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Here it is... what you've all been waiting for. Another exclusive peak at next season's gear. We've already dropped Ride's, Burton's and K2's but we just love imagining those smiles on your faces when we release another. We just can't get enough. So here you go ladies and gentlemen.... it's Nitro's 2014-2015 gear!
[part title="Nitro Elias Elhardt and Justin Bennee Snowboards 2014-15"]
On the left we have Mr Elhardt's pro model with some sick graphics this year. The quirky designs will be sure to sell quickly. On the right we have got Justin Bennee's board. The graphics are much more understated but this means you can just let your riding do the talking. Two great boards bound to sell well next season.
[part title="Nitro Jon Kooley and T1.5 Snowboards 2014-15"]
The Nitro Jon Kooley board has got some edgy designs and you won't lose this one whilst you head into the Apres bar. The fat nose means you'll be floating through the powder next season, so prepare for some epic lines on that one.
On the right we have the T1.5 of 2014/15. Back again for some more action, this board looks like it will have a serious pop on it and will be perfect for those jib-junkies ready to hit the park. The edgy designs on this board are looking pretty steezy too. Both these models are ridden by Gjermund Braaten and Torgeir Bergrem.
[part title="Nitro Snowboard Bindings 2014-15"]
These bindings are looking pretty rad and by the looks of things they come in a massive variety of colours so take you pick! The army design are a personal favourite. It looks like army-coloured bindings might be in this year after both Ride and K2 went for this style too.
[part title="Nitro Marcus Kleveland Snowboard 2014-15"]
And it's Marcus Kleveland's pro model board for next season. These steezy graphics are bound to look sick as you carve down the mountains next winter. And the fact this skull's still wearing a beanie gives us hope riders will still look rad in the afterlife. An awesome board for next season.
[part title="Nitro Quiver Snowboard 2014-15"]
This Austin Smith and Bryan Fox pro model powder board will be perfect for those wanting to draw their own lines in the mountains. With a set back stance and wide nose, this board is exactly what Backcountry boarders will be looking for next season.
[part title="Nitro Snowboard Boots 2014-15"]
Considering this is just a sneak peak of some of the gear Nitro has to offer, it looks like there's going to be a massive selection of awesome boots to choose from. And from the photo above it's clear they have catered for everyone from the more extravagant rider (bright blue) to the more reserved.
[part title="Nitro Quiver Range Snowboards 2014-15"]
And here we have the Quiver range. Earlier you saw the Austin/Bryan Quiver model, but here we have treated you to a peak of more of the range. All are Austin Smith and Bryan Fox pro models and all will have you floating through the pow and carving some big corners. You can find a close up of the middle board next...
[part title="Nitro Quiver Swallow Snowboard 2014-15"]
There you go! We realise this is a bit confusing. The graphics are actually pretty simple. Please ignore the red-jacketed figure you can see in the reflection, that's just our photographer!
Instead, Nitro have gone for a pretty simple black shiny design - perfect for those wanting to check themselves out on the slopes and in need of a mirror. Ridden by Austin Smith and Bryan Fox, this powder board will float like a beast, especially with a tail like that.
[part title="Nitro Team Snowboard Bindings 2014-15"]
These Nitro Bindings for the next season are looking pretty rad. The stand-out colours will look awesome on some of their more reserved graphics boards.
[part title="Nitro Swindle Snowboards 2014-15"]
We love these graphics. the tie-dye effect has been in this season and clearly Nitro have picked up on this and incorporated it into the design. The skeletal boards on here match those on the Marcus Kleveland board - clearly a theme Nitro are going for this year. We can't help but notice how depressed the dog on the right looks though, maybe it's because he his owner is so bone-idle (pun definitely intended).