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Spend lightly and carry a big stick.

Capita knows that you don't need expensive carbon fiber topsheets and other space-age technologies to deliver the pop and power that you crave in a board. The Thunderstick Snowboard uses good old fashioned camber and a lively poplar wood core to give you what you want without putting a big dent in your finances.

While other boards employ expensive additives and questionable technologies to make up for the lack of pop and power inherent in their rocker and hybrid shapes, the Thunderstick uses traditional camber to get the job done without any gimmicks. Form 6 biax fiberglass keeps it loose enough for pressing and buttering, while a lightweight poplar core adds snap and liveliness. The extruded base is easy to repair after you ding it up on the rail line in the park.

  • Traditional camber
  • Twin shape
  • Form 6 fiberglass configuration
  • SS Select core
  • Extruded base
  • PLT topsheet technology
  • Note: colors and graphics on diecut bases vary; we can’t guarantee what one you’ll get

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My bare foot is 28cm, and i usually ride...

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My bare foot is 28cm, and i usually ride at a 10 or 15 degree stance. Would this board be wide enough for my foot?

5 5

Toughest board on the market

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This board took literally everything I threw at it. I ran over rocks, pavement, stumps, logs rails boxes and over many other skis and this board still looks like ive only ridden it once. Ive also ran it into walls,mand everything I said above, and have taken the nose straight int the ground, and it has not even been deformed. I rode this board at least 100 times this year, and inwont be getting a new one unless it breaks( which it never will) I will now always ride capita.

5 5

That New, new

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Knew I had to get this board. I rode the stairmaster for years, but became upset and quit riding it when the core was replaced with a core that was not full wood. So, basically my understanding was that this was essentially a the new revamped stairmaster (full wood-core!). This board has proven to be just that - a softer, regular camber board for the park, with the ability to go all mountain. First off, I love regular camber, and I will not ride it on anything else besides perhaps a Charlie Slasher (I?m a huge Capita fan) on a pow day. But, basically the camber on this thing is the shit. That full wood core gives it a perfectly-not-too soft nose to tail flex, but the camber keeps the stability and pop that I need. I usually rode this board in the park, towards the end of last season, but did get some days all around the mountain, one of which was an off-guard powder day. I would break it down like this: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for rails, small jumps and park features, RECOMMENDED for cruising the mountain in most conditions AND if its gonna be real deep then you should be riding your powder stick *cough* Charlie Slasher *cough* - That being said this Thunderstick held its own in the pow just fine - the camber kept me from completely washing out on deep landings

I rode this board at Brighton last season and at Mt. Hood this summer. Powder, hard-pack, extreme NW slush - this thing pretty much killed it in every condition - and for $340, with that graphic? are you kidding me?! no body here can be mad.

I?m 5?10? and 160 lbs and rode a 153, this thing has gotten broken in to be a pretty flexy regualr camber board.

P.S. That shape looks like it is directly out of the old video game 1080!

5 5

thunder stick is thunder struck

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

this new thunderstick is the perfect twin park board for some one who likes
to hit all jibs and jumps. this board is cambered, mellow camber, 4mm.
it's got a super fun, smooth flex since it's a full poplar core. much lighter under foot then previous stair master model. pair this up with a union flite binding and you will have an effortless set up to devour the park all season.