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Old 02-05-2012, 11:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Nitro T1.5?

Im just wondering here, iv been reading the snowbroader overveiw of nitro Nitro Snowboards 2013 Collection | Snowbroader.EU

And iv been thinking,do you think that the T1.5 will be like a cambered version of the rook? because that's exactly what I want!

my understanding is the T1 is softer than the rook? Idk so maybe what we are seeing here is the T1.5 being a cambered rook? idk but wouldn't that be sick!

Mainly im just looking for a super poppy jib board, I need one ASAP and Iv been looking at the 2013 stuff. recommend something, and hopefully its not sold out. how soft is this years T1 ?
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Old 04-13-2012, 06:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm currently an intern at Nitro Snowboards. You are right, the T1.5 has a standard camber. It has an super awesome pop and is very snappy and it is not as soft as the T1. It's like an upgraded version of the T1. Definitely worth a try, I think you would love it.
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