be on that board without a doubt.

  2. Shralp
    February 17, 2009

    Shay,
    Any info on the Rook? Is it the T2 replacement?

  3. walker
    February 17, 2009

    I rode the rook at Keystone. It was my favorite board at the demo. It’s flat so has a pre-broken in feel with the snap and response of a new board. Mid flex on the softer side but wont wash out on big jumps and landings. The quadratic sidecut held an edge through everything. All in all I’ll own this board next season. Super fun do it all freestyle board. I loved the Zero camber too. The rep Josh told me this replaces the T2, it’s a much better board.

  4. Shayboarder
    February 17, 2009

    Thanks Walker for your reply! Awesome you were able to ride it at the Keystone demo and are gonna buy it. Interesting about the pre-broken in feel, good to know!

  5. Anonymous
    March 04, 2009

    any price range for the haze?

  6. Shayboarder
    March 05, 2009

    Yeah here’s the haze info for you!

    The Haze features our Zero (flat) Camber, Upgraded Hi-Def FH Base, A true twin shape with our ultra soft Urban Flex.

  7. Anonymous
    March 08, 2009

    Wow, so nitro is all about the flat boards next year? thats great to hear, those things are a blast! Are they doing any other flat or reverse camber boards?

  8. Anonymous
    March 10, 2009

    Would anyone happen to know if the 09-10 Team board in a 162 is going to have that white top sheet graphic or the black one? Im trying to decide if i should get the 08-09 Team 162 or wait for next years, but im not into the white top sheetgraphic. Thanks!

  9. Vanbosch
    March 24, 2009

    The Team is available in White or Black, all sizes all widths. The Gullwing Team will only be available in Black Matte on Black Gloss.

  10. Anonymous
    May 19, 2009

    size range of the subzero and the T1 mens?