Capita Indoor Survival FK Snowboard - 2009
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i have a rome agent right now and im happy how that works in pow. is the indoor survival gunna be about the same??
March 15, 2010
yeah, not totally great, but good. I have a soft flex rocker board and it does great in pow. I think you'll like this in the pow. You wouldn't think a park oriented board would work well for pow, but with the nose and tail kicked up, holy sh*t the rocker boards rock it.
March 15, 2010
December 7, 2009
If your the type of dude who doesn't pass up any park jump, still loves to ride pow and goes riding after a big night out, THIS is your stick. Certified reforestation core gives this a nice smooth flex, while on the ECO tip. Sintered base is fast and hard. And the carbon X between the bindings make this a more stable board at high speeds over it's Horrorscope cousin.
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I like to jib around in the park at small features press some rails and boxes. But still I want to be able to spin off in these 40-50 ft kickers in the bigger park and still have control at the takeoff. Is this board able to do that or is this a bad idé?
February 2, 2010
This Capitaaaaah Indoor Survival with Flat Kick gots the Pøp!
February 4, 2010
March 21, 2010
The pop is awesome! The Board is definitely flexy enough to butter like a pro, but still stiff enough to carve down a hill in no time. I had so much fun splashing skiiers with this board. Goes great with union bindings! Park, Pow Pow, Backcountry... This Board does it all! Buy it NOW!
February 3, 2010
nnnnaaaaaaassssssttttttyyyyyy!!!!!! by far, the sickest freestyle deck ive ever owned. 2 very enthusiastic thumbs up. sick pop, but still has crazy flex... rediculous on rails... solid in the air.... light... fast.... and virtually indestructible. (i would know... broke a forum manual, nitro shadow and a lib banana last season... my capita lives on.)
Should i get indoor survival or horrorscope fk? I cant freakin choose someone help me out plz
By: rob pawlak
December 1, 2009
I just bought the capita horroscope fk and its awesome i would recomend it allot if u like jibs and stuff its fun to play around on they hill to
By: bug juice
December 4, 2009
I wear 11.5 boots. Will this board handle my big feet???
Also, I'm not the biggest jib guy. I like hitting jumps and speeding down the mountain. I will hit a bot or rail here and there. Is this board well suited for me or should I go with something else? I mostly ride in Southern California mountains so I won't be knee deep in powder.
November 28, 2009
I would look into the Ultra Fear, it is a tad bit wider than this board.
December 10, 2009
December 15, 2009
I rode it at a shop demo at Snowbasin in Feb 09 I must say at $399 this is a killer board. Very similar to the Green machine, just stiffer between the bindings as it has some carbon fiber in it that the Green Machine does not.
Capita's Flat Kick tech is solid. Unlike other rocker/reverse camber boards it carves well, is stable at higher speeds as you still have enough effective edge under foot to lay it down. But the nose and tail are kicked up enough that you're not going to hang up and catch your contact points when playing around.
If you do land a little too far back or forward when spinning or coming off of a jump, you do get a bit of that wash out feeling that other rocker boards have as well. But it's a technique issue and once you've adjusted to it you'll be fine.
This board probably has about a 5 to 6 out of 10 in flex compared to the other boards in Capita's 2010 lineup. The waist width will accommodate up to a 10.5 boot on all of the models accept the 160 which is a mid-wide and can take a size 11 boot.
- 152cm, 154cm, 156cm, 158cm, 160cm
- Reverse camber twin
- Effective Edge:
- [156cm] 1186mm
- Waist Width:
- [156cm] 251mm
- Sidecut Radius:
- [156cm] 8m
- Stance Width:
- [156cm] 63.5cm max (25in)
- Stance Setback:
- Core Material:
- Sustainable Poplar wood
- Recommended Use:
- Freestyle snowboarding
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 2 Years