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Question Nidecker ultralight

Anyone know anything about this board? Has anybody road one?\

http://www.nidecker.com/Ultralight.html

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I just took delivery of mine after waiting nearly a year while some riders have waited over two years, since none made their way to the states last year. It is a incredibly sick board, light and fast. You hardly you know it's there it's so light. It's a freeride, all mountain board that also excels not only in powder but groomers and icy conditions due to its Ultimate Grip edges.
I can't stress enough how stoked I am with this board. It's beautiful to look at, it performs incredibly well and I like that they are so rare. It's doubtful you will see anyone else out there with one. Fair warning, they sell out very fast so act quickly. You will not be disappointed. Sassicaia has posted close up photos. Good luck.
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Ya everyone i talk to say they are amazing.
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Ya everyone i talk to say they are amazing.
it's all that and a bag of chips.

but seriously, I have a Megalight which is a similar but lesser model and have ridden my friend's Ultralight. these boards will float pow and carve with speed. cannot comment in ice performance.
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Im glad you like yours, i cant wait till i can get one
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I'm stoked for you, you will love it. Have you already placed an order? You better hurry they sell fast. Nidecker USA is located in Bellingham and the main guy is Josh Clements. He's a super cool guy that can answer any questions. Josh@nidecker.com.
Please post your impressions of your new ride with photos if you can.
Best of luck.
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Angry

The only thing is that my mom wont let me buy it till next season Ya so that sucks
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It's worth waiting for. Be sure to preorder so you get your spot in line. Wait until you see it in person, it's so nice. Enjoy this season.
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I liked my first Ultralight so much I bought a second just as a back up in case anything happens to it.

Its a true freeride board in that it actually handles all snow conditions perfectly. I love it and will likely never stray.

On a side note the NOW IPO bindings are a great fit for it.
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i would have never thought that the NOW bindings were good for freeride...

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