The Capita Spring Break Slush Slasher Snowboard is a carving, pow slashing, and mini jib machine that's been loved by snowboarders since it's release a few years ago. Breaking the norm from twin snowboard shapes that we've come to know, the short length and extra wide waist can be sized down significantly to snap turns quickly while still having the same stability and float from a board your normal size. While other short-boards are stuffed with tech and therefore can be pricey, the Slush Slasher balances high-tech materials with a price point that everyone can enjoy on powder or slush days alike, making it a staple in everyone's quiver. With a medium flex for a mix of playfulness and response, the Slush Slasher retains a surfy feel anywhere on the mountain while still reacting quickly for powdery tree riding or quick spins off rails. The flat midsection provides a predictable ride and response, while an uplifted Wah-Pow! nose and rockered tail keeps you afloat through deep snow and chunder. A lightweight and poppy FSC-certified Select Core is made from sustainably-harvested poplar trees, and a new Superdrive EX base blends the line between low-maintenance extruded bases and high-performing, durable sintered bases through revolutionary production techniques. To make things interesting, an alloy skid plate on the V-shaped tail can make sparks when dragging your tail across rocks or other jib features you set your creative mind to.
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