Men’s 2024 Swift Snowboard
Swift snowboards were the inspiration for the Shaper Series. 20mm of taper, a mid-firm flex and Fusion Rocker Camber allow for awesome everywhere performance, in or out of powder. Now, with new aesthetics on nose and tail and the same smooth, surfy, all mountain functionality you’ve grown to love, this is the powder board you’ll choose to ride in all conditions.
Swift Carbon Fiber Configuration
Carbon Max Laminate
Swift Damping System
Swift Wood Core Construction
PowerSurf Wood Core
Swift Power Grip Sidecut
- Co-Extruded Polymer Topsheet
- Carbon Max Laminate Technology
- Fusion Rocker Camber Profile
- Extended Transition Area
- Power Grip Sidecut
- Early Rise Nose
- STS Pre-tensioned Fiberglass
- Bi-Lite Fiberglass
- PowerSurf Wood Core
- RDS 1 Damping System
- Elastomeric Underfoot Stabilizers
- Sintered UHMW Polyethylene Sidewall
- Durasurf XT Sintered 5501 Base
- P-Tex Nose/Tail Protection
- Metal Edge with Aluminum Tail
|Type:||All Mountain, Freeride, Powder|
|Profile:||Fusion Rocker Camber|
|Laminates:||Carbon Max Tech, Bi-Lite Fiberglass, STS Pre-tensioned Fiberglass|
|Base:||Durasurf XT Sintered 5501 Base|
|Stance Setback:||3.25 inch|
Awesome board! Demoed last year and purchased this year, love the new design!
I've demo'd this board multiple times and I'm excited to say i finally bought one for the 23/24 season! This board is so much fun! It rips carves, floats in pow and even surprisingly slays moguls too! Turn initiation is super easy, edge hold is amazing. It's a bullet when you want it to be and surfy when you want it to be. Stoked to the max! I'm 6ft 180 lbs advanced rider. I got the 158cm
I have many different NS models. Last season I had a rough fall, for an older guy. It took the fun out for a bit. All my favorite models were not doing it for me anymore. I took my swift up for a weekend trip and the kid in me was reawakened. I had sooo much fun. The swift really can do it all. It is fun in all terrain and playful whenever you want to have fun. I am so glad I purchased this board. It has never failed to put a smile on my face. Fun on jumps, in the trees, and laying trenches on groomers and pow with the kids.
Paddle out. Get to the line up. Bob up and down observing the sets as they roll through you to pour upon the coast line. Anticipation building as the sets begin to gain amplitude. That's not rain you feel. It's the trade winds blowing spit off the crest of the moving miracle and dumping it onto your back. Push your hands on the rails to sink yourself just a tad more deeper with only the nose piercing out of the ocean because its almost go time. Legs starting to twitch in expectation. No time to think of an avalanche that could lurk below. Here it comes. Your set. You paddle a little to arrange yourself in the perfect take off location. Sea level begins to rise. Drop in. Free falling on moving water is remarkable. Charge toward the bottom zone only to crank and get clearance from the flight deck to begin launch sequence up the face to kiss the lip. Pushing to unleash a kick turn off the wall that will triple the amount of spit the trade winds are capable of creating. Dress like its Halloween and do the Elvis Presley hip grind and knee drop to crack that turn. Shoulders and neck coil and recoil like a well oiled machine. Fingers reached out and so close to touching the sun that you can feel the heat. And if you are lucky, one of your friends is on the paddle back out to the line up and you spatter them. Only to laugh about it later. Good times. I have to look a little closer while on the next factory tour because I'm convinced NS has a secret laboratory and they have a time machine. The design of the Swift is reminiscent of the early days. To begin with, we wanted to surf the mountain. Spit on everything. Nowadays, I can ride around on this 162 and have a blast. The coil and recoil sensation is spot on. But the spit action is the best feature of the deck. The action is created from the perfect placement of camber throughout the design. I spit on the yellow and red safety cushions they place on towers and maintenance equipment. I spit on bamboo sticks blocking off access, slow signs, caution signs and trails merge signs. Basically any obstacle you find. Spit on it. Favorite spot to spit. Off the edge of the cat walk. After the recoil, look back quickly and you can see the snow showering the trees. Take this deck everywhere and enjoy the turns. Everyone will know where you been throughout the day cause the spit marks you leave behind are similar to a dog marking its territory. I enjoy not having to paddle out, but you gotta find a way uphill. Remember to wax the bottom of this deck - not the top. At least no board rash on chest. Use snow boots not flip flops. Grab the correct leash cause you don't want a seven foot cord trailing behind snagging a tree stump. Last time this deck was in my vehicle, it left sand instead of melted snow. Flabbergasted.
Shaper Swift is amazing. In the cold fluff the Swift floats aloft like a Raptor on a cloud. The boards shape is forever climbing out of the pow, eager for the next turn. I find myself on this pow board in all conditions, crud, potatos, whipped cream cheese and even on the corduroy. Stable on all variations, quick and responsive in the steep, tight trees. You've done it again!