Capita Horrorscope FK Snowboard - 2011
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is this board good for boardsliding i love jibbing but i love having flat camber boards should i go with this or stay flat. Ik this has the flatkick
By: Bryan Raksnis
April 22, 2012
This board will be great for that. I personally like a little kick or rocker or jibbing but it's all about personal preference. For actual boardslides you wont really notice a difference, but for presses some people might argue a little kick helps.
By: Brandon Collett
April 25, 2012
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By: eli McClatchy
March 29, 2012
Yeah the 145 would work, probably wouldn't hurt to go even a bit smaller if its available to you.
By: Josh Chapman
March 28, 2012
I really want to get better with butters, jibs and presses. But I also like carving steep groomers... I'm pretty tall and light(6'2 160lbs) so I don't have that much weight to throw around, so I thought this might be a good board for me because of it's flexibility. Do you think this would be a good board for me?
By: andrew bartz
January 26, 2012
October 11, 2011
I am5'7" 120 and ride a 147,
i absolutely love it, super flexy but still has the pop of a regular board. For being a super soft board it can still handle being spun on the 40 footers where I ride, the biggest jump there is about 45 feet and it's solid on the jumps. Overall a great board from hand rails to big jump lines in the park
January 7, 2012
November 24, 2011
The board is made specifically for the park, 2 days in the park and the heelside rail popped off of mine while i boardslid a downflat down kinked handrail. I got bounced off the kink when it actually popped.Iv done this same trick on this handrail for 2 years with my Lib Tech Travis Rice pro model and that board still looks and rides great.
The capita rode great until the break, it had good pop and great flex it just was too cheaply made to hold up in the park.
The warranty on the board is terrible, capita has a terrible warranty program on all their boards. The board was specifically made for jibbing in the park and the second you jib anything with it the warranty is completely invalid. Burton and Lib Tech cover jib damage on all of their jib boards. I cracked a rail on a Burton wammy bar last year and they sent me a new one out in 2 days.
I cant say the board sucks, i loved it till it broke. I frankensteined it together with alot of p-tec and it rides alright. just dont buy a Capita if you plan on riding it hard and cant afford to buy 3 a year.
August 19, 2011
TYPE: REVERSE CAMBER FLAT KICK FREESTYLE
CAMBER TYPE: URBAN FK
WHY YOU'LL LIKE IT:
The Horrorscope FK was born as a late release limited edition board and is now our #1 selling model worldwide. Featuring pre-loaded positioning for expert level jibbers, and easy turnin', mindless shreddin' for those intermediate riders that want to expedite the learning curve. Transworld Snowboarding gave it the Good Wood nod in 2010, and after showing up in countless video parts and blogs, it became one of the most sought after boards in snowboarding.The Horrorscope FK takes no effort! Stable at high speeds! Perfect for hangovers! Jib like a mad man!
• WDT Engineered Jib Core
• Pre-Cured 420 Fiberglass Configuration
• High Transparent Extruded Base
• Sublimated + Silkscreened Topsheet
• Silkscreened Base Graphics
• 360 Degree Steel Edges
• Silkcreened ABS Bomb Proof Sidewalls
• 4 x 2 Inserts
Music provided by
Into song : "O Lay" by "TEENS" licensed by David Wood For The Snowboard Realms http://www.barnowlrecords.com
Clinic section : "True School" by "Marlin" licensed by Marlin Hansen For The Snowboard Realms http://www.myspace.com/Marlincalrizio
CAPiTA Defenders of Awesome Teaser : "Wires" by "Red Fang" for CAPITA Snowboarding http://www.redfang.net
Editing : T.J. Schneider / The Snowboard Realms http://www.tjschneider.com http://www.thesnowboardrealms.com
I am 5'9'', 140 and i have the 147.. It's a great park board ans has even served me well in high speeds, but if you want something fo huge booters and all mountain you should either size up or better look at another board. Otherwise you will be fine on either the 47 or 49, I dont think there is a huge fifference between them but for jibbing the smaller you go the better. Also make sure it fits your shoe size
By: hater skater
September 19, 2011
thanks alot can't wait for christmas!
September 3, 2011
Yeah since you are really light weight you should go with the smallest size (145) if you are getting this board.
September 3, 2011
Hello, and how much is shipping to Russia and if this is possible.
August 19, 2011
Capita products can't be shipped outside the U.S.
By: Logan Madden
August 25, 2011
- 145 cm, 147 cm, 149 cm, 151 cm, 153 cm, 155 cm, 157 cm
- soft (3 of 10 on Capita scale)
- hybrid (Urban FK)
- Effective Edge:
- [145 cm ] 1092 mm; [147 cm ] 1110 mm; [149 cm ] 1128 mm; [151 cm ] 1145 mm; [153 cm ] 1160 mm; [155 cm ] 1180 mm; [157 cm ] 1200 mm
- Waist Width:
- [145 cm ] 244 mm; [147 cm ] 248 mm; [149 cm ] 250 mm; [151 cm ] 252 mm; [153 cm ] 253 mm; [155 cm ] 255 mm; [157 cm ] 256 mm
- Sidecut Radius:
- [145 cm ] 7.5 m; [147 cm ] 7.6 m; [149 cm ] 7.65 m; [151 cm ] 7.7 m; [153 cm ] 7.8 m; [155 cm ] 7.9 m; [157 cm ] 8.1 m
- Stance Width:
- [145-147 cm] 23 in; [149-153 cm] 24 in; [155-157 cm] 25 in
- Stance Setback:
- 0 in
- wood composite
- Recommended Use:
- jibbing, freestyle
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 2 years