What does EST stand for?
A considerable part of the NSP Cheetah is hand-made and as such, weight varies from one board to another, with a 5% variance. To calculate a true average weight, NSP reserves the right to manufacture a certain number of boards before publishing the official weight. Until then, we rely on estimated weights (EST).
Pro Carbon Technology
Cheetah Pro Carbon construction diagram
Certainly not for the faint-hearted, NSP’s newest high-octane Sprint Technical board has arrived!
– Pro Carbon Construction
– Shallow dugout for comfort and stability
– Short-format outline design
– Less width for increased speed
– PVC-reinforced desk
– Carbon Innegra™ reinforcement for impact protection around the rail lip, the nose and tail
– Two short side handles and one long center handle for easy handling and transport
CARBON-REINFORCED RAIL LIPS AND CARBON RAIL BAND
By using Innegra™ Carbon for the rail lips in favour of “conventional” biaxial carbon, one of the most ding-prone areas on any race board is drastically reinforced without weight penalties.
Ding resistance, durability and damage tolerance all increase, protecting your equipment in the hectic environment that is close-quarter racing.
Cheetah Pro Carbon Video
Cheetah Pro Carbon Gallery
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