UPDATE: Check out our review of the CAPiTA Scott Stevens Mini Snowboard for 2020/2021 by clicking here.
- Sizes: 120, 125, 130, 135
- Flex: 3
- Profile: FlatRock
- Shape: True Twin
- Price: £200
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Take a couple of minutes to try and think of a rider who is more creative, innovative and consistent than Scotty Stevens. It’s nigh on impossible. Capita needed to create a board to keep up with his sickeningly stylish riding and his limitless idea bank. If your little cruiser is looking to up their game, whether it’s park-based playing or partying on piste the Scott Stevens Mini is a mountain maverick built for progression and non-stop good times.
“When you’re trying to lock down those rad rail manoeuvres you’ll get a little helping hand from the uplifts so you’ll be confidently jibbing in no time”
The mostly flat base is gonna have Junior feeling super solid and stable whilst cruising piste and ripping up groomers. It’ll also be rock solid when progressing up to boxes, and the rockered tip and tail will leave you with a catch free, easy going feel. So when you’re trying to lock down those rad rail manoeuvres you’ll get a little helping hand from the uplifts so you’ll be confidently jibbing in no time.
When you’re pressing and buttering around like old Sleepy, you’ll want to have a softer flex, especially in the tip and tail and that’s what Capita have delivered. Simply shift your weight over the tail and you’ll be wheelie-ing into the sunset.
Generally speaking, we try to avoid the rocks whilst snowboarding, but it doesn’t always work out in our favour. Capita have used an easy-to-repair extruded base, so you’re free to focus on having fun rather than worrying about taking chunks out of the bottom.
Lightweight woods make up the core, so when you’re carting Junior’s board to and from the car, you won’t be left too tired to keep up with them for the rest of the day.