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Intergalactic origins equal jibbing dominance.

The Capita Stairmaster originated in an alternate universe populated by super-intelligent, space-traveling chimpanzees who love to snowboard. Thanks to a few handfuls of magic cosmic dust in every board, you'll flow through double-kinks and lock in your two-sevs like never before. The damp, durable wood composite core and soft flex combine with the reliable pop of traditional camber for a super-buttery ride that slays parks and street rails.

  • WDT Engineered Jib Core uses advanced wood composite for a super-flexy, durable, and damp feel that makes short work of presses and flat landings
  • Traditional camber pops off of jumps and locks into boardslides exceptionally well
  • True Twin shape ensures predictable takeoffs and landings both regular and switch
  • Biax fiberglass wrap delivers a forgiving, buttery ride

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5 5

Love it Super Duper Much!

Got last year's version in the 152w. Best park board I've ever ridden hands down. I was a Burton guy for 8 years, rode nothing but Burton and thought everything else was crap. Then I decided to buy a Capita scaremaster cause it was cheap. That board was sick so last year I bought the stairmaster and its even more sick! I ride mostly park, unless it's a pow day I'm in the park or screwing around on side hits. The board has super pop, its soft but poppy as all hell. It locks into rails like mad, 50-50s, blunts, boards, presses, great board for the jibs. It rocks jumps solid too. I'm a bit of a wimp so the biggest jumps are 30 footers for the most part, super solid. Even the 152 stomps landings without being sketchy at all. Spins are no issue on the stairmaster. This obviously is a park deck and isn't great riding the mountain fast, but when you want to you can definitely dig an edge in on this thing no problem. Its solid as hell too. I beat the crap out of it every time I ride and it keeps coming back for more. When the base got all chewed up (who knew you shouldn't ride in the woods with less than a foot of coverage?) I filled it in with p-tex and good as new. Wax her up and she'll fly, real fast base considering its extruded. This is my favorite board I've ever owned, and I've owned a lot in 10 years of riding. If I were to buy another board today it'd probably be a stairmaster. Capita makes great decks at incredibly fair prices. If you want a park board that's soft and poppy, that you can beat the hell out of and still keep if for a few years this is the one.

5 5


This board is great for everything. Its my first snowboard and let me say wow i got the 152W and it is absoultely beast its great for freestyle and riding if you want a fresh looking great board u should buy this for sure

I'm looking a buying this board in the...

I'm looking a buying this board in the next few day but need some binding as well. I was thinking the black/white Forum republics but dont know if they will fit. If not any suggestion would be a massive help but no Burton gear as I'll get sending them to Australia and its too hard to get them in.



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Ok Well I know someone who put Forum's on this board i don't know if they were republics though but im thinking if one Forum pair fit they all should.... but if you don't want to risk it i would highly recommend the Union Contacts they fit this board and they are (in my opinion) the best bindings out there right now and Thats what i have on this board so I'm sure they will fit...... hope that helped

Hey I have large bindings with size 11...

Hey I have large bindings with size 11 boots, would they still fit well on the reg size or should i get the wide, im just not feelin the pink on the 156 wide,

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You'll be fine. I have a 152 wide with 11.5 boots, but I also have a scaremaster (very similar) 156 regular and it does fine.

5 5

freakin sweet deck

i have last years model of this board, but i dont think that they have changed to many of the specs on it. dont let anyone tell you that camber is out. this board has always tracked straight at high speeds, and can still press it out on jibs. it is best for street rails.

I'm looking at the capita stairmaster for...

I'm looking at the capita stairmaster for my next board. I ride park but mainly rails and boxes. Every once and awhile I hit some 50-60 footers but I just do some basic tricks like back ones and grabs. I like soft boards should I get this board and what size 148 or 152

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If you like soft boards go for it. I love mine. They're great park boards.

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its soft but it will hold out fine on jumps. and its not as soft as everybody makes it out to be.

So wait, one side is the space shuttles...

So wait, one side is the space shuttles and the other is a black background with blue text or a blue background with black text?

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Its luck of the draw. So they don't have a ton of extra base material on one color Capita rotates the color scheme. This means some of the boards are black on blue and others are blue on black. It basically is Capita making sure they cut down on waste and costs, if they didn't rotate base colors they'd have a huge stack of blue scrap base and they'd be out of black or something like that. Hope that explains it.

is this board to soft for 60-70 foot...

is this board to soft for 60-70 foot booters, or is it good

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it is more of a jib or street board, and im sure it can handle jumps but 60-70 is probly to much for it,

is this board to soft for 60-70 foot...

is this board to soft for 60-70 foot booters, or is it good

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its fine for 40s, but this thing is way too soft for 60s or 70s, youll have trouble keeping an edge and popping or carving into a spin with the speed youll need to clear that sized jump. go with a stairmaster extreme!

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is this board to soft for 60-70 foot...

is this board to soft for 60-70 foot booters, or is it good

5 5


theres a reason this is the best selling capita deck of all time.... this board is straight up sick. i got the 148, im 5'10 and weigh 145 and i love it. it can put out anywhere on the mountain. i really actually enjoyed riding it in powder and all over the mountain haha, and i loved popping this thing of anything i could find. in the park its a dream, especially on rails hence the name. anyways, sick board, best board ive ridden, great pop, great flexibility, not too soft, overall amazing. 5 stars

btw i got the 148 with the green background and it looks sick, so if you can get that color scheme

is this board good for 60 - 70 foot...

is this board good for 60 - 70 foot booters

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yea it can put down 60-70 foot booters, but if your more into the booters and kickers, check out the stairmaster extreme, which is a little stiffer and a little more directed towards jumps

yo quick Q, i weigh like 145 lbs which one...

yo quick Q, i weigh like 145 lbs which one should i get?

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Board size depends on height and preference. Not just weight.

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board length shouldnt have anything to do with your height. It depends on your riding style and weight. Shorter boards are better for rails and jibbing while longer boards carve around better.

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Stairmaster or Fourm Scallywag? i want a...

Stairmaster or Fourm Scallywag? i want a light flexy board i ride all around but focus in on the park and just jibbing random stuff. im leaning toward the scallywag cus my boy rode one and said it was sick.

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Hey im looking to buy this board and looking...

Hey im looking to buy this board and looking for a Light flexible board that i can easily controll and move with i already know this board is very flexible how light is it? on an average scale of 1-10 10 being Heavy 1 being very light

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i live in idaho and ride at a small resort....

i live in idaho and ride at a small resort. I want to get better at rails and hit kickers. will this board be good for me. any other suggestions will be good. thanks

Last Years Stairmaster

Last Years Stairmaster

This is the one from last year and its super gnarly! i would highly recommend this board from any year!

5 5

Is this board on roids?

For real this board is sick it is super light and poppy and just a great all around park board that you can jib all day with and still take it off a 50 footer if you want it is super light rides like a dream