With legendary status as an all-terrain slayer, The CAPiTA Black Snowboard of Death leans toward the mountain side of riding with a custom-designed rockered nose, a subtle 5mm tapered tail, and positive camber through the mid-section. This allows for tons of pop, insane control, and ﬂotation in powder — making you a better snowboarder in variable terrain and changing conditions. The 2016/17 model features a lower tip height, stronger ﬂex pattern, and an elongat-ed positive camber section. Combined with the Hover Core™, NANO-Carbon forks, and an Olympic level NANO-Carbon Race Base™, The Black Snowboard of Death stands as one of the most advanced snowboards available.
The Warpspeed integrates key shaping attributes from two of our award winning series into a dedicated wide model. Built for the big guy that rides in a big way, these decks have a progressive sidecut inspired by the Supernova and the mountain camber profile from The Black Snowboard of Death. The construction DNA is Warpspeed specific, with chatter reducing Forged Carbon tips and our refined OMEGA MARK II™ high-speed base, the result is a powerful board that carves hard, floats in powder, and is ready to manhandle any terrain.
This right here is the switchblade of powder boards. It’s quick, maneuverable, and it will slash the backcountry like none other. While many great powder boards are large and surfy, the Kazu Kokubo Pro comes in a compact chassis with a powder nose and a slightly tapered tail. It unleashes maximum power from the Panda Core™ with Bamboo Power Rods™ and is loaded with high-end construction components like Engineered Carbon Arcs and an all new Omega Mark II™ high-speed sintered base.
As a 2016 Transworld Good Wood Award winner, the Mercury series has little competition. Renown for all-terrain versatility, the Mercury has been designed for power when you want it and float when you need it. Featuring all new Engineered Carbon Arcs and a bomber Panda Core™ with Bamboo Power Rods, this board’s durability and ollie power is next-level. From pow and kickers to narrow chutes and laps around the park, this all-terrain monster will get you into and out of every possible situation.
The Asymmetrical Twin is the latest addition to the Spring Break line up. We wanted to create a shape that matched the unique tip and tail contours of the di-rectional powder boards while still maintaining the versatility of a twin park board. The Shovelhead tip shape is a pleasure to grab and tweak as well as ﬂoat over any terrain. The toe-side edge offers a smooth radial sidecut, while the heel-side edge features a New Age Directional sidecut with Death Grip™. Good luck taking your eyes off this board with a full top sheet portrait of our ﬁrst Spring Break muse, photographed by Corey’s good bud, photographer and jet setting hedonist Andrew Kuykendall.
With respect given to the path of progressive snowboarding, the Volcom Pat Moore Pro features a classic true-twin, radial sidecut, 100% traditional camber, time-tested freestyle shape. With a Powershift Dual Core™ and two 30 mm Carbon Fiber Beams working in conjunction with positive camber, this board is all about ollie power and stability from a highly maneuverable board. Whether you’re poppin’ ollies off of a mogul or ready to send it off a Superpark jump like Mr. Plant himself, you can trust that you’ll have a lot of fun on the Volcom Pat Moore Pro.
This cult favorite is known as one of the best powder specific boards in the world. It’s so good in powder that it’s borderline cheating. Have you ever had a moment when you rode out of a landing proud and stoked while thinking to yourself, “Damn, I can’t believe I just landed that!!”? Well, get ready because with Charlie Slasher that is a common occurrence. Featuring a smooth sidecut flowing into a sinking 22 mm tapered tail, the wide-frame rockered nose naturally floats above deep snow and transforms tiring powder days into long-lasting, incredible ones. Do you want to run C.Slasher as a split-board? Now you can with a new reforestation certified sustainable Touring Core featuring a split-ready ABS sidewall down the centerline. This allows you to split your board for the ascent and still have full ABS sidewalls on the newly exposed sides, eliminating potential water damage and maintaining your board’s structural integrity.
The Defenders of Awesome series has a big reputation and these boards back it up. And when we say they back it up, we mean they back to back to back it up — and then they back it up again. As winners of the most coveted design award in snowboarding four years in a row, this highly sought after series now has won a Transworld Good Wood Award every single year of its existence. Let’s talk about being undefeated. It’s one of the best in the game and has the accolades to prove it. The DOA features a next-generation hybrid camber design, which delivers the pop and response of a camber board with the predictability of reverse camber. This truly is the go anywhere, do anything freestyle deck.
The Outerspace Living series feature a true-twin freestyle shape blended with a hybrid camber profile built for freeriding. Insipired by the award winning Mercury series, positive camber lies underfoot for power reten-tion while the nose and tail are elevated to help the board swim through powder and variable conditions. Forgiving when you want them to be, but strong enough to handle sticky situations, these decks excel when one board is asked to handle the in-bounds features of a resort and side-country conditions as well.
One of the best urban and park boards in the game got even better for 2016. With a new RFC Sustainable Select Core, and proven Bitter End Deflection Tuning on the tip and tail, this Transworld Good Wood Award winner just keeps getting stronger. Featuring a throwback blunted shape with a shorter tip and tail for decreased swing weight, the Horrorscope allows you to size down without losing any performance. Team ridden, team designed, and the #1 selling board in CAPiTA history is a must-have deck for your quiver.
One of the most decorated snowboarders of this decade, Jess Kimura has swept the Transworld Snowboarding Rider’s Poll Awards multiple times. Jess has made her mark not only on women’s snowboarding, but on snowboarding itself. Her fan base crosses genders and is comprised of riders from all spectrums of the sport who appreciate her gritty, sincere and hell-bent approach. For 2016, we’ve added a 150 size and upgraded the Jess Kimura Pro with a new resin system and a durable Wax Infused Enduro Base™. The shaping theo-ries and construction reﬂect the durability and maneuverability required for her passion and your progression.
One of the most popular womens series in the industry, the do-anything, go-anywhere Birds of a Feather is here to change your riding forever. This hybrid-camber, all-terrain destroyer inspired Jess Kimura’s Pro Model designs, as well as won the Transworld Good Wood and Snowboard Mag Platinum Pick awards. Loaded with key upgrades for 2016, the Birds of a Feather series now feature reﬁned Fortress™ Kevlar Bound Sidewalls for extra durability and an upgraded Enduro™ Base that’s fast and easy to care for. With eight sizes to choose from, the Birds of a Feather is suitable for a wide range of riders and is ready to take your snowboarding to new heights.
Designed as a women’s version of the Outerspace Living series, these perfectly balanced all-terrain freeride boards are stable, supportive, and poppy—yet forgiving and easy to ride at the same time. Featuring camber underfoot for controlled turns and a rockered nose and tail that ﬂoats in powder, the Paradise rides above the choppy stuff life can throw at you. With the true twin-tip design lines of a freestyle board and the camber theory of a freeride board, these boards offer conﬁdent ride-ability every girl will love.
The Micro-Scope is the perfect board for kids getting their first experiences in the snowboarding game. It features a unique convex shape with edges that are raised off the snow, so smaller riders (and their parents) won’t have to worry about catching an edge — keeping kids stoked and progressing for years to come. The construction makes for a lightweight and durable board, allowing kids to play on fun stuff like park jumps, bumps, boxes, and any freestyle terrain. Snappy, soft, and designed with a slight reverse camber shape, they’re everything you’ve come expect from a CAPiTA in a simplified, scaled-down version.