Invoking the spirit of the heydays when board builders created experimental shapes for riding powder, the Capita x Spring Break Sick66 Snowboard is the lovechild of Corey Smith's avant garde designs and Capita's decade plus of board building expertise. Inspired by surfing's high buoyancy shapes, the Sick66 Snowboard planes over the deepest powder imaginable with its substantial set back and highly tapered pintail shape. With 40 millimeters of taper, the Sick66 is one of the most highly tapered boards we've ever seen, helping you keep your nose up for near zero gravity float atop the world's deepest powder. No matter if you're entering the whiteroom in the Wasatch or surf slashing freshies in the Tetons, the Sick66 keeps you stoked on riding winter's white wave, not sinking beneath it. Exclusive to the Capita x Spring Break series, the Sick66's Surf Rocker offers zero camber underfoot and a Surf Rock nose and tail for insane float on bottomless days. A DynaWeave fiberglass configuration simultaneously adds strength while reducing weight for extra stability and control. Under the hood of this pow specific charger, you'll find a Surflite core that's designed exclusively for riding powder. This core is based on the surfing premise that thicker, less dense boards float with higher buoyancy, allowing you to ride on top of the snow instead of sinking in. Translated to snow specific design, Capita used a thicker core with blocked balsa wood and forged carbon reinforcements for added durability. Additionally, you'll find this collaborative board has a striking hand marbled topsheet that's unique to each individual deck for special edition appeal.