Price US $379

Nidecker Divine Review And Buying Advice

Nidecker Divine 2013 - 2010 Review by The Good Ride

Past Reviews

The Nidecker Divine has a solid set up for women who want a little of everything and like a more freestyle approach to the whole mountain. We all know that when you try to do everything in one board you can do everything ok or just completely fail. The Divine doesn’t fail. We see this as a good all mountain freestyle snowboard that does a few things well.

For 2011 Nidecker added hybrid camber to the Divine and we are pretty stoked about this. It will make the board more playful in the park and float better in powder. It will also have a very stable feeling similar to camber but turn like it’s a little shorter than a normal camber board.

In powder this will ride bigger.  It’s still not amazing in powder but it’s pretty good with a little set back and more rocker in the nose. It’s good like all mostly rocker hybrid camber directional twins if you want to center the stance and take a freestyle approach to riding but with the un even rocker it’s just slightly not as easy switch.  The set back is only -13mm so it’s not like the Angel or Elle when it comes to directional powder riding.

It’s fun just about anywhere in the park when it isn’t dumping and it’s a shame the Divine isn’t in most stores in the US because you get a lot more tech for the price than most boards in the US.




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Riding Style

All Mountain

Riding Level

Intermediate - Expert

Available Widths

Women's

Manufactured in

Tunisia

Shape

Directional Twin

Camber Profile

Hybrid Camber

Stance

Setback -12.5mm

Approx. Weight

Feels Normal

On Snow Feel

Stable

Turn Initiation

Medium/Fast

Flex

Medium

Edge Hold

Medium Snow

Powder

Good

Carving

Good

Speed

Good

Uneven Terrain

Great

Switch

Good

Jumps

Good

Jibbing

Average

Pipe

Good