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For small shredders with big attitudes.

Every future ripper has to start somewhere, and we think the backyard, your newly-crafted redwood deck railing, school bleachers, and living room are perfect. The Capita Kids' Micro-Scope Snowboard may be small, but the level of urban and park destruction your youth will produce when shredding this soft-flexing jib-stick is huge.
  • WDT (Wood Derived Technology) utilizes wood composite materials for a super-soft, jib-specific flex
  • Convex design raises the edges off the snow to reduce catch on rails, boxes, and anything else the kid will slide
  • Slight rocker shape helps give rippers float in powder, reduces chance for edge-catch, and gives the board a smooth, buttery feel

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my height is 4,9 and i weight 75 pounds...

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my height is 4,9 and i weight 75 pounds
what size board should i get

Is a kid that has been riding a traditional...

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Is a kid that has been riding a traditional camber board without the convex bottom going to have control issues with the Micro-Scopes up turned catch free edges? Is this board meant more for first timers that dont really know how to hold edges yet?

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hey man well right now theres a reverse camber fad. reverse camber is popular to due the fact that it provides a fun, sometimes butterey ride. Now when u talk about turned up edges that also just a new feature brands have added to their boards. Turned up edges make the board basiclly catch free making it very easy to have the confidence to boardslide any rail or box without worrying about catching an edge and eating it. now ur question will he have trouble.. well it will feel different to him definetly but really i see it as being a change for the good. if he is interested in rails or boxes sick board. if he is looking to lean back and spin the flats(butter), sick board. i hope i helped mann.

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This deck was and is a total game changer to my 9 year olds shredding. My ego has been crushed because once we got him riding this deck his shredi skills started to surpass my 25 years of shred experience on the hill in less than a season. "Dad, how come you don't do back lips?" "Dad, how come I'm hitting the big lines first before you?" You know what, on second thought, don't buy your kid this deck and keep your ego in tact.

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Lucky lil gromets!

I can't believe Capita makes a kids board that's this sick for Groms that are really throwing down!
Wish I could have shredded 1 of these when I was a Grom.