The Capita Black Snowboard of Death, or BSOD, is an all-terrain destroyer that continues to push the envelope of what a high-tech snowboard can do. This freeride board pillages powder, slays steeps, and terrorizes trees with effortless float, powerful response, and quick-turning agility. Made from only the finest materials, the Black Snowboard of Death is designed to make you a better snowboarder and push your progression on natural terrain. It's directional shape and slight taper from nose to tail naturally sinks the tail in deeper snow and charges through any snow condition from chunder or groomers to deep powder. The Alpine V1 Profile has a large cambered zone 5cm past the inserts for unmatched power and pop, with a flat tail that provides stability during landings and a large rockered nose for float. Combined with a medium flex and a Holysheet triax fiberglass construction, the smooth and consistent flex pattern provides a predictable ride when transitioning from riding groomers to hiking up to your favorite powder stash. Two forged carbon fiber rods run from the inserts to the rocker zones to provide additional power, and Amplitex Amplifiers made from grid-woven tape reach out beyond the contact points for added response and dampness. The Hyperdrive sintered base with a stone grind Moonshot Pro-Tune keep you blasting through any snow condition and ensures you're the fastest rider on the hill.
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