Get your sasquatch boots on the Capita Stairmaster Wide Snowboard and throw down park stunts.
If you’re dedicated to a cross-country skiing exercise machine, then the Capita Stairmaster Wide Snowboard isn’t for you. Built for park domination rather than sweating to the goldies, this award-winning wide ride gives bigfeet the tools to slay the park. It would be hard to find a more ride-able freestyle board that won’t send you into bankruptcy. With a true twin design that is smaller, wider, softer, and designed strictly for maneuverability around the park, the Capita Stairmaster Wide Snowboard makes ripping the park more fun than watching yoga class from the back of the room.
- Full-wrap steel edges for durability on rails and a long life
- SS Core delivers smooth dependable pop and responsiveness
- FORM 6 Fiberglass Configuration adds strength, snap, response, and durability
- Radial sidecut for smooth turns and rapid maneuverability
- Capita Sidewall construction adds dampening, impact absorption, and a smoother ride
- Good Wood award winner
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they should rename this board popmaster, great lift and flex and can take a beating only complaint is the screws on my burton mission bindings ever so slightly pushed the bottom of the board out so in the rite light u can see where the 4 screws would be. just packed it out with extra washers and seemed to work so no worries.
I got it! I dig it.
I have a capita stairmaster extreme too(07/08) the most I've spun on that was a 5. I got this one 3 weeks ago and I got 7's on lock! It may be magical it may not I'm just sayyin. It's pretty cool to me! You be the judge. It is a wee bit on the stiffer side(compared to my old stairmaster) so I have to re-learn nose presses without fallin over the front that's why I gave it 4 stars but whatever if your not that far yet then what's the damage? If you are then spend a few days on a flat bar.. If you go switch alot and haven't rode the true twin construction, it's money I wouldn't have it any other way. Get it rip it!
does anyone know if this handles the steeps...
does anyone know if this handles the steeps alright? i am looking for a good park board that can still handle an occasional black diamond run here and there...if not can someone point me in the right direction thanks
I just bought one and used it on mammoth..It's unstable in high speed compare with my ride fleetwood, but it did a really good job on jumps. So avg it's still a all mountain great board.
Super easy to ride, even with a hang over this thing is fun as hell. Lots of pop of jumps and super playful on rails and boxes. It's a jib board but rides everywhere with ease. The new core is 30% more impact resistant than last years deck. Plus a two year warranty keeps thinks cool. Good choice for a affordable deck.
Capita knows whats good
It's hard to find a good jibbin' board for someone with big feet... but capita answer's all miracles and delivers a wide jib stick to keep you on track..also has a nice snap and pop.
word to big bird