Capita Spring Break Powder Glider Snowboard

Capita Spring Break Powder Glider Snowboard
Capita Spring Break Powder Glider Snowboard
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Spring Break Powder Glider Snowboard by Capita
A rocketship just waiting to take flight, the Powder Glider Snowboard is an innovative shape for the deepest days. Powder pillows, sweeping open-face turns, and massive airs blasted in the backcountry; it's all ready for action thanks to the extremely buoyant Surflite 2. 0 Core. With a wide nose and mid-section, the Powder Glider keeps your nose up effortlessly, while Surf Rocker offers flat camber underfoot and a large rockered nose for insane float on bottomless days. 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 like how a surfboard works on the 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.

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SKU: CPTO071
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