Capita Neo Slasher Split 2019

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The 2019 Capita Neo Slasher was originally built for the die hard fans of Capitas' cult favourite, the Charlie Slasher. World renown for being one of the greatest powder specific boards in the world, Charile could take you from the resort, to the side country, and into the unknown. Capita took this as an opportunity to make a factory split version of the Charlie Slasher, and now introduce to you, the Neo Slasher. New for this year is an upgraded construction, new camber profile, factory split chassis, Union Binding Co hardware, and a smooth sidecut flowing into a sinking 22mm tapered tale. Float naturally above the snow and enjoy long lasting powder days for years to come.

Key Features

Board Type: Freeride / Powder

Camber Type: Mountain Split Profile

Featuring a mid-body camber with a flat tail and reverse cambered nose. The Mountain Split Profile provides more control on the ascent when split, while maximising floatation and turning power on the way down.

Flex: 7/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

Stiff enough to plow through the powder and hold a strong edge, yet still forgiving when you need it.

Shape: Directional

Built specifically for deep powder riding.

The long awaited, and FS

Core: FSC Certified Elevate Split Core

Base: Hyperdrive NC12 Sintered Base

Exclusively formulated, sintered, ultra-high molecular weight, ultra high density polyethylene, custom engineered with special additives. Pretty much, this base goes FAST.


Board Lengths: 154cm, 158cm, 161cm, 164cm

Board Taper: 22mm

Waist Width:

(154cm) 250mm

(158cm) 259mm

(161cm) 258mm

(164cm) 260mm

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