The Capita Sick Sixty Six is one of the snowboard designs by Corey Smith made for the Capita / Spring Break experiment.
The Sick Sixty Six is one of the more normal looking designs out of the Spring Break boards, which obviously comes in one size – 166cm.
It has the Surf Rocker Camber Profile, which means there is a large flat section (zero camber) from insert to insert, which then changes into surf rocker for the tip and the tail.
The surflite core is made of blocked balsa, poplar and beech, so it keeps the board, strong, light and poppy. Combined with the Dynaweave fiberglass, the board ends up with a flex rating of 6.5/10.
It has a sintered base, so it is going to have good wax absorbtion, is tough and will keep you riding fast.
Features of the Capita Sick Sixty Six 2016
- Surf Rocker Camber Profile
- Surflite Core
- Dynaweave Fiberglass Configuration
- Forged Carbon Diamond Packs
- Wax Infused Rotation Sintered Base
- Level 6-12 DeepSpace Silkscreen Topsheet
- Multitech Silkscreen + Die Cut Base
- PLT Topsheet Technology
- 360 Degree Steel Edges
- Full ABS Sidewalls
- Roll Over Topsheet Bevel
- 4×2 Inserts
- Titanal Base Inlay
- Snowboard Magazine Platinum Pick
|Size (cm)||Effective Edge (cm)||Waist Width (cm)||Nose / Tail (cm)||Sidecut Radius (m)||Max Stance (cm / in)|
|166||116.02||27.30||33.20 / 29.20||6.7||63.90 / 25.10|