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Capita witch doctors want you to strike fear in the souls of other park rats. So they conjured the Horrorscope FK Snowboard to let you ollie so high you’ll leave all the bros shivering in pools of their own weaksauce. There’s no doubt everyone will accuse you of selling your soul to the devil but that’s just because they don’t know about Capita’s reverse camber and Flat Kick technologies. Don’t miss the chance to ride this jib-stick of doom.
  • SS Core is tip-to-tail wood which provides even flex, a damp ride, and plenty of pop
  • Form 6 Fiberglass configuration consists of the highest quality biaxial fiberglass placed on the base and top of the board for faster turn initiation and super pop.
  • Extruded Base material is easy to maintain and excels in park environments
  • Flat Kick Technology utilizes a flat base in between your feet and Reverse Camber in the tip and tail for easy turning, high speed stability, and unreal pop

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I just picked up one of these, but im torn...

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I just picked up one of these, but im torn between bindings. I do mostly park and jibbing, but every so often ill hit up some back country powder. Should I get the union contacts or the forces?

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get the forces they will handle the backcountry but still be sweet in the park

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The Forces are more of a freestyle binding, while the Contacts are just more of an all around binding, basically dont have a set position on the mountain, i would go with the forces, they are just for freestyle, which basically means, all mountain freestyle, Park on Slope, u can shred it all :) Forces FTW! :)

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Dudes got it wrong. Forces are a great all round binding, they are more responsive and slightly "stiffer". Contacts are pure jib binders, they are very soft and forgiving, a perfect match for a horrorscope. You cant go wrong with either, if you are not used to s soft/damp binder, got with forces.

5 5

Horr-ificly Rad

Capita nailed reverse camber with their Flat Kick. The zero camber on the Horrorscope between the inserts keep the board from being squirily while the kicked up tip and tail make pressing and turning effortless. Still plenty of meat to the board so kickers aren't a problem. All this for $349??? No wonder this is CAPiTA's best selling snowboard and a Transworld Snowboarding Good Wood snowboard winner for 2010!

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should i get horrorscope or indoor survival...

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should i get horrorscope or indoor survival fk?

5 5

fun fun fun...

after a season on it, and after getting used to capita's FK RC and the way the horrorscope rides (and also giving the board a full detune), i no longer have any problems with the hookiness from the flat kicked tips at the corners of the contact points... the board is soooo buttery and ridiculously easy to throw around... the soft tips make it really forgiving for flatgrounding and general messing around, while the slightly stiffer midsection makes it decently stable outside of the park on groomers (i mean slightly stiffer relative to the tips - this thing is still hella soft compared to most other boards, and is definitely softer than the stairmaster)... the overall softness doesn't ruin its rideability for some reason like other jib sticks though... medium sized tables are no problems and i also have to add that after getting used to the different way of ollieing the horrorscope, i can't get enough of its pop... the thing boosts... it ollies so easily; no clue why, it just does... 20-30 foot tables in the park make for solid landings with no sketch... boxes/rails were super easy on this thing... hands down, my favorite thing to do on this thing is just eff around all mountain: buttering/pressing every which way, flatrgound, jibbing 'SLOW' signs and tree stumps and reverting out, butter spins, easy 1's and 3's, finding rollers and side hits and tricking off em... it's a hands down fun deck... sooo deliciously easy to ride.

5 5

epic

more pop than a soda factory, flex is absolutley perfect for doing the sickest presses ever and it is so light you can spin in and out of any jib without thinking about it. havent had a chance to hit any jumps yet so i dont really know if it is as bad as everyone says but itis sick for sure

I am a 5 feet tall girl who weighs about...

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I am a 5 feet tall girl who weighs about 105 lbs. I want a board that rides good in powder, and slush for those sucky days on the hill. DOES ANYONE HAVE SUGGESTIONS ON THE TYPE OF BOARD I SHOULD GET?! I was thinking something like the K2 Rocker... a more flexible board. Please give me suggestions.

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check out the GNU B PRO Womans Board

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capita space metal fantasy FK = super flexy park board with flat kick reverse camber, a girl's horrorscope.

5 5

SWEET!!1

I just got to finally ride my new horrorscope at brighton in Utah last week, it was sooooo legit, way fun and noodly and so easy to jib on i'm honestly not a huge jib fan, but this is so simple to do it on, its got nice pop too and is easy to spin, on. the flat kick is also just straight up awesome to butter and play around on, get this board if you want to have some fun, plus its like half the price of most boards

so are park booter out of the quesion
?

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so are park booter out of the quesion
?

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im rockin the 155 horror atm and its definatly pretttyyyy soft... medium jumps will be alright but anyhting bigger and you will wanta stiffer board

5 5

Daaayyumm son

This board is dope! Flexy, lots of pop, good price, sick graphics! It's perfect!!!

Would this board be considered an "advanced"...

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Would this board be considered an "advanced" board?

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The Horrorscope FK is actually an easy and forgiving board to ride. It combines a soft flex with pop that is perfect for jumping. Advanced? The construction process could be called that as well as any potential riders you may see on this board but it will not limit you if you are not an experienced rider. With a level base inbetween inserts and camber underfoot combined with flat kick, The Horrorscope will enable anybody who rides it. FYI, this board sold out within hours of it's release last year.

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yeah dude i rode this board this australian winter at perisher ski resort and yeah its pretty much an advanced board though with a twist its really only an advanced jib-stick unlike the dude below who said it was an advanced jumping board he's on crack it's not its's the perfect board for an intermediate to advanced jib feen but will also ride well for beginers because of the soft flex profile of the board and the rocker tech it's got just make sure wateva you do do not buy this board to jump especially if ya wanna hit big jumps it just aint gonna work out well for ya ok...

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definately go with forces i have em in white they look super sick and out preform all of the bindings that i have had

5 5

Wowzers

I was a bit iffy on what people were saying about how well this board pops and shreds, but they were 100% right. This board pops so easily, its so good to ride with a hangover too.. easy.