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Capita Neo Slasher Splitboard

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    Neo Slasher Splitboard

    Capita's cult favorite Slasher got the factory split treatment in the form of the Neo Slasher Splitboard. This directional freeride board has long been a favorite choice of powder seekers, and this split version is for those who like a little more solitude with their powder quests. A healthy dose of camber underfoot provides stability in steep terrain or when shifting the board from fourth to fifth gear, while a generous rockered tip helps keep the nose riding high through deep powder conditions. Carbon Beams from the front foot to the nose channel energy for explosive pow slashes and powerful edge control, and the new Hyperdrive sintered base keeps you flying over flat spots all the way back to the car.

    • Splitboard based on the standard cult-favorite Slasher board
    • Stiff flexing delivers power, stability, and response
    • Mid-body camber with flat tail and rocker nose adds float and power
    • Lightweight, poppy wood core keeps the feel lively underfoot
    • Carbon fiber beams increase power and response
    • Holysheet fiberglass adds power and a dynamic performance
    • New Hyperdrive base is durable and super-fast
    • Item #CPT008S

    Tech Specs

    Length
    154cm, 158cm, 161cm, 164cm
    Profile
    Alpine V2
    Shape
    directional
    Flex
    stiff (7 out of 10 on Capita's scale)
    Effective Edge
    [154cm] 1168mm, [158cm] 1207mm, [161cm] 1231mm, [164cm]1253mm
    Waist Width
    [154cm] 250mm, [158cm] 256mm, [161cm] 258mm, [164cm] 261mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [154cm] 8.8m, [158cm] 9.1m, [161cm] 9.3m, [164cm] 9.5m
    Stance Width
    [154cm, 158cm] 24.8in, [161cm] 25.2in, [164cm] 25.8in
    Core
    FSC-certified Elevate Split Core
    Laminate
    Holysheet Tri/Tri + Magic Bean resin
    Sidewalls
    full ABS1000
    Edge
    360-degree steel
    Base
    Hyperdrive
    Base Color
    Swap (alternating)
    Recommended Rider Weight
    [154cm] 110-160lb, [158cm] 140-190lb, [161cm] 150-200lb, [164cm] 170-220lb+
    Recommended Use
    backcountry snowboarding, freeride/powder snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Good affordable rig

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    My favorite thing about the Neo Slasher split board is that it is shaped after one of Capita's best selling powder boards that is no longer available in their line. The Charlie Slasher. I love Capita's Charlie Slasher, it is one of the best shapes I have ever ridden. The Neo Slasher is the same shape with some added camber under foot to help with Skin engagement on the snowpack while climbing. The taper thru the tail and side cut are what make this such a fun ride down. I also like the price, quite a bit more affordable then boards my buddies are running.

    Good up and down

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    To say this board rides well is an understatement. Anyone that has ridden a Charlie Slasher, which is the shape this board was based on, would agree in a heartbeat. Its super tapered design with a big reverse camber nose floats effortlessly in the deep stuff, which means you don't have to work nearly as hard after a hugely tiring ascent. The difference with the Neo slasher vs the old Charlie shape is the Neo has camber through the mid section into the tail. This allows for a super good grip while skinning as it maintains the most amount of contact with the snow possible. The other short, and full reverse camber split boards on the market can ride great down hill also, but I've found they struggle a lot more on difficult and icy skin tracks.