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 forgiving feel of rocker. Although this series is very forgiving and promotes skill building, it is no toy. The Gnar features a wider waist width to accommodate larger boot sizes in smaller riders and the progressive geometry ensures a quicker learning curve on the hill.
This board was developed as the perfect all-around weapon for the young generation. No matter if you want to improve your abilities in the park or powder, or just cruising long turns on hardpack. This snowboard provides you with everything you need to step to the next level.
The perfectly symmetrical True Twin shape offers a balanced ride that’s equally versatile when ridden regular or switch.
The All-Terrain V2 profile comes with traditional camber between the bindings and is flat after the bindings towards nose and tail. This profile offers you a stable ride but is still more playful and forgiving than a classic camber profile.
The soft-medium flex allows for easy turning and ensures a comfortable ride through every terrain, whether it is park, powder or anything in between.
The FSC® Certified Select Core™ is a very poppy and lightweight poplar core for a uniform flex. The extruded base is very tough and offers good speed without waxing frequently. Scratches can also be repaired relatively easily. Biaxial fibreglass above and below the core is impregnated with vegetable, high-performance Magic Bean™ resin, for a durable and stable construction.
Not only do Capita produce some of the best snowboards on the market, but they do so whilst keeping their impact on the planet as low as possible. Their hydro powered production facility, known as The Mothership, lets out zero (that's right ZERO) harmful emission setting a new standard for environmentally friendly boards. Their goal is to keep the spirit and joy of snowboarding alive for generations to come. We hope to see more companies follow in their footsteps.