2021 Capita Party Shark Snowboard Review
Featuring a soft flex with the forgiving Flat Out Camber and Bite Free edges for low consequence creative riding. Lotus is a stable and versatile directional twin. This is an easy choice for anyone who wants to explore all terrain freestyle riding.
Hello everybody, Chris O'Shea from WelcomeSnow.com and today we're taking a look at the Capita 2021 Party Shark.
The Party Shark is an absolute party really! Have a look at it, check it out. Bottom graphic is popping too - it says "F--k Yeah Bro!" Effin'.
Now, this top graphic, obviously pops a lot and it's pretty sick but it's really and it looks like a powder board but it's really performs well as an all-mountain board as well. So, the guy who you know, wants a really really fun stick that can do everything, you can ride this board in the park.
Apparently, it goes pretty well. But it's obviously gonna rip in Japan. It's a six out of ten flex and the tail is tapered down with this nice sort of finish on the tail. Like, gets smaller volume basically so the board will naturally sit back in powder.
It has Capita's V1 shape which is camber in the middle here that runs to just outside the inserts and then we got flat and then lifting up rocker in the back there.
So, and actually the camber in this board runs a little bit more under the back foot than the front foot which just helps with hop and stability for carving and then also when you're riding pow. And yeah this is a great board for anyone that wants to just sort of do everything from carving to riding pow.
You can definitely ride it in the park and it is probably one of my favourite graphics in the unit. So check it out 2021 Party Shark.