Get the right start on the slope. This board, especially designed for kids, starts at a 95cm.
Its flex has been calculated especially for featherweight boarders, and that’s why it is one of the few boards on the market that works for the little ones.
Built-in risers decrease toe-drag when those feet are growing like bad weeds. The Magic is a step above the rest.
- Shape :
Directional : A purely directional board is best for all-mountain freeriding. The nose is longer and wider than the tail, giving you plenty of control in any terrain, and the stance is set back to help you float above the pow. Plus, we stiffened the tail to help snap you out of turns and keep your speed up.
- Profile :
STD. CamRock ® : Camrock represents the best rocker/camber combination in snowboarding today, and has taken our entire board line up a notch. This tried and true camber variant will not disappoint for overall mountain performance. With camber between the bindings and rocker evenly distributed in the nose and tail, this is the all-mountain, all-conditions camber that will leave you stoked and smiling from ear to ear. Standard Camrock is the camber choice of our pro team and staff. It is the best hybrid rocker/camber profile on the market today - bar none!
- Base :
4000 : Fast, durable, and easy to maintain. The dense molecular structure provides a top quality, impact-resistant surface.
- Fiber :
Dual Plus : Our standard 90-degree biaxial fiberglass is the most versatile in the industry. It is bombproof and reliable for all terrain types.
- Core :
Full Wood Core : This is our standard poplar core combined with beech reinforcement. The beech on nose and tail provides more pop and better stiffness and torsion. If you like a consistent ride that has a lot of life, this core should be your ‘go to’ wood core.
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Nidecker is a Switzerland family business of action sports based in Rolle created in 1887 as a manufacturer of wheel charts. It is thanks to its know-how in curved wood that it returned in 1912 to skiing and in 1984 to snowboards. It profited from the crisis in 2005 to create and develop its sister companies.