The Kazu Kobuko Pro is quick, manoeuvrable, and it will slash the backcountry like none other. While many great powder boards are large and surfy, the Kazu Kokubo Pro has a compact chassis with a powder nose and high-end construction components.
Backcountry freestyle for advanced riders - Do you consider untouched powder-lines as a snowpark with unlimited possibilities? Then this board is the right choice for you.
A Tapered Directional board is the best for all-mountain freeriding. The nose is a bit wider than the tail, giving you plenty of control in any terrain. The stance is set back towards the tail, increasing the length of the nose. This makes the board more floaty.
Capita's Alpine V2 profile features mid-body camber and a rockered nose. This allows for tonnes of pop and stability on hardpack while increasing float in powder.
The medium-stiff flex provides you with a lively board that allows you to stay in control at all speeds and pop over everything.
The FCS® certified Panda Core™ is very lightweight. Enhanced with inlaid bamboo power rods, this high-density core is strong enough to meet the needs of the all-terrain rider while saving considerable weight. Amplitex V-Tech™ Amplifiers are strips of carbon and flax. These strips are running from the insert packs to the contact points, stiffening the nose and tail while dampening vibrations. The sintered Hyperdrive™ base is very fast, hard and absorbs more wax, for more durability and more speed.
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