Nidecker Merc Snowboard 2023
Flow Merc Snowboard 2014
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A Directional twin for your shredding pleasures. The Merc incorporates all the goodness from our Drifter with a subtler sidecut and softer flex for easy progression to that next level. An easy turning board with our Rocker Bands strategically placed to give you enough support yet soft enough to get loose when you want.
What it is
EZ-Rock Rocker- Super mellow reverse camber with a convex base between the bindings and camber starting before the binding zone provides unparalleled stability. Makes presses easy and imroves agility no matter where you place your bindings.
Directional-A little more nose than tail, setback insert pattern and flex for more pop off the tail and better float in powder.
Biaxial-A smooth, easy, torsional feel, the majority of the fibers are in the 0 axis to add extra pop and an easy torsional flex to the board. Easy carving for all-mountain or park performance.
Truflex-Similar to the ReFlex core, TruFlex core technology features a high strength-to-weight wood construction utilizing different density poplar woods uniquely profiled to give you excellent all-around response when riding the mountain.
Rocker Bands-A carbon band placed horizontally under the core that creates a slightly convex base on every rocker board. Allows for a smoother ride from rails to railing carves
EZDT Sidecut-Designed for EZ-Rock and another version of EZ FlatRock, the EZDT is mellow between the bindings and at the tips with a more aggressive grip in the binding areas. This creates a more forgiving ride when things get a bit bumpy and a tight radius blended for quick carves.
Optix 2000-A high-density, extruded base that is extremely easy to maintain and fix. The Optix 2000 is one of the highest wax absorbing bases on the market and will give you all the speed you need even if you don’t wax on a regular basis.
powder slayer! i took this board to jackson hole and it kills! get this board for all your pow day shreds