Capita's The Equalizer Snowboard is a high performance all-mountain freeride deck ready to tackle steep chutes and rip the whole mountain. Designed by team rider Jess Kimura, this board has accompanied her through her progression from the streets to high mountain peaks. With the Equalizer, the custom design for women pushes you to make you a better snowboarder, regardless of the terrain or conditions. Coming with a medium flex, the Equalizer is ready to tackle challenging terrain while still calling for a surfy feel on wide open, powdery runs. The Alpine V1 Profile combines a large camber section that runs 5cm past the inserts for power and control, with a flat zone behind the back foot to offer stability on landings. A large rockered nose and rockered tail provides float and makes it easier to transition between variable snow conditions. The new poppy, lightweight core includes two Technora and flax boosters to offer power and response for boosting sidehits and linking carves. To top it all off, the Quantum Drive sintered base keeps you speeding through powder or spring slush while adding durability to keep your board in good shape all season long.
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