Capita Jess Kimura PRO

Priced: $339.96 - $399.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Capita Jess Kimura PRO
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Reigning as Transworld Snowboarding's 2013 Women's Rider of the Year, Jess Kimura shreds everything with gusto, originality, and silky-smooth style. She needs a board that not only stands up to serious abuse, but one that is confident grinding street rails, destroying park jumps, and floating through deep powder, like the Capita Women's Jess Kimura Pro Model Snowboard. A true twin shape and Hybrid FK profile make this board a true quiver-killer, leaving your other boards collecting dust at home.
The Hybrid FK profile features camber throughout the board's mid-section, extending five centimeters past the inserts. This provides the pop, edge-hold, and response of a traditional cambered board. Beyond the cambered section, a large area of flat camber transitions into a small rockered zone, before blending into the nose and tail kicks. This combination of flat camber and rocker provides a stable landing zone, easy turn initiation, and increased float in powder.
On the inside of this board, you'll find a RFC Sustainable core, featuring full tip-to-tail poplar wood. This provides a smooth and uniform flex throughout, as there aren't any joints or knots to compromise durability and flex. Made with Special Blend Evo Tech fiberglass, this board has a biaxial fiberglass layup with structural additives for increased performance. Two carbon fiber beams run the length of the board, up until the contact points at the tip and tail. Lightweight carbon fiber reinforcement adds snap, response, and lively flex. Providing you with the necessary speed to clear jumps and flat run-outs, a Wax Infused Rotation sintered base is extremely durable and fast.

Features:

  • Wax Infused Rotation sintered base
  • True twin shape, centered stance
  • 2x carbon fiber beams
  • Positive camber mid-section, zero camber blends into rocker at nose & tail
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Make quick work of any park or freestyle sesh with the versatile Capita™ Jess Kimura Pro!
Flat Kick Technology features a Specialized Flat Kick tip and tail arcs combined with elevated reverse camber contact points to achieve the ideal tempo into turns.
RFC Sustainable Core is an eco-friendly core that provides a completely uniform pattern.
Special Blend EVO Tech is an eco-friendly wet lay-up process that uses a polyurethane based resin component requiring lower consumption of energy and yielding higher technical properties - this configuration uses an optimum blend of bi-axial glass laminated in conjunction with structural additives to customize performance objectives.
2x30mm carbon fiber beams increase power and response while remaining ultralight.
Hyrbid FK reverse camber.
Wax-infused rotation sintered speed base prevents the base from drying out and keeps the surface feeling freshly waxed throughout the door.
Silkscreen base graphics.
PLT Topsheet Technology.
360° degree steel edges.
Aluminum logo base inlay.
Made in Austria.
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Board Size:146 cm
Effective Edge:1155 mm
Flex:4
Nose/Tail Width:27.92 cm
RFC Sustainable core:full length poplar wood
Sidecut Radius:7.20 m
Special Blend Evo Tech fiberglass:biax glass with structural additives
Stace:23 cm
Waist Width:23.50 cm

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jess kimura is the real deal.
she is so deserving of a pro model board.
she has been riding capita's birds of a feather because it's hybrid camber is versatile in all freestyle conditions. jess's pro model is upgraded with a sintered base, and added carbon fleece in the construction for added durability.

Anonymous at Backcountry.com on 10/22/2013