Capita Children Of The Gnar Snowboard - Kids'

Capita Children Of The Gnar Snowboard - Kids'
Capita Children Of The Gnar Snowboard - Kids'
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Children Of The Gnar Snowboard - Kids' by Capita
Designed for kids who are already leaving their parents in the dust and slaying the park harder than kids twice their size, the Capita Kids' Children Of The Gnar Snowboard is the ideal board for tweens who have outgrown kids boards but aren't quite ready for adult-sized boards yet. It has a forgiving flex and a poppy profile to help kids progress their park riding and take their skills across the entire mountain. The Hybrid Camber profile features mellow camber between the inserts for pop, power, and edge hold, with flat areas outside the bindings and a tiny bit of rocker just before the tip and tail to give it a forgiving feel and improved float in powder. Form 6 biax glass gives it a forgiving flex for buttering through the park, while the RFC Sustainable Select core adds a lightweight and lively feel to help kids boost off jumps and pop big ollies. It's finished off with an extruded base that's easy to repair after Junior dings it up on rails or in the trees.

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SKU: CPT004V
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