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Capita Children of The Gnar Snowboard 2019-2020

by Capita
$ 349.95
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Kid's All Mountain Snowboard

Designed as a “tween-age” destroyer, these boards form a bridge between the boys and the men. It’s here where the kids start riding better than their parents if that hasn’t happened already. Inspired by the award-winning DOA series, the Children of the Gnar features a next-generation hybrid camber design that delivers the pop and response of a camber board with the predictability of reverse camber. New for 2019, the Gnar boasts an upgraded XXX[TRUDED]TM base. Although this series is very forgiving and promotes skill building, it is no toy. The Children of the Gnar is the go anywhere, do anything freestyle deck for young shredders during those in-between years.

Camber Type-

Our RESORT V1 Profile boards take full advantage of the benefits of tradi- tional camber, zero camber, and reverse camber. This next generation design allows you to get the pop and response of a cambered board with all the predictability and easy turn initiation of zero camber or reverse camber shapes.

Snowboard Features

SC® CERTIFIED SELECT CORETM

Poppy lightweight core with no irregularities for uniform flex and consistency.

SPECIAL BLEND FIBERGLASS + MAGIC BEANTM RESIN

Custom weighted Biaxial top / Biaxial bottom = increased strength and durability. Impregnated with reformulated, high performance plant based MAGIC BEANTM RESIN.

NEW!XXX[TRUDED]TM BASE

Extruded under high pressure resulting in a super hard, and extremely durable surface. This is no ordinary extruded base.

  • MultitechTM Level 2 DeepSpaceTM Silkscreen + PAM16000TM Topsheet
  • Sublimation Base
  • 360 Degree HRC48 Steel Edges
  • Full ABS1000 Sidewalls
  • Stainless Steel 4 x 2 Inserts

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