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Capita Birds of a Feather Snowboard - Women's

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    Flock to the mountains.

    Not content resting on numerous awards, the Capita Women's Birds of a Feather Snowboard takes flight as one of the premier all-terrain freestyle boards on the market, thanks to continual improvements in its design and construction. New for this year, a DS Select RFC Sustainable core offers high levels of snap, with a mid-level flex for smooth riding anywhere on the mountain. Also, the upgraded Fortress KEVLAR-bound sidewalls ensure robust durability, giving your board substantial reinforcement in the case of a rail or rock impact.

    The Birds of a Feather Snowboard features a true twin shape, making it a blast to float backside 180s into powder and spin through the jump line. Its Hybrid Camber profile is more aggressive than many hybrid-rocker profiles on the market, due to it being predominately camber. Camber runs underfoot, just 5-millimeters past the binding inserts. After the binding inserts, large flat zones (i.e. zero camber) transition into a slight rocker just before the tip and tail kicks. Ultimately, this camber-flat-rocker profile delivers the powerful edge-hold and aggressive feel of a predominately camber board, but with large flat zones for boosting ollies and stomping landings with authority. The small bit of rocker at the tip and tail increases float in deep snow, also providing a catch-free feel for pressing, buttering, and dorking around the mountain.

    The new DS Select RFC Sustainable Core is comprised of poplar wood, which delivers a ton of snap, as well as a consistently smooth flex from tip-to-tail. Beech inserts under the bindings add extra stomping power and durability where you need it most. 2x 30-millimeter carbon fiber beams boost response and liveliness while reducing chatter. And to keep you from bogging down in deep snow, this board features a highly absorbent Wax-infused Enduro base for blistering speed.

    • All-terrain freestyle destroyer that crushes the entire mountain
    • Hybrid Camber profile is aggressive for strong edgehold
    • Poplar core with beech insets adds pop and lasting durability
    • Fortress KEVLAR bound sidewalls bulk up protection
    • Carbon fiber beams increase power and response
    • Special blend biax fiberglass flexes smoothly
    • Wax-infused sintered base keeps you cooking at high speeds
    • Item #CPT004X

    Tech Specs

    140cm, 142cm, 144cm, 146cm, 148cm, 150cm, 152cm, 154cm
    Hybrid Camber
    medium-soft (4 of 10 on Capita's scale)
    Effective Edge
    [140cm] 1103mm, [142cm] 1123mm, [144cm] 1139mm, [146cm] 1155mm, [148cm] 1171mm, [150cm] 1187mm, [152cm] 1203mm, [154cm] 1218mm
    Waist Width
    [140cm] 226mm, [142cm] 229mm, [144cm] 232mm, [146cm] 235mm, [148cm] 238mm, [150cm] 241mm, [152cm] 244mm, [154cm] 247mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [140cm] 6.6 m, [142cm] 6.8 m, [144cm] 7 m, [146cm] 7.2 m, [148cm] 7.4 m, [150cm] 7.6 m, [152cm] 7.8 m, [154cm] 8 m
    DS Select RFC Sustainable (poplar, with beech alonginserts)
    Special Blend Evo Tech (biax)
    360° steel
    waxinfused Enduro
    Recommended Use
    park & freestyle, all-mountain
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    This is an awesome looking board. I ride a 152, and have been riding the same board for over 10 years. What makes it a women's board (i.e., is there a reason a man wouldn't want to ride this besides the way it looks)?