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More snappy that a bra strap, lighter than a spliff, and as buttery as french toast.

When you shred on the Capita Horrorscope FK Snowboard, the scope of your jib-skills explosion won't just be scary, it'll be horrifying (to onlookers, not to you). But don't expect the Horrorscope's ultralight and ridiculously flexy composite core to do all the work for you; it simply makes the ride more fun.
  • Capita's Urban Flat Kick reverse camber technology now extends rocker from inside the binding inserts to the tip and tail�result is more butter, less toast
  • WDT (Wood Derived Technology) utilizes wood composite materials for a super-soft, jib-specific flex
  • 420 Fiberglass laminate adds pop and strength to the soft core
  • Jib-specific extruded base holds up to evil rails, rocks, and concrete (but it's also easy to repair when the objects inflict wounds)

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ok i do mostly rails and jumps.. i am 5'10"...

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ok i do mostly rails and jumps.. i am 5'10" and weigh 185lbs. do you think that the 154 would be good for me?

In 13 years old and 105 pounds. I really...

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In 13 years old and 105 pounds. I really want a good terrain board that is very flexible. Gotta have room for big bindings though, size 11 feet

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Is this a question? Yeah this is a good park board. You'll want a waist width of 250mm or larger probably. Length 150cm or less, maybe 142-150. You're pretty light so I'd stay more towards the mid 140s for a park board. You can ride a longer board but it will be less maneuverable and stiffer feeling.

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In 13 years old and 105 pounds. I really...

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In 13 years old and 105 pounds. I really want a good terrain board that is very flexible. Gotta have room for big bindings though, size 11 feet

Im 6ft 155-160lbs is the 149 too small for...

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Im 6ft 155-160lbs is the 149 too small for mostly park riding and small jumps?

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You could pull it off for sure, but the 149 would be more the length of a jib stick for you. That being said I weight 190lbs and ride a 152 stairmaster more days than not through the park so it really comes down to preference.

i have size 11 foot should i get a wide...

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i have size 11 foot should i get a wide or will this work normal size 151 or so

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you should be ok as long as you dont rock a 0,0 stance but as long as you have a stance of 12,-12 or larger you'll be just fine....... hope that helped

im doing 540s on 35 ft jumps i probably...

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im doing 540s on 35 ft jumps i probably do 40% jumps 50% rails 10% pipe would this board work well for the jumps i do

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yeah its good for jumps it has a nice flex to it its not too soft for jump and not too stiff for jibbing

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Yeah it would do fine. It does have flat kick so there is a pretty stable landing platform but still a little more room for washouts just due to the lack of camber. This will excel on rails and boxes, that's the money maker on this board. I'm not sure how it would perform in the pipe, certainly not amazing but for casual pipe cruising here and there it should do more than okay. This would probably be a good board for you just looking at what you ride and how often. Go rip it up!

does this board handel jumps well? i want...

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does this board handel jumps well? i want a reverse camber board that is mad flexy but if im hittin some good sized kickers it can still handel it.

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Depends on what size kickers. Most pros don't ride reverse camber on large jumps and its for a reason. Anything over 30ish feet (in my experience) and a rocker gets kind of sketchy and washy on landings. Camber provides better stability and pop for jumping. If you lap 50 or 60 footers all day this probably isn't the right board, but if you mainly jib and hit kickers a few times a day then it would probably be fine.

im 6 foot 1 160 pounds could i pull off a...

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im 6 foot 1 160 pounds could i pull off a 151 wide or no?

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Yeah totally, as long as your foot isn't huge. I'm on a 152 stairmaster wide at 190lbs with an 11.5 boot.

Hey I am 5'3" 125 is the 151 to big or can...

