- Sizes: 151, 154, 157
- Flex: 5
- Profile: Flat Rocker
- Shape: True Twin
- Price: £450 / €499
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Bluebird, Capita’s Spring Break Powder Racer and Fleetwood Mac – the holy trinity of a perfect powder day. This board will keep you afloat even on the deepest of days, and ensures you’ll get that surfy feel you’ve been dreaming of.
This board is the latest edition to the Capita Spring Break collection. The Spring Break Powder Racer is designed for the pow but will also deliver when it comes to the fine art of carving. It’s got a flat profile in between the feet, for increased stability and edge hold, while the rocker section at both ends will create a nice floaty feel. Drawing inspiration from surfing, this board aims to give you the same cruisey feeling you get paddling out on the north shores of Hawaii.
“The Spring Break Powder Racer is designed for the puffy white stuff but will also deliver when it comes to the fine art of carving”
The strong, yet light, Holy Sheet Fiberglass makes the Spring Break Powder Racers very responsive without adding any extra weight to it. Making sure we’ve got some snow to surf on, Capita’s been adjusting their tech to suit the needs of mother nature better. The Magic Bean resin that’s added to the fiberglass is made out of plant-based materials, produced with zero waste or greenhouse emissions, and adds pop, power and durability to the board. Kudos for keeping it green Capita.
New for this year’s model are two things. First, the Technora + Flax boosters that function as a shock absorber, while also adding power to the board. Second, we’ve got the new powder drive base. Not only is this base new for this specific vehicle, but for the brand in general. This specific base features characteristics from both a sintered and extruded base, making it dynamic and durable, and ideal for cruising in between trees or flying fast over the flats.
The Capita Spring Break Powder Racer is engineered for endless fun. Whether you want to hit the backcountry or lay out clean carves, the quality-price ratio is on point too.