capita black snowboard of death

CAPiTA Black Snowboard of Death Snowboard – 2018

MSRP: $619.95

Calling all die-hards. We see you. You are the rider waiting in the lift line for the first chair regardless of the conditions. You are the true champions of the mountain and it is about time that you ride a snowboard designed just for you. With legendary status as an all-terrain slayer, The CAPiTA Black Snowboard of Death is here to make your dreams come true.

Starting with the graphics — the CAPiTA Black Snowboard of Death features a pirate ship on the topsheet and skulls on the bottom — we think to represent the exploration you’ll do and the poor souls that will be left after you zoom right on by.

The award-winning Black Snowboard of Death leans toward the all-mountain side of riding with a custom-designed rockered nose, a subtle 5mm tapered tail, and positive camber through the mid-section. This allows for tons of pop, insane control, and superb flotation in powder — three key elements to making you a better snowboarder in variable terrain and changing conditions. The 2017/18 model has been completely redesigned and returns to its anytime, any place, any condition, all-mountain mantra that made the board famous in the first place.

For 2017 the Black Snowboard of Death has been outfitted with a stronger flex pattern created by an FSC® Certified Hover Core™, X-ARCS™ Engineered Carbon and a high-tech glass and resin combination that is designed to sustain abuse. That means you can charge through chunder, ice field, or groomers with the same confidence you take into waist-deep tree runs and back bowls. That’s what we call a serious all-mountain design.

Combine these new features with a custom carbon formulated Hyperdrive™ NC12 base, and you are sure to be burning and turning faster than ever before. This board knows no speed-limits or slow-zones. Chargers be warned, you have met your match in the all-new Black Snowboard of Death from CAPiTA.

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