Capita Stairmaster Snowboard - 2011
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Hey im looking for a board to rip in the park mainly rails and jibs and some medium jumps capita stairmaster or salomon salomonder
April 13, 2012
Both are sick but I'm partial to the Stairmaster. Juuust enough stiffness for medium jumps and plenty soft for getting ur jib on.
By: Josh Chapman
April 18, 2012
Hay there not sure what size to get 148 or 152 foot size is 11 I'm 5.11 and 180 ponds
January 20, 2012
yeah but jason never summer is fucking gay
July 16, 2012
Dude I don't care if I snap it I buy a board every season lol thrash the shit out of it then sell it to my mates for like a 100 bucks
January 21, 2012
Neither. Be a man and get a NS Heritage 161. You'll ride it for three years with no issues, while all your friends snap and break their Capitas.
Hell, even if you're more interested in park, NS Evo. Tellin' you man, you'll be much happier, for much, much longer, hands down.
By: Jason Kerouac
January 20, 2012
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December 4, 2011
Ive been snowboarding for a few years now, and I've ridden a lot of boards. my first snowboard ever was a 2007 stairmaster. every year i would buy a new board, ride it until the beginning of january, and then sell it and just go back to my stair master. these boards are amazing, and after finally deciding to just buy another stair master, i have yet to be disappointed. I've only gotten to ride a few rails and a street gap on this board this year, and let me tell you, IT IS PERFECT!
STAIRMASTER FOR LIFE!
August 19, 2011
CAMBER TYPE: TRADITIONAL CAMBER
WHY YOU'LL LIKE IT:
The Stairmaster is bombproof and rips like no other board near the price. These boards are smaller, wider, softer, and designed for maneuverability around the park. The ride-ability of this series has become legendary in relation to the price tag, and the overwhelming demand for these Transworld Snowboarding Good Wood award winning boards grows every year.
• WDT Engineered Jib Core
• Pre-Cured 420 Fiberglass Configuration
• Extruded Diecut Base
• Silkscreened Fluorescent Topsheet
• 360 Degree Steel Edges
• Silkscreened ABS Bomb Proof Sidewalls
• 4 x 2 Inserts
Music provided by
Into song : "O Lay" by "TEENS" licensed by David Wood For The Snowboard Realms http://www.barnowlrecords.com
Clinic section : "True School" by "Marlin" licensed by Marlin Hansen For The Snowboard Realms http://www.myspace.com/Marlincalrizio
CAPiTA Defenders of Awesome Teaser : "Wires" by "Red Fang" for CAPITA Snowboarding http://www.redfang.net
Editing : T.J. Schneider / The Snowboard Realms http://www.tjschneider.com http://www.thesnowboardrealms.com
i really want the stairmaster but is it just more for the park because i want to be able just to ride it and only go on rails and stuff sometimes
December 5, 2011
you can ride this thing anywhere, i take mine off of 40 foot kickers, through the woods, down double kinks, and cruising around blues and greens doing butters and stuff.
By: bailey miller
January 8, 2012
September 28, 2011
the best thing about the stairmaster is the rideability in relation to it's price tag. this board rides, looks and is way overbuilt for the price. for sure one of the best values in the line.
stairmasters are cambered boards which make them great choices for kids needing a board to ravage. they last a long time. can ride the whole mountain, even the pipe. the upgraded graphics, die cut base and high gloss topseet make these boards stand out in the board rack. better get a lock.
this or the scallywagg? what will be better for all around slaying and fun?
November 22, 2011
both would be great for all around fun, it depends on how you like your board to feel.
a scallywagg is going to be really squirrly and loose, due to its extreme rocker shape.
i would personally ride this, because of its perfect camber shape and flex. this board is super stable and responsive, yet soft enough to jib and press.
Will a 152 ride okay with union contact L/XL bindings?
October 26, 2011
it doesn't matter the binding size, it matters what boots are in the binding. I think you'll be fine with a 152 as long as your boots are like 11.5's or smaller.
Im 5'9, 135lbs i was thinking about getting the 152, but im beginning to think thats to big, im going to be staying in he park mostly jibbin, but i wont be doing kickers, but i will be filming so i want speed and stability, should i go with the 152 or should i get the 150 indoor survival fk?
September 22, 2011
get a 148 stairmaster! I'm 6 foot 210 pounds and i ride a 148 stair master and i can ride anything in my path, although i struggle a bit in pow and on jumps bigger than 30, but you'll be perfect on a 148 with your weight.
deff get the 15o indoor survival fk, im 5'7 and 145 and im going with a 144. you dont need that big of a board for yourr height
November 9, 2011
Is this price incorrectly? i believe the price point is $338?
August 13, 2011
they fixed it now!
thats what i thought, i always thought the stairmaster was a cheaper freestyle deck
By: bailey miller
August 16, 2011
- 144 cm, 148 cm, 152 cm, 156 cm, 159 cm
- medium-soft (4 of 10 on Capita scale)
- Effective Edge:
- [144 cm ] 1100 mm; [148 cm ] 1150 mm; [152 cm ] 1155 mm; [156 cm ] 1190 mm; [159 cm ] 1215 mm
- Waist Width:
- [144 cm ] 244 mm; [148 cm ] 248 mm; [152 cm ] 252 mm; [156 cm ] 255 mm; [159 cm ] 258 mm
- Sidecut Radius:
- [144 cm ] 7.4 m; [148 cm ] 7.8 m; [152 cm ] 7.9 m; [156 cm ] 8.1 m; [159 cm ] 8.3 m
- Stance Width:
- [144 cm] 23 in; [148-152 cm] 24 in; [156-159 cm] 25 in
- Stance Setback:
- 0 in
- wood composite
- Recommended Use:
- jibbing, freestyle
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 2 years