Designed as a bridge between kids and adult snowboards, the Children of the Gnar from Capita is a "tween-age" destroyer, it's here where the kids start riding better than their parents if that hasn't happened already. Taking inspiration from the industry award-winning Defenders of Awesome (DOA) series, this snowboard features a next-generation hybrid camber design which delivers the pop and response of traditional camber with the forgiving nature of a reverse camber. All of this means that your young one will be able to carve hard on-piste, pop higher in the park and float better on powder than ever before.
This complicated hybrid camber profile features traditional camber between the feet 5cm past the binding inserts for stability and edge hold blended into flat camber before reverting out in the tip and tail with revese camber. This kind of tech is rarely seen in youth boards and is one of the reasons the Children of the Gnar is such a highly revered board within the industry.
The Gnar sees an upgrade for 2019, with a new extruded base for extra durability and wax retention. Mistakes happen on the hill (and off it), and this super-tough base is designed to withstand the demands of teen ownership with ease. It's a snowboard that is very forgiving yet promotes technique building, and will benefit anyone looking to build on their technical riding abilities. It's a forgiving ride when you need it to be thanks to the reverse camber, but rewards turns with good technique by holding an edge superbly.
The Children of the Gnar from Capita is the go anywhere, do anything freestyle deck for any young shredder who is currently in those "in-between" years.