Spring Break Mini Tree Hunter Snowboard - Men's by Capita
Let everyone else fight over scraps in the main bowl while you enjoy lap after lap of untouched powder in the woods on the Capita Spring Break Mini Tree Hunter Snowboard. The shortest offering in the Capita Spring Break Powder line, the Mini Tree Hunter is an agile pow board that nimbly weaves through tight stands of aspen, while still floating easily in deep snow thanks to it tapered directional shape and fat waist. Exclusive to the Capita x Spring Break series, the Mini Tree Hunter's Surf Rocker offers zero camber underfoot and a Surf Rock nose and tail for effortless float on deep days. However, Capita didn't stop at shape and rocker when it comes to taking inspiration from surfboards. The Surflite 2. 0 core is a little thicker than your average core, but it's actually lighter and enhances buoyancy thanks to all the additional microscopic air pockets (just think about how thick surfboards are and how well they float in water). Capita added Forged Carbon Diamond Packs around the inserts for lightning-fast response when you're weaving through trees and exploding out of pow slashes. If you're looking for a maneuverable pow board that smoothly surfs deep snow and rips through tight trees, look no further than the Mini Tree Hunter.
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