|Type:||Freeride, Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Core:||RFC Sustainable Core|
|Base:||Sintered, Wax Infused Rotation Sintered Speed Base|
|Stance Setback:||1.2 cm|
|Recommended Use:||Advanced, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||2 Year|
Description: Capita NAS Wide Snowboard
With so many different camber theories in the market today it can get confusing trying to find the right
one. We have talked to many riders around the world that, rightfully so, just want what they know and
love. They want the shape they learned to ride on, and eventually learned to rip on. A board that''s powerful,
stable, predictable, and flat out charges. Comfortable and stable out of the box while still quick edge
to edge, these boards can handle anything the mountain can dish out. And, with a price tag hundreds of
dollars less than its Transworld Top Ten Good Wood Award peers, these boards are undeniably the best
high performance product for the price, industry wide.
- RFC Sustainable Core
- Special Blend EVO Tech Fiberglass Configuration
- 2x20mm Carbon + Kevlar Beams
- Black Fleece Additive
- Wax Infused Rotation Sintered Speed Base
- Die Cut + Silkscreen Combo Base Graphics
- PLT Topsheet Technology
- 360 Degree Steel Edges
- 4x2 Inserts
- Aluminum Logo Base Inlay
- Flex: 7
- Traditional Camber
|Effective Edge (cm)||122.6||124.5||126.8|
|Tip Width (cm)||30.30 / 30.30||30.50 / 30.50||30.90 / 30.90|
|Tail Width (cm)||30.30 / 30.30||30.50 / 30.50||30.90 / 30.90|
|Waist Width (cm)||25.8||26||26.4|
|Sidecut (m)||8.30 – 7.80||8.50 – 7.90||8.90 – 8.40|
Camber is great for all types of terrain, form the park to pow, camber offers the most amount of pop, aggressiveness, and stability of all the different profile shapes.
Before I can answer whether or not you should get a more "high tech" snowboard, I need to know a few things... What type of terrain do you ride on the most; park, groomers, or powder? What your skill level; beginner, intermediate, or advanced? What kind of feel do you want the board to have; playful like a dune buggy or aggressive like a race car?
The Capita NAS Snowboard is bringing back to snowboarding what is great. A board that's designed simply for the fact of pure enjoyment across a wide range of terrain styles. The NAS is a meat and potatoes type board that speaks to the true sole of snowboarding.
Both the Burton Cartel and the Union Factory bindings are great. The bindings are responsive, comfortable, and can handle any type of terrain you get into.
Although it's a tough call, I'd go with the Burton Cartel Snowboard Bindings. There's a countless amount of adjustability, and it'll be easier to find parts anywhere in the world, if you happen to break something (Burton's warranty department is great). The Factory has a thicker and more plush looking ankle strap, but I find that the Cartel ankle strap fits better over a wider range of boots. In addition to that, the Burton Gettagrip Capstrap can't get any better.