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Hey I am 5'3" 125 is the 151 to big or can I handle it pretty good? I haven't rode it yet I just wanted to know if it was too big. Thank you

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Im 6'2" 180 and i rock a 155W if that helps you at all

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That's kind of iffy. Its a soft board, but if you're only 125lbs then it will obviously feel stiffer. Its not in stock but you'd be better off on the 147. Simple answer is yes you could ride it if you're a decent snowboarder, but you'd get overall better enjoyment and fun out of a more properly sized board.

im 6' 0"- 6' 1" and 150ish lbs what size...

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im 6' 0"- 6' 1" and 150ish lbs what size board should i get?

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i weight 140 lbs. and i ride the stairmaster 152, and the horroscope has alot of flex, so 153 would be good, but if your feet are big, get the smaller size in the wide version

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I have a 153 forum recon and Im tryin to...

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I have a 153 forum recon and Im tryin to move to a reverse camber board, would you recommend the 147 or 149?

is this board good in pow?

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is this board good in pow?

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too flexable, not a particular pow board,but a good rider can ride any board anywhere

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Thinking about buying a horrorscope. Been...

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Thinking about buying a horrorscope. Been riding for a few years. Just moved out of youth boards and looking at the 149cm. I do alot of rails and boxes, a few jumps, and some urban. Is the horrorscope good for me? Or should I look at a rocker or reverse camber ?

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sick board so far

this board is so flexy i cant wait to ride it this season i have union force bindings on the board and they look sick they fit very well with the board and are extremely light. i fell like this board will be good for my mountain because all we have is jib features and then we have one jump which is like 15ft so im not too worried about how it will hold up on that i think it should be fine but i am ready to hit the park on it just as soon as it snows

how soft is this board? what boards are...

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how soft is this board? what boards are softer?

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artifact rocker

alrite im 58 144 pounds i like to ride...

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alrite im 58 144 pounds i like to ride jumps rails and buuters is the hooroscope fk a good board for that

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If you like to mainly ride booters, then go for the Indoor Survival as it will be better for your landings. The FK in the Horrorscope is geared more towards jibbing and presses. Watch Johans vid and it will explain everything to you

i weight like 125 and am 5'4 what size...

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i weight like 125 and am 5'4 what size would i be and would this be a good board for someone who is an intermediate rider try to get better at rails and stuff?

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Yeah boy it is. It has the FK design in this board, whitch means that this board is made with rocker that extends from inside the binding inserts to the tip and tail. So you get a poppy yet buttery ride, whitch is more forgiving and has a less catchy feel while riding it. With most rocker boards they allow you to ride up to 5cm shorter than you reg sized board. So because the boards tips are raised, it is less catchy and allows for more float in the deep stuff. For your size tho, I would say get the 149. But if you think you will be growing mad quick, then go for the 151. Either one you will be stoked on. And if you are intermediate, this deck will boost your confidence a ton to get at those more advanced features of the mt. Awesome flex, solid ride and not too washy at higher speeds, and made by a solid company. Capita had problems with de-laming of their top sheets in a super fast time, and unfortunately it still seems that they still have this problem. Hope this helps :)

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Noodle

This board is a wet noodle. I didn't think boards could get any softer having ridden last years Ultrafear, but this makes my Ultrafear feel like a wooden plank. Excellent board, amazing soft. My only beef, along with most Capita boards, is that the topsheet chips easily. Other then that, this board is a blast to ride.

Hello Everyone, Im between 5'11 and 6 foot....

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Hello Everyone, Im between 5'11 and 6 foot. And I weigh about 160 pounds. I Mainly Jib, Some jumps. I also Would be using the board for everything else though. I want to factor that in but I'm also going to be filming a street part this saeson so mainley focus in the jibs.

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153 will be perfect im ur size and i ride a 153 and it is perfect for jibs well still being handle jumps vary well and even a little bit of the good stuff

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Go smaller if you're filming street parts. 151 will be so fun and it will be easier to jib making you look nice on film.

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id go with the 151. my buds like 6'2 155 and he rides a 152 so a 151 should be good, especially if you mainly jib.

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