Capita Indoor Survival 2019

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Description

The 2019 Capita Indoor Survival is the most versatile board in the Capita range and has an almost cult following throughout all walks of snowboarding. The mid flex coupled with the forgiving freestyle profile camber shape make turn initiation super easy and natural, as well as allowing it to effortlessly float in powder and press and jump like some of the best park boards on the market. Normally you'd need three boards to get all these qualities, but Capita have put it all the Indoor Survival, their beginner to expert friendly swiss army knife of a snowboard.


Key Features

Board Type: Park Laps and Everywhere Else

Camber Type: New Age Profile

Overall a positive camber profile, with small sections of zero camber at the contact points. The zero camber sections give you more control and less catch, while the camber gives you power, pop and strong edge hold.

Flex: 5/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

Great Medium flex that can hit big jumps, press rails and ride all over the mountain.

Shape: Twin

Built for multi directional riding, spinning and jibbing. Ride it forwards, backwards or upside down.

Core: FSC Certified Dual Core

A core comprised of poppy lightweight Poplar along with beech for enhanced powder and durability.

Base: Superdrive

The UHMWPE base is tough, fast, soaks up wax and keeps you moving quickly.

Additional Features:

Inlaid Titanal Struts - 4 Hardened Aluminium alloy channels laid strategically in the core for structural reinforcement.

SIZE CHART

Board Lengths: 150cm, 152cm, 154cm, 156cm

Stance Set Back: 0mm

Waist Width:

(150cm) 242mm

(152cm) 243mm

(154cm) 248mm

(156cm) 251mm

Recommended Rider Weight:

(150cm) 52-88kg

(152cm) 55-90kg

(154cm) 57-92kg

(156cm) 60-95kg

  • Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
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