Built for big folk that like big speed and big airs, the Capita Wide WarpSpeed Snowboard is designed to charge hard all over every inch of the mountain. A bevy of high-performing features come together for a powerful board that carves hard, floats in powder, and handles just about everything in between. The WarpSpeed's formula to high-speed freeride domination starts with its Alpine V2 profile, which is mostly camber for response and edge hold, with rocker at the nose for float in the deep stuff, and a flat-to-rocker section at the tail that helps you transition smoothly out of turns and power through fresh landings. Its stiffer flex won't give out on you when you're railing carves or charging steep terrain. New Amplitex V-Tech Amplifiers bring the response of carbon while offering a damp flex, and the FSC-Certified Hover Core is strong and lightweight while offering dampening properties while blasting through variable snow. Holysheet fiberglass with Magic Bean resin has a higher strength-to-weight ratio than normal fiberglass to bring you a more powerful, dynamic feel. Capita finished it off with their ultra-dense Hyperdrive sintered base with a new Moonshot Pro-Tune to satisfy the speed junkie in you.
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