Capix Swift

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The Capix Swift is a lightweight true twin snowboard that will easily handle riding all over the mountain, from the park to the trees. The Contact Flat Camber profile gives you solid edge hold, with smooth turns and better float in powder thanks to the rocker nose and tail. The Carbon X Stringers give the board extra response, and the Urethane sidewalls are made to take a beating when you are learning new tricks. If you are looking for a board to take your riding up to the next level, the Swift is it!

Key Features

Rider Level: Beginner - Intermediate

Board Type: All Mountain Freestyle

Camber Type: Contact Flat Camber

The flat profile between your feet gives you a solid and stable platform, while the eraly ride rocker on the nose and tail makes smooth and easy.

Flex: 4/10 (1 = soft, 10 = stiff)

A soft-mid flex for big presses, easy turns, and playful riding all over the mountain.

Shape: True Twin

Constructed exactly the same tip to tail, this board is designed to provide consistent performance when riding in both switch and regular.

Core: FSC Certified 20mm Bombproof Poplar Core

The sustainably sourced Forestry Stewardship Council poplar wood core is strong, lightweight and gives you a smooth flexing ride.

45 Degree Biax - Two directions of fibers give the board a smooth and consistent flex.

Supercush Urethane Sidewall - Urethane sidewalls give you top level absorption from vibrations, and can handle big impacts from freestyle riding.

Base: IS 4800 Extruded Base

The tough and reliable base doesn't need much maintenance, and is easy to repair if you do damage it.

Mounting Pattern: 2x4 Inserts

Size Chart
Length Waist Width (mm) Nose / Tail Width (mm) Sidecut (m) Weight Range (kg)
149cm 250 286 7.4 49 - 68
152cm 254 289 7.5 57 - 75
155cm 256 293 7.6 61 - 88
157cm 258 296 7.7 66+

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