Having the right board on a deep powder day can be the difference between a miserable morning of being wet and cold, and the most epic day of riding of your life. The Capita Navigator Snowboard is here to steer you towards the epic days. With its floaty profile and tapered directional shape, this board was designed to effortlessly stay on top of the deepest, fluffiest snow you'll encounter, so you can spend your day popping pillows and slashing through trees instead of cartwheeling through snow and getting stuck in flats. A big rockered nose and sinking tapered tail keep your tip up with minimal effort, so you don't have to call it early on account of back leg-burn. A large flat area from the front foot to the tail offers stability when taking down technical lines and shredding firmer snow, and the parabolic sidecut offers aggressive carving power so you can still rip up the resort when all the snow's tracked out. Carbon Fiber Beams channel energy for explosive pow slashes while keeping the board ultralight. If you're looking for a lean, mean, powder-slashing machine, then you've found it in the Navigator.
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