Capita Scott Stevens Mini Snowboard - Kids'

Capita Scott Stevens Mini Snowboard - Kids'
Capita Scott Stevens Mini Snowboard - Kids'
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Scott Stevens Mini Snowboard - Kids' by Capita
The little brother to Scott Stevens' full-size pro board, the Capita Scott Stevens Mini Snowboard offers Sleepy Stevens' pro graphic on a mini-chassis for your aspiring shredder to learn the ropes of the park with. Starting with the Freedom Mini profile, this board is rockered with edges raised off the snow for catch-free riding and playful buttering around the slopes. Its true twin and soft flex further adds to its easy progression in and out of the park, while the Micro-Glass wrap helps initiate turns and keep the feel snappy underfoot. A poppy, lightweight FSC-certified Select Core makes for snappy ollies and quick response, and the HTP extruded base withstands repeated impacts on rails and boxes in the park.

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SKU: CPTO06N
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