Take it outside.
A perennial favorite park board for the Capita team, the Indoor Survival FK Snowboard destroys jumps, jibs, and rails with authority. Beloved for it's versatile flex and fun, forgiving feel, it's been updated this season to make it more durable and poppy than ever.
The Freestyle FK profile is flat from insert to insert for stability and edge hold, and slightly rockered at the tip and tail for float in pow and catch-free buttering. New tip and tail shapes give it better swing weight, not to mention an eye-catching look. Special Blend EVO biax glass provides a smooth, consistent flex, and it's bonded with a polyurethane-based resin that's less harmful to factory workers than traditional resins without compromising performance.
Dual carbon + Kevlar beams running vertically down the board improve response and strength without tacking on a weight, and the poplar core provides a consistent flex for predictable presses and smooth carves. Plus, it's made from sustainably-harvested trees so you're not contributing to deforestation. It's finished off with an extruded base that's almost as hard as a sintered base, making it more impact-resistant, yet still easy to repair.
- Flat with early-rise tips
- Medium flex
- Special Blend EVO Tech fiberglass configuration
- Sustainably-harvested poplar core
- Dual carbon + Kevlar beams
- New tip and tail shapes
- XXX[TRUDED] extruded base
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The park is everywhere.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I have always been skeptical of flat camber boards but this one is the golden ticket. I have a quiver of boards for pow, park, and all mountain riding, but I find myself grabbing this one each time to slay them all.
Carves hard, pops great, and does great in pow. What more do you want?
The entire mountain is your park with this puppy.
Board is the bees knees
where is ja
First day on this board
Boom Shakalaka this board is so fun!!!!!! Solid groomer and park day and this thing crushed! For being a flat board this thing is so stable and has pop for days. When laying down carves on the fresh groomed runs this board felt like it was on rail road tracks and held an edge so perfectly with zero chatter. In the park it was full of pop and was very forgiving when I decided to 450 a jump today. If you are looking for a playful board that has been proven to slay the resort pick up an Indoor Survival, Ill let you guys know how it is in the pow soon! Pray for snow.
Pop like popcorn
Capita has definitely stepped it up in my opinion. You'd think flat camber with rocker nose and tail wouldn't have the greatest pop, but with the pop rods(what I call them), this board almost feels like a traditional camber. Super fun flex and a forgiving ride equals quite a fun time on the mountain with this. Also, it can hold back seat landings pretty well regardless of its flex rating and flat/rocker profile. Fun fun fun