2017 Capita Kazu Kokubo Pro Snowboard



Size: 157

Availability: Out of stock



2017 Capita - Kazu Kokubo Bro Snowboard

This right here is the switchblade of powder boards. It’s quick, maneuverable, and it will slash the backcountry like none other. While many great powder boards are large and surfy, the Kazu Kokubo Pro comes in a compact chassis with a powder nose and a slightly tapered tail. It unleashes maximum power from the Panda Core™ with Bamboo Power Rods™ and is loaded with high-end construction components like Engineered Carbon Arcs and an all new Omega Mark II™ high-speed sintered base.

Rocker Type: Reverse / Positive Camber

Flex: 6/10 -Mid Flex

Core: PANDA CORE™ Super lightweight core with bamboo power rods.

Laminate: Multitech™ Level 5 DeepSpace™ Silkscreen + PAM16000™ Topsheet

Base: NEW! OMEGA MARK II™ High-Speed Base Evolution driven by the need for speed.

Edges:  360 Degree Steel Edges

Top sheet:  PLT Topsheet Technology™

Binding Compatibility: Standard

Please Note: Sizes may have alternate colour ways for bases and top sheets. This will be displayed by varying images, please ensure you have selected the correct snowboard by looking at the descriptions above the image.

In Japanese culture, an enso is a circle that is hand-drawn in one simple, uninhibited, brushstroke to express a moment when the mind is free to let the body create. This type of freedom is essential to Kazu Kokubo's snowboarding style. He has said that before he drops into a feature, that his mind becomes clear. He prays to his family, and as he flies through the air, he is filled with euphoria. There are four symbols vertically aligned on the topsheet of his new board. The eagle embodies individuality. The Metaphor epitomizes evolution. The Mothership represents the future. And, the enso mark symbolizes absolute enlightenment, strength, elegance, the universe, and mu — the void. The 2016 Kazu Kokubo Pro graphic explores various dimensions of the Japanese wabi-sabi perspective. Kanso: simple. Koko: weathered. Shinzen: natural. Datsuzuko: free.