Chief of park pow-wows and freestyle fun.
Reign as supreme leader of park riding and freestyle shenanigans with the Capita Indoor Survival FK Snowboard. A favorite of Capita team riders Brandon Cocard and Cale Zima, this board destroys powder kickers, park jumps, and jibs with authority. A Freestyle FK profile provides flat camber from insert to insert, allowing for increased stability and predictable handling characteristics. Outside of the inserts, the board is rockered up to the Flat Kick nose and tail. The combination of rockered tips and Flat Kick construction brings you elevated contact points, subsequently allowing for increased powder floatation, easier buttering, and quicker turn initiation.
The SS Select Core makes this board a go-anywhere freestyle machine. Vertically laminated poplar wood allows for a super solid feel and uniform flex throughout—there are no finger joints or irregularities to compromise the core's durability. Form 6 fiberglass is sandwiched above and below the core itself, retaining pop and turn initiation necessary to perform well in various conditions. Reinforced with 2x carbon + Kevlar® beams that run the board's contact length, this board exhibits increased levels of response, snap, and damping. Black Fleece, a thin layer of black glass, has been strategically introduced into high-breakage areas to give this board all-season durability that freestyle junkies desire. If it's park prowess and freestyle function that you're looking for in a snowboard, look no further than the highly durable, stable, and snappy Indoor Survival FK Snowboard.
- True twin shape with centered stance
- Flat camber insert to insert, rocker out to tip & tail
- SS Select Core: vertically laminated poplar wood
- Biaxial fiberglass on base and topside of core
- 2x carbon + Kevlar® beams
- Black Fleece thin layer of black glass in key break zones
- Flat Kick nose and tail
- Extruded base
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
So fun. I've ridden several of these boards over the past few years. It seems like everytime I get something different, I just keep runing back to the Indoor. I'm not sure exactly what it is, but I suspect its because it is the most predicatble board i've ever ridden. Soft? sure but you still know how much flex you got, and one thing is certain, this board turns good, and it turns easy. I love cruising down the run seeing something a hit off to my left and easily being able to hook over to hit it. I love the flex pattern, shape, and camber of this board for rails. The flat kick is just enough to make it easy to spin on to rails with out being overwhelmingly-washy like some boards that have continuous reverse are. Basically what I'm trying to say if you want a board that you can mini-shred around the entire mountain (like i do), but can still stand up to park jumps, and performs stellar on rails. . .definitly consider the indoor. I'm sure later this year I'll get bored of this thing and want to try something new only to find myself craving the indoor. ALSO, a good thing to note, the flat kick floats surprisingly well in snow making this thing truly versatile - especially for someone that rides the whole mountain but will normally be found cruising the park.
I usually ride a 154 and I'm 5'10 and almost 160 lbs. I have thought about sizing up for alittle more all mountain feel though. . .
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
the indoor survival is a classic in capitas line for a reason.
they are some of the best all season twins on the market.
the freestyle fk camber is versatile in any area or conditions.
an indoor survival would be the right choice for any mountain town local who is ridding 60+ days and is looking for a versatile board to ride everyday. the indoor is also more affordable and durable then last season.