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Our test crew highly recommend the Capita Jess Kimura. A playful and responsive stick that holds its own on the groomers and in powder snow.

Level
Advanced, Expert, Recreational
Flex Rating
4
Terrain
Park
Best for
Any level of female rider that wants a fun snowboard to lap the park as well as the groomers.
Price
£340
Season
2016/17
Versatility
8
Boxes & rails
10
Jibbing
10
Value
9
Kickers
9
Pipe
9
Overall Score
8

Named after one of the most successful pro-snowboarders in the business, the Capita Jess Kimura needs to be good - and it is.

It doesn't matter whether you're are starting out in the world of freestyle, or a full-time pro, this is a fairly easy board to ride as it's so soft, responsive and effortless. Designed fundamentally for urban snowboarding, it locks in onto rails and has a suburb buttery feel for jibbing.

The Jess Kimura has a wavy hybrid profile with traditional camber underfoot to give stability at speed - it ploughs through uneven terrain, with a rocker at either end for forgiveness, especially when your landings get washed out. This is all enhanced by two carbon beams that run down lengthways through the board. Being true twin and symmetrical, the board is great for riding switch.

As with many of the freestyle boards, this is not just a simple Jib stick and is great for hitting the groomers and makes for a lovely floaty ride in powder. The new wax infused Enduro base gives the board durability along with the Canadian Maple dual core.

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