Nidecker Random - Snowboards: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Nidecker Random - Snowboards: Reviews

   Photo: Shana Novak


On paper, the 154 demo model we were sent should've been too short for most of our testers. But this true twin proved to be surprisingly stable at speed. "It felt longer and stronger than it should have at top speed," said one of our larger riders. The reason: Its bomber construction (a full-length poplar core beefed up with beech) makes for an incredibly stiff board with lots of pop. The only downside to all that stiffness was the extra work and weight it took to butter. Cool detail: Each handmade base is constructed with randomly placed pieces of recycled P-tex (get it?) that make each board unique. 149, 154, 158;

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