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All virgins sacrificed in the making of these limited snowboards were volunteers.

Just below the surface of this reality legions of things exist that will shatter your sanity in a heartbeat. Capita has released the Super Limited UltraFear FK Snowboard from the space between to see if anyone can handle it. The UltraFear FK is essentially a Horrorscope FK dipped in radioactive power juice and the blood of virgins. In other words, they drove the Horrorscope FK past its breaking point to a new level of park supremacy that mere mortals can barely comprehend. Its psychosis is evident when you see the multiple personalities captured from other Capita snowboards that make up the UltraFear’s graphics.
  • Flat Kick technology utilizes a flat base in between your feet and reverse camber in the skate shaped, tip and tail for easy turning, high speed stability and unreal pop
  • Compared to the Horrorscope FK this board has a faster base, snappier core, and snappier fiberglass-Its ready to go faster and jump higher than you�ll be able to handle.

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this board is so sick just the perfect amount of flex and it has tons of pop. good edge hold to. a good amount of reverse camber, good float this thing has it all i love it and the graphic is really sweet...... but as i just found out this board chips really easily.... casue its so light weight its not to durable :(

How soft is this board? Could you compare...

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How soft is this board? Could you compare it with other similar boards? Will work the 155 with 12 boot size?

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This may not make alot of sense, but the board is stiffer than you would think, it just doesnt feel like it because of the flat kick. and no you need a wide board.

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you don't need a wide board with a 12 boot... super wide boards are overkill unless you are a 13 with flat angles... a 12 should be fine on any width above 25.0cm if you're riding park, unless you're riding 0, 0... the ultrafear is a midwide with a width of 25.5ish cm... i'm riding a horrorscope with the same width in 11.5's and 15, -15 angles, and i don't feel a thing... don't believe the hype; unless you're laying down knee dragger euro carves, you won't notice any toe drag with 12's on a midwide... and the benefits you get from riding a midwide as opposed to a super wide trucker board surely outweigh any minimal risk of toedrag...

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If I had a size 12 foot I'd go with a wide board for sure.

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mos def a wide board. I have 12's, ridden everything from a 24.8, to a 26.8, and riding a slightly wider board is heaven. if you need to lay down a heavy edge, hit ice, get into deeper snow, etc. The smallest board i've ever ridden with zero problems, is a 25.5, with +15 -15 angles.

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Yes jordi i have the ultrafear in a 155 but the 2011 version, you will have no problems with size 12. i ride 12s and there is no issues with em. last season i rode a rome graft with a 250ww and had no issues! john has no idea what hes talkin bout.

how does this board do on jumps? is it too...

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how does this board do on jumps? is it too soft for them?

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the combination of flat camber and a very soft flex makes for a not so ideal board for jumps. If you do end up using it for that maybe go up a size for more stability.

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You will be ok as long as your not hitting 90 footers.