Jess Kimura Pro Model Snowboard - Women's by Capita
From gargantuan double-kinks in the streets to hairball backcountry hips, the Capita Women's Jess Kimura Pro Model Snowboard is Jess' go-to choice for ripping everything standing in her path. This go-anywhere, rip-anything freestyle deck features a true twin shape and Alpine V1 profile that'll have you riding everything from jump lines to freshly-frosted glades. The aforementioned Alpine V1 profile has camber underfoot that delivers pinpoint control when you're bombing at high speeds, while zero camber past the inserts adds stability and enhances pop by pre-loading your ollies. Just before the tip and tail, the board transitions from zero camber to rocker to inject a fun, playful feel into your riding. The Canadian Maple Dual core is composed of tip-to-tail poplar for smooth, consistent flex and liveliness, while two X 30mm Carbon Fiber Beams run the length of the board to add extra snap off big hits in the park. A Holysheet fiberglass configuration boosts strength without adding weight, and the Superdrive base is lightning fast to give you enough speed to hit the big stuff.
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