A perennial favorite park board for the Capita team, the Indoor Survival FK Snowboard destroys jumps, jibs, and rails with authority, but is also just as happy railing turns on groomers and spinning off side hits. With its versatile flex and fun, forgiving feel, the Indoor Survival is the perfect board for the rider who likes to take their freestyle skills to the entire mountain.The Freestyle FK profile is flat from insert to insert for stability and edge hold, and slightly rockered at the tip and tail for a forgiving feel when you're tricking off jumps and linking lines in the rail park. Blunt tip and tail shapes give it better swing weight, not to mention an eye-catching look. Special Blend biax glass provides a smooth, consistent flex, and it's bonded with a new plant-based Magic Bean resin that's less harmful to the environment. Four lightweight titanal struts just outside the inserts increase the board's strength while enhancing response. The sustainably-harvested poplar core offers a smooth flex and lightweight feel, and beech strips prevent board breakage when you're gapping onto rails. The board is finished off with an extruded base that's almost as hard as a sintered base, making it impact-resistant, yet still easy to repair.
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