Count on the Capita Horrorscope FK Snowboard when you want to slay rails without destroying your wallet. It has a buttery flex, forgiving profile, and twin shape to help you step up your jib game whether you're lapping the park or throwing down in the streets.
Rocker from under the bindings out to the tips gives it a loose, catch-free feel that's a blast to jib with, while a flat section between the inserts makes it stable enough to take through the jump line. Biax glass laid up at zero- and ninety-degree angles retains a soft, consistent flex while improving energy return and durability.
New this season are blunted tips that reduce swing weight and allow you to ride a slightly shorter length than before. Also new is an all-wood poplar core that increases strength and pop while still providing a smooth flex for tweaked presses. It's finished off with an HMC extruded base that's harder and tougher than standard extruded bases, yet still just as easy to repair after you ding it up.
- Flat between inserts with rocker out to tips
- Medium-soft flex
- Form 6 biax fiberglass configuration
- SS Select poplar core
- HMC extruded base
- NightVis topsheet
- Blunt tips
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Better than ever!
The horrorscope has been a staple in capita's line for quite some years now. My favorite thing about the new 2015 horrorscope is that new full wood core. The board feels livelier than ever which will help this thing take years of abuse and delivers more snap than ever before. This is what you want for hitting the streets or riding Brighton's terrain park.