The Nitro Bad Seed is made to be a killer, stable park board. It has a mid range flex, that Nitro call their Park flex. Strong enough to be stable on jumps, but still able to be pressed out and tweaked.
A little less agressive than regular camber, but a whole lot more reliable than rocker is the Lowrider camber. It means you are going to have good edge hold, pop and stability compared to a rocker board.
Camber is always a good thing to have on jumps, so you get good pop off the takeoffs, and have a solid platform to land with.
The Nitro Bad Seed also has their Railkiller edge, which is thicker and tougher than regular edges. Basically it is going to be able to handle more of a beating compared to regular edges.
Like you would expect from a park board, it is a twin shape so it is going to ride the same in regular and switch.
If you have a look at picture closely, you can see the Dual Degressive sidecut (made from multiple radii) as well as the power pods, which extend out giving you another point of contact under the bindings.
It has a hard and fast sintered base, so getting speed for jumps isn’t going to be a problem.
This is going to be the board for a freestyle park rider, who wants the reliability and pop of camber in a tough park board.
Features of the Nitro Bad Seed:
- LowRiders Camber
- Twin shape
- Nitro Park Flex
- Power Pods
- Railkiller Edges
- Powercore II
- Dual Degressive Sidecut
- Sintered Speed Formula HD Base
The Nitro Bad Seed comes in: