Your first choice for all mountain domination with a main focus of riding hard and fast in the park while having the capability to really send those natural features on powder runs. The Capita Paradise provides high speed edge control with insane carvability across a diverse amount of terrain that will really remind you as to how epic a camber board really is.
Using a positive camber platform running between contact points to meet a reverse cambered tip and tail, the Paradise offers the potential for high energy release carves with a more traditional aggressive riding style. The reverse cambered tip and tail will give you plenty of float to keep your speed while Capita's mid flex rating and strategically placed, inlaid Titanal struts reduce torsional flex for enhanced stability at high speeds. With the name Paradise we can only assume was thought of when the board was found to be sending the Capita girls into true shreddable Paradise! Featuring aluminium titanal struts to add a serious level of pop and snap over features and act as a structural reinforcement, the Paradise is everything it says on the tin.
New for 2018 Capita have developed a Special Blend fiberglass using Magic Bean resin to increase the boards strength durability. Wrap this around a FSC Certified Dual core made from a combination of Beach wood and Poplar for better power delivery, then you are left with one seriously hard charging, freeride and freestyle machine.
The Capita Paradise Womens Snowboard features:
- All mountain freeride and park
- Intermediate level riders
- FSC Certified dual core
- Inlaid titanal struts
- Special blend fiberglass magic bean resin
- XXXtruded base
- Multitech Level 5 Deepspace Silkscreen + PAM1600 topsheet with metalic underlay
- Multitech Sublamination + Die cut base
- PLT Topsheet technology
- 360 Degree HRC48 steel edges
- Full ABS1000 sidewalls
- Stainless steel 4 x 2 inserts
- Titanal base inlay
- Winner of Good Wood awards
Struggling to find the right board for you? Maybe you are a little confused as to which size to pick? Take a look at out our Snowboard Buyers Guide for more information on what will be right for you!