The Capita Midnight has positive camber, biaxial glass, a poplar core, carbon and Kevlar stringers and an extruded base all squeezed into a slightly tapered shape with a progressive blended radii sidecut and a very stylish lick of paint. A great snowboard for female riders of all abilities who like a snowboard heavy on features and light on BS.
Light, strong, and easy to ride through variable terrain, these boards were engineered for women who know how to ride but don’t want a board that’s too aggressive or unpredictable. The sidewall construction provides stability while the carbon enhanced glass and lightweight core matrix provide power and precision to the progressive freestyle female rider.
Available Lengths (cm):
146, 150, 154
SS Select core (long grain Poplar)
Form 6 Fibreglass configuration
Carbon and Kevlar stringers
High Transparent extruded base
Progressive blended sidecut
6/10 flex rating
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