Here to help you showcase your freestyle skills inside and outside of the park, the Capita Outerspace Living Snowboard is a resort-slaying beast with a freestyle-oriented feel. That means you can go from cruising jumps in the park to dropping cliffs and spinning off side hits without skipping a beat. It's essentially the same board as the Indoor Survival, only with a more aggressive camber-dominant profile that appeals to riders who like going big and fast. A Resort V3 profile gives you both the pop and power needed for conquering steep, variable terrain and sending jumps, as well as keeping the feel loose enough for playing around on rails and when fresh snow falls. New for 2021, Capita outfitted this board with carbon KEVLAR struts for optimal strength and liveliness to handle high-speed runs through chop and snap off rollers. The sustainably-harvested poplar core offers a smooth flex and lightweight feel without the need to destroy vulnerable forests in order to harvest it. Plus, the new Superdrive FX base is made to hold up better against impacts and keep you flying faster than ever, while also offering a more vibrant look at your base graphics with enhanced transparency.
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