Spring Break Slush Slasher Snowboard - Men's by Capita
Get ready to surf the slopes with the Capita Spring Break Slush Slasher Snowboard. Whether you're getting pitted in powder or spraying slush on unsuspecting friends, this insanely fun board is a blast to rally all over the mountain. Don't let the short lengths fool you, because the Slush Slasher's unique shape, wide waist, and huge rocker nose make it ride like a bigger board. These characteristics also help the board stay afloat in powder should the resort get blessed with some white fluffy stuff, and the stubby semi-swallowtail lets you make tight turns in the trees. The profile is flat underfoot for stability and edge control, with surfboard-inspired continuous rocker at the tips for effortless float and control. Lightweight, sustainably-harvested poplar keeps the RFC Sustainable Select core light and snappy, and Form 6 biax glass offers a smooth, predictable flex. Exclusive to the Slush Slasher, the inlaid alloy Skid Plate lets you tail drag exposed rocks without destroying your base. Speaking of the base, it consists of a highly absorbent extruded construction that's easy to repair if you do manage to ding it up.
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