|Core:||RFC Sustainable Select Core|
|Ability Level:||Entry Level, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||2 Year|
Description: Capita Indoor Survival Snowboard
A CAPiTA Classic, the Indoor Survival has been the go-to board in and out of the park for a wide range of riders. For 2014, the series is re-engineered from the ground up for a modern spin on a timeless deck. Updated tip and tail shapes give the board better swing weight, increased durability, distinct look that draws attention in the lift line. Featuring our Freestyle FK reverse camber configuration and a new RFC Sustainable wood core, these Transworld Top Ten Good Wood Award winners are some of the best-selling board in CAPiTA's history.
- RFC Sustainable Select Core
- Special Blend EVO Tech Fiberglass Configuration
- 2 x 20mm Carbon + Kevlar Beams
- XXX[truded] Base
- Level 7 Metallic DeepSpace Silkscreen Topsheet
- Multitech Silkscreen + Die-cut Base
- PLT Topsheet Technology
- 360 Degrees Steel Edge
- 4 x 2 Inserts
- Titanal Base Inlay
|Effective Edge (cm)||112.80||113.25||115.47||116.95||118.12|
|Tip Width (cm)||28.50||28.60||29.20||29.60||29.80|
|Tail Width (cm)||28.50||28.60||29.20||29.60||29.80|
|Waist Width (cm)||24.2||24.3||24.8||25.1||25.3|
got 2 questions here. First what's new or different with the 2015 Indoor Survival vs the 2014 one? Have they made improvements?
And second Question: debating over the DOA or the Indoor Survival, what would you recommend? I def like the Park and big hits but also will be shredding POW in japan this season. Which is better for what?? Super torn between these two.
As far as some facts on the Indoor Survival Snowboard: the concept of the 2014 and 15 are similar, however there are a number of updates and adjustments to the 2015 version. Most visually notable, the 2015 offers a new tip and tail shape. As well, the 2015 has a new RFC Sustainable Woodcore, and Titanal base inlay. Capita also claims the 2015 version has increased durability over previous years.
The Capita Indoor Survival Snowboard and the Capita Ultrafear Snowboard are both great boards. The Ultra fear will be a little more well rounded for all mountain freestyle riding because of the custom weave fiberglass (biax and triax), and Titanal reinforcements.
The posted lengths are all that we will receive for the 2015 Indoor Survival. I would imagine you could pull off the 152cm if you like the board.