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Freestyle-terrain telepathy.

Tune your third eye into the freestyle-terrain telepathy bestowed upon you by the Capita Horrorscope FK Snowboard. The board's Urban FK profile possesses intuitive park and street capabilities, courtesy of flat camber between the bindings, with rocker out to the tip and tail kicks. The Urban FK profile allows you to  butter and jib effortlessly, without worrying about your contact points catching on rails, jibs, or snow surfaces. As a ferocious jib and rail specialist, this board draws freestyle energy from its WDT Engineered Jib core, which utilizes a wood composite material for a soft flex without sacrificing durability. The pre-preg 420 fiberglass configuration creates lots of torsional flex, with energy memory for snapping ollies and launching onto jibs.

Capable of dismantling the burliest of rails and street obstacles, the Capita Horrorscope FK offers Anchormat reinforcements for tip and tail protection. This specialized material is bonded to the nose and tail kicks, reducing impact and stress-related fatigue when stomping hard landings and grinding. The freestyle-friendly HMC extruded base gives you easy maintenance, with or without constant waxing, and is more durable than standard extruded base materials, so it's ideal for street beatings or park thrashings.  

  • True twin, centered stance
  • Flat between inserts, rocker out to nose & tail kicks
  • WDT Engineered Jib core: wood composite material
  • Pre-preg 420 fiberglass configuration
  • Anchormat tip and tail protection
  • HMC (High Molecular Composition) extruded base

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I'm 6'1 and 165lbs, do you guys think the...

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I'm 6'1 and 165lbs, do you guys think the 147 is too small for having some fun in the park? I rode a friends 152 and it was super fun, so I figured 5 cm smaller shouldn't make a huge difference.

Also, size 12 boots, any issue with that?

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I realize you posted this months ago, but at that weight and height, I would not recommend anything smaller than a 153. In fact, I am only 10 lbs heavier and 1" taller and I will not even go below a 156. Sure, the smaller boards are super fun, but they are extremely limited in application.
If you do wish to go that small, at least get something with some sort of grip technology like Never Summer's variogrip or Smokin's magnetraction. A radial sidecut will wash out.
Just FYI, 5cm is a huge difference.
As for the size 12 boots, of course they will drag on a small board. If you want a fun board that accommodates your foot size, check out the Never Summer Revolver, Nitro Rook, or Nitro Glory Stomper in 153-154cm.

when will size 140s be back in stock?

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when will size 140s be back in stock?

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Hey john mitrano,

Thanks for your question.

I am sorry to report that at this time we do not have any orders for new inventory.

Hello which size should i get? im 164cm...

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Hello which size should i get? im 164cm male, 66kg! Boot size 39-40cm. Im in the park alot so im thinkg about the 145cm or the 143cm, i think that the 150cm might be to long for me?

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i think the 150 would be better because a smaller board is better for park but the 145 or 143 would be way to small i think. go take a look at evo.com sizing chart and video saying whats best for what people.

5 5

My weapon of choice :) kpew kpeww

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Just the right amount of flex for jibs and railies and the flat kick makes it solid on jumpers. Because of this board i am a devoted capita shredder. Im 6.1 and 170 lbs and i ride the 157. And the weird graphics are sick too.. haha

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Hey Tyler...We have about the same profile for height and weight. I'm really considering this board. I have a size 12 boot and would like to stay away from the wide if possible.

I don't ride in deep snow, so it shouldn't be problem if I get the regular 157. But what boot size are you?

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great deck!

This board is absolutely sick. Effortless turns, effortless presses, and all around just a fun time. I love the graphics too! Capita always comes through with the graphics. The severed arm on the base (last years model) just looks too cool. My only gripe with this deck was the edge I broke. Honestly, it could happen to any board given the situation. I caught it on an exposed rock early season. It wasn't too hard of a hit so I thought I'd be fine, but I was wrong. I sent it to Capita for warranty and they declined. As bummed as I was, they had the right to do so. If I had bought this deck from Dogfunk or Backcountry this would not have been a problem because they would have taken care of me! With all that being said, I still love Capita and this board, and will probably buy another in the future!

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Built Bombproof

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I used to have a Capita shirt that said that back in the day. . .they must've been talking about this dealie . . . "the horrorscope." Because I have aggressivly smashed into rails, rocks, stairs, trees and even a trash can without catastrophic damage. I'm guessing this is because the thicker edges, the stronger core (apparently engineered specifically for rail riding), and the bumpers that are just in from the sidewall. I basically put this thing through hell and back. I mean, really snowboarded in some urban environments that were probably not considered in the engineering of this board.
This board has seen some serious trauma, that being said its still very rideable. I loved riding this board in terrain parks across the west and on handrails here in Salt Lake City, UT. If you are into park boarding (jibbing, buttering mini shredding) you'll love this thing. It is soft, manuverable and sturdy - really blast to get creative on.

Also, I have been thinking recently that this would be a great board to get started on. For one its cheap! for two, it turns very easily and smooth. For three, its soft enough that the rider will feel more in control rather controlled by the board.

So. . . . trying to jib? get this board! trying to butter? get this board! trying to have an all around good time in the park? get this board! trying to film a video part in the streets this winter? get this board! trying to crush moguls? get a different board!

want to learn how to ride a snowboard the easy way? get this board!

it doesn't let down! and it takes alot for it to break down!

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

this board can take a beating. it's a favorite for taking down rails, getting creative in your back yard. wall rides, rail slides, flat ollies, this thing keeps going. park laps with your friends, hitting and jibbing everything in site, this board is for you. with armor cap nose and tail bumpers added a couple seasons back have preserved the life of these boards as well.