Nitro Squash Snowboard 2024 Review

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Nitro Squash Snowboard 2024 review

The Lowdown

With reviews noting the Nitro Squash's incredible float in powder and ability to turn on a dime on groomers, this snowboard is bound to be a hit this season. The Nitro Squash is noted to have a blend of a Progressive Sidecut and a true camber for easy carves. Might be noted this is an all-mountain dream - conquer your favorite conditions, whether it be powder or groomers.

Tech Specs

Size (cm) 156 159 163
Effective Edge (mm) 1150 1180 1210
Tip Width (mm) 297 301 315
Waist Width (mm) 252 255 268
Tail Width (mm) 291 295 309
Sidecut Radius (m) 8.2/7.4 8.4/7.6 8.7/7.8
Stance Setback (mm) 25 25 25
Stance Range (in) 18.9-23.6 19.7-24.4 19.7-24.4

The Review - 5/5

A camber pow board that can plow through anything? Sign me up!! This board is a heavy hitter for me. You don't often find a board like this so its nice to finally have a board that has a fun shape with aggressive specs. I thought this board was great! This board is plenty stiff to lay down some serious turns on the groomers. Very stable for aggressive riding. Compared to my current setup, this board is stiffer and more aggressive, but way better in pow! 5/5 for me.

Who Is It For?

The 2024 Nitro Squash Snowboard is for riders that are looking for more than just a powder board. This is for the rider who enjoys riding aggressively on a range of terrain. Those that want a dependable board that can make those tight turns and hold an edge while also able to float with ease in powder will enjoy the Squash.

Meet Our Reviewer

Name: Megan
Role: Softgoods Buyer
Height / Weight: 5'4", 145
Stance: Regular
Current Setup: Nitro Drop 149
Riding Style: Fun, flowy cruiser. Feet on the ground. Love to carve!
Favorite Mountain: Snowbasin
Fun Fact: I have been working at Ski 'N See (UtahSkis) for 9 years, and I like my outfit to match my board!

Tested Setup: Nitro Squash 152, Nidecker Supermatic Binding, Vans Boots
Testing Location: Brighton Resort, Utah
Conditions: Groomers