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Sharpen your skills for the kill with the UltraFear.

The fact that scary-fun Capita UltraFear FK Snowboard is only available in limited quantities isn't the only reason you (and we) want it so bad. The graphics are a collage of sexy (and soon to be lifeless) ladies cut from the fleshy topsheets of multiple Capita models. With this weapon you'll strike fear into the hearts of virgins that penetrates so deep, blood will ooze from their ocular cavities before you even press, slide, and rotate past their ghostly-white bodies.

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Unanswered Question

debating between 155 or 157. im 5'11 /...

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debating between 155 or 157. im 5'11 / 175lb and i wear size 9 boots. both boards size are 254 and 256. is it too big for my boots size 9?

I'm 5'11" about 180. Will the 157 be...

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I'm 5'11" about 180. Will the 157 be best?

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im 5'9 and about 155 lbs and rode a 153 last season and it was perfect for all around riding. If your looking for all around riding from big mountain pow all the way to slayin in the park i would go with a 155.

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im 6'1/2 around 175 and i recommend the 155. itll be best for park and jibbing thats what this board is best for and this board seriously cant be beat

If I have a size 11 boot would a 151 still...

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If I have a size 11 boot would a 151 still work?

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Yep, the 252mm waist is wide enough for a size 11 boot. I'm currently on a horrorscope with the same waist width as the 151 Ultra with size 10.5 boot and theres plenty of room

How flexible is this board? im debating...

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How flexible is this board? im debating between this and the Never Summer Evo

Can the 157 handle a size 12 boot without...

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Can the 157 handle a size 12 boot without too much toe drag?

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At 25.6mm, it is almost a mid wide. I would say it comes down to what you boots you are riding. If you are using a boot with a shrunken outsole (Burton Ion, DC Park, Salomon F series, Ride etc), I bet it would be fine.

im 5'10 and 145 lbs, will I be able to...

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im 5'10 and 145 lbs, will I be able to rock a 147 or is that just too small?

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I'm a chick, same height and weight here and I rock a 158cm Never Summer Circuit. The length is a good pow lacerator but you can also slay metal in the park... To figure out what size of a board you want, you must first decide its use (Park board is usally measured right below chin, all mountain at your lips, and pow board at your nose) It also depends on how aggressive a rider you are, if you're a beginner, get a shorter board or vis versa.

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that's your preference. but would go for 53. 51 for more park

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JERSEY

how well with this board spin? and spin off 30-40 footers? i live in jersey so i do shred alot of rails, jus wanna know how it holds on medium size jumps

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the board holds up on everything. kills everything. slays everything. Rode the last years ultra fear FK all season all over Utah. Make sure you get the right size. I'm 6'0 and got the '55 and needed it a little longer on the deep days and big air. 30 footers were pretty mellow though.

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bull, iv got last years model and its sketchy as shit on big jumps. on medium jumps its alright but if youv got any off centre landings it washes out. im not a pro but im rocking 720+ and its sketchy, trying to sell mine and buy somethin more stable for this year

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mathias, try out this years model and i bet you'll change your tune

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JERSEY

how well with this board spin? and spin off 30-40 footers? i live in jersey so i do shred alot of rails, jus wanna know how it holds on medium size jumps

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would size large bindings fit on a 147...

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would size large bindings fit on a 147 with a size 10?

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I am about 120 pounds and 5-8. If I used...

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I am about 120 pounds and 5-8. If I used the Capita UltraFear FK Snowboard should I get the 147, or the 151

will a size 9 boot fit on a 147?

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will a size 9 boot fit on a 147?

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yes, you'll be fine. My friend runs a 9.5 on his 147.

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not sure about the virgins and ocular cavities.....but this board is serious. seriously. horrorscope with upgraded materials in a limited graphic run each season keep this board a top choice for team riders. upgrades in core, glass, base and dampening are worth the extra $100 for this board. check the ultra fear binding this year too!!

ultrafear
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ultrafear

not sure about the virgins and ocular cavities.....but this board is serious. seriously. horrorscope with upgraded materials in a limited graphic run each season keep this board a top choice for team riders. upgrades in core, glass, base and dampening are worth the extra $100 for this board. check the ultra fear binding this year too!!

ultrafear

I'm about 125 and 5'10, should I go with...

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I'm about 125 and 5'10, should I go with the 147 or 151? I don't think I'm really done growing yet so I may be like 6' in the next year or so. And is there a HUGE difference between 4cm (or 2 inches)? I'm looking to mainly ride park so that's why I'm leaning towards the 147, but then again, I want to keep the board for a while. Thanks for the help!

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What size feet do you have? With the 151, you gain almost 1/2 a cm in waist width, as well. Overall, I am thinking the 151 will be better, especially if you jump/like tranny etc.

im all about the jumps i can do it all tho...

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im all about the jumps i can do it all tho but i want a board that can do everything but stiill with sick craphics would this board work?

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Hey boss I would say yes you could do jumps on this board but I would probably go with the stairmaster extreme. Usually Reg Camber boards are a lot more ideal for jumps. But this is a good board to get a little bit of everything great in pow and solid on rails and still jump worthy!

'11-12 CAPiTA UltraFear FK

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TYPE: REVERSE CAMBER FLAT KICK ULTRA FREESTYLE

WHY YOU'LL LIKE IT:
Behold, the ULTRAFEAR FK. Depicting dismembered pieces of every graphic throughout the CAPiTA board line, this cosmic collage features an easy to ride Freestyle FK reverse camber shape with an upgraded construction for diverse riding styles. Easy to ride in the park, with pre-pressed positioning for jibbing and a rockered nose for floating in the powder, the ULTRAFEAR FK will scare your friends whenever you're ready to step up your game. Call your local shop now, as these bad boys are only prodcued in VERY limited quantities.

IN DETAIL:
- DS Select RFC Sustainable Core
- Die Cut Sidewalls with 1.5mm Dampening System
- Custom Weave -- E Class Fiberglass Configuration
- Wax Infused Rotation Sintered Speed Base
- Silkscreen Base Graphics
- 360 Degree Steel Edges
- 4 x 2 Inserts
- Aluminum Logo Base Inlay

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

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I'm about 125 and 5'10, should I go with the 147 or 151? I don't think I'm really done growing yet so I may be like 6' in the next year or so. And is there a HUGE difference between 4cm (or 2 inches)? I'm looking to mainly ride park so that's why I'm leaning towards the 147, but then again, I want to keep the board for a while. Thanks for the help!