The Capita Scott Stevens Pro Snowboard is loose and forgiving, yet poppy and smooth-flexing, to give it the versatility needed to handle everything from micro-jibs and urban rails to park jumps and slushy side hits. The Park V2 profile is mostly flat to give it a stable feel, with rocker at the tips for catch-free forgiveness that lets you get loose from the slopes to the streets. This board has a smooth medium flex that presses like a dream, but still offers enough response to rip around the mountain outside of the park lanes. Holysheet fiberglass is more powerful and dynamic than standard glass layups, and the Magic Bean resin holding it together is eco-friendlier to boot. Originating from hardened lava, basalt beams improve pop and response while also dampening the ride. Additionally, the beams are pre-cured in an arched shape that counters the board's profile for a pre-loaded effect that offers twice the pop and response. Starting with a lightweight, yet strong blend of poplar and paulownia woods, the Cork Inlayed Pro core also features natural cork recessed into 30% of the core for a smoother ride and improved durability. Cork is also placed around the edges to enhance impact-resistance so the board can take more of a beating from bashed rails and bonked trees. It's finished with a smooth-gliding, tough-as-nails Quantumdrive base to keep it flying around the resort and taking hit after hit.
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