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Capita Navigator Snowboard

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Navigator Snowboard

Riding the right board on a deep powder day can be the difference between a miserable morning of being wet and cold, and the most epic day of riding of your life. The Capita Navigator Snowboard is here to steer you towards the epic days. With its floaty profile and tapered directional shape, this board is designed to effortlessly stay on top of the deepest, fluffiest snow you'll encounter, so you can spend your day popping pillows and slashing through trees instead of cartwheeling through snow and getting stuck in flats. 

A big rockered nose and sinking tapered tail keep your tip up with minimal effort, so you don't have to call it early on account of back leg-burn. A large flat area from the front foot to the tail offers stability when taking down technical lines and shredding firmer snow, and the parabolic sidecut offers aggressive carving power so you can still rip up the resort when all the snow's tracked out. Carbon Fiber Beams channel energy for explosive pow slashes while keeping the board ultralight. If you're looking for a lean, mean, powder-slashing machine, then you've found it in the Navigator.

  • Explosive powder stick that's built for the steep and deep
  • Flat profile with rockered nose blends float and stability
  • Tapered directional shape lifts nose up in pow
  • Parabolic sidecut carves hard and holds a mean edge
  • Carbon Fiber Beams channel energy and response
  • Light and strong core from sustainably-harvested woods
  • Holysheet fiberglass for more dynamic ride
  • Quantum Drive base is extra-dense for durability
  • Item #CPT008Y

Length
147cm, 151cm, 155cm, 158cm, 161cm, 164cm
Profile
Alpine V4
Shape
directional
Flex
medium (6 out of 10 on Capita's scale)
Effective Edge
[147cm] 1044mm, [151cm] 1072mm, [155cm] 1100mm, [158cm] 1122mm, [161cm] 1144mm, [164cm] 1165mm
Waist Width
[147cm] 241mm, [151cm] 245mm, [155cm] 252mm, [158cm] 256mm, [161cm] 260mm, [164cm] 264mm
Sidecut Radius
[147cm] 7.3 / 6.2 / 7.3m, [151cm] 7.5 / 6.4 / 7.5m, [155cm] 7.9 / 6.8 / 7.9m, [158cm] 8.1 / 7 / 8.1m, [161cm] 8.3 / 7.2 / 8.3m, [164cm] 8.5 / 7.4 / 8.5m
Stance Width
[147cm] 23.2in, [151cm, 155cm] 24.2in, [158cm, 161cm] 25.2in, [164cm] 26.2in
Mount
4-hole
Core
FSC-Certified Dual
Laminate
triax/biax HolySheet, Magic Beans resin
Sidewalls
full ABS1000
Edge
360-degree steel
Base
Quantum Drive
Recommended Rider Weight
[147cm] 90-140lb, [151cm] 110-160lb, [155cm] 130-190lb, [158cm] 150-200lb, [161cm] 160-210lb, [164cm] 170-220lb+
Recommended Use
all-mountain snowboarding, freeride/powder snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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>Rating:

2019 Navigator clinic video

>Rating: 5

True to the Name

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The Navigator is easy to maneuver and turn, big slash turns. This will take you right down that sneaky side pow. Fluffy pow, wet pow, deep pow, even a hard carve through the dust on crust in between, the Navigator will show you the way.

>Rating: 5

affordable pow board

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The Navigator is a softer directional tapered board. Reverse camber in the nose, along side the tapered shape, make this an incredible powder board. The side cut is also way fun on the Navigator. A parabolic sidecut is deep in between your feet and is super fun to carve turns. If you are looking for a fun, affordable powder board, but don't want to buy into all the drastic shapes out there, the Navigator is for you. This is slowly becoming my daily driver as I evolve into more free riding and powder boarding each season. Take this board on your next trip or adventure to a new mountain, you'll be stoked.

I’m not new to snowboarding I’ve probably gone 25-30 times plus I skateboard really well . I’m going to be using this up in little cottonwood utah this season . Would it be ok to use it as my all around board ? I’ve always rented a board or borrowed one from my friend thanks for your input

>Rating: 5

Surfy fun

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

The navigator is what I would call a FUN directional board. It is amazing in the powder, but the sidecut rails carves on groomers. Overall the flex of the board isn't very stiff so its easy to maneuver and have tons of fun on. Since it is softer it doesn't require a pro to ride it and is happy under the beginners feet along with the experienced rider who doesn't want the most aggressive board anymore. The directional shape with the long nose keeps it above the powder with no problems, and is perfect for the rider who is always searching for the hidden stash of soft stuff but requires riding the mountain to get there.