Cafe Racer Snowboard


$749.00 CAD
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Unisex Snowboard


This is the Cafe Racer Snowboard by Korua.
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The Café Racer is a classic softboot carving shape, ideal for tight turns when tearing up groomers at your local resort. It’s a great board for learning how to carve, but can also handle the skills and turns of an experienced rider. Although its main focus is on carving, the Café Racer can easily be taken off-piste for some deep powder turns. If getting super low on your turns is your priority, this is the shape for you!


The tail shape of the Café Racer offers solid torsional stiffness and stability out the back, ideal for carving on groomers. The full camber profile combined with a turn-specific sidecut provides excellent grip from tip to tail, making this board ride like a train on tracks.


The Café Racer features a FULL CAMBER profile, which provides extra stability and maximum grip, as the full length of your edge lies in the snow, while still providing float and speed in soft snow due to a smooth transition into the nose area. We recommend riding this board with steeper positive binding angles and a slightly narrower stance to let the board flex more naturally under your feet.


Length (cm) 144 156 159 164
Effective Edge (mm)  *A* 1050 1150 1200 1230
Running Length (mm) 930 1030 1060 1090
Nose Width (mm)  *B* 301 308 324 328
Waist Width (mm)  *C* 252 259 269 278
Tail Width (mm)  *D* 273 289 293 305
Avg. Sidecut Radius (m) 8 8,1 8.2 8.6
Setback (mm) 20 20 20 20
Taper (mm) 28 14 31 23
Recommended Stance (cm) 54 55 55 55
Adjust. Stance Range (cm) 49-63 50-64 50-63 50-64
Board Weight (kg) 2.7 2.9 3,2 3.3
Switch Riding Doable Doable Doable Doable



Biaxial fiberglass, UV laquer topsheet, poplar light wood core, and a high-end perlatec base is the tried-and-tested combination of our durable materials we use to enable that perfect turn.


This chart shows the range in what each size can handle. It is never our intention to categorize riders and their preferences. Our philosophy of snowboarding is to try new shapes, lengths, widths, and to keep an open mind for alternative riding experiences; however, we do have some limits to consider so that your board will work as it was designed to.

Your weight plays a major role in how the board will flex, and your shoe size will affect toe and heel drag when turning. The below size chart is for reference only, as our recommendations may vary depending on your stance and riding ability.

Size (cm) Max Boot Size (EU) Max Boot Sole Length (cm) Rider Weight Range (kg) Max Rider Height (cm)
144 41 29.7 cm 40 - 60 kg 168 cm
156 44 30.4 cm 50 - 80 kg 185 cm
159 46 31.4 cm 55 - 90 kg 190 cm
164 48 32.3 cm 65 - 95+ kg 195+ cm