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I was wondering what size would be perfect for me I'm 5'10 140lb I also ride park so I prefer a little bit of a smaller board.
December 3, 2012
I am 5'11 and i just got myself a 158W love it!
December 3, 2012
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I was wondering what size would be perfect for me I'm 5'10 140lb boot size is a 10.5. I also ride park so I prefer a little bit of a smaller board.
December 3, 2012
October 31, 2012
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I am looking at getting the Capita Horrorscope but I am not sure which one to get. I am 6ft tall around 200lbs and have size 12 boot (DC Park low profile) Union flite bindings L/XL. I am not sure if i would be fine with the 157 which has a wait with of 25.6mm or would i be better off with the 155 wide?
October 8, 2012
Well Im also looking at buying one too, it depends though. Are you looking at doing freestyle? Im 6 ft about 160 and I'm talking to a local shredder that knows his stuff...he owns a snowboard store. But he recommended this board for me and if you are doing freestyle you would actual probably want a 151 wide or 153 wide, these would be the best as theyre not too long or heavy but wide enough to cover your footprint on the boots
November 25, 2012
What is the main difference between last years model and this years?
October 3, 2012
December 4, 2012
I bought the horrorscope last season to only be extremely disappointed in the board and Capita. The board cracked within less than 2 months after buying it, from just spinning off a little roller and landing a bit tail heavy. This is the first and only time I've ever broke a board and the first and only Capita board that I've ever ridden. I took pictures and Capita told me they were going to warranty the board so send it in. I had to pay all the expenses to only have them tell me they were not going to do anything because the core was broken (figured that the core would be covered under warranty like most other snowboard companies do). I tried to get them to help me out and at least help cover some of the shipping costs because they told me to send it in but all they have done is sent multiple copies of their warranty policy. So if you want a board with a weak core which is not covered under their warranty policy at all than the horrorscope is your board. Also was not a fan of this board on jumps, but a good jib board for those 2 months before it broke.
Research out-of-stock versions:
- 145 cm, 147 cm, 149 cm, 151 cm
- true twin
- soft (3 of 10 on Capita's scale)
- Urban FK (reverse)
- Effective Edge:
- [145cm] 1092 mm; [147cm] 1110 mm; [149cm] 1128 mm; [151cm] 1145 mm
- Waist Width:
- [145cm] 246 mm; [147cm] 248 mm; [149cm] 250 mm; [151cm] 252 mm
- Sidecut Radius:
- [145cm] 7.5 m; [147cm] 7.6 m; [149-151cm] 7.7 m
- Stance Width:
- [145-147cm] 23 in; [149-151cm] 24 in
- Stance Setback:
- WDT Engineered Jib Core (wood composite)
- Recommended Use:
- park, street
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 2 years