New for this season and taking design ques from some of the favorites in the Capita line, the Asymulator Snowboard is an all-terrain freestyle machine for the rider that wants to show off their unique style with a uniquely shaped asymmetrical snowboard whether they're ripping powder or laying down carves across groomers. Sitting with a medium flex, the Asymulator is stable on everything from big park jumps to pressing boxes, and everything in between. The fan-favorite Resort V1 Profile combines camber for powerful pop, flat sections just outside to increase forgiveness, and small rockered sections to aide with float in deep snow. The unique tip and tail design is perfect for adding flair to your tweaked grabs, and a asymmetrical sidecut enhances your carves on either edge for precise, stylish turns. Technora Flax Boosters run the length of the board to absorb shock and increase power, and the FSC Certified P2 Superlight Core combines poplar and paulownia wood for a lightweight and lively feel while using sustainably grown sources. To top it off, the new Quantum Drive sintered base is durable and fast in any snow condition, and alloy nose and tail skid plates add some excitement when jibbing on rocks or natural features.
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