So fun to ride it's scary.
Strike terror into the hearts of every feature inside and outside of the park with the Capita UltraFear FK Snowboard. Designed for freestyle shredding anywhere on the mountain, this board is a team favorite thanks to a versatile flex and profile that makes it scary-good for riding everything from urban kink rails to secret powder stashes.
New this season to the Ultrafear is a Titanal spine through the centerline of the board that increases strength and durability so it can handle more abuse than ever. As always, the Freestyle FK profile is flat from insert to insert for stability and edge hold, and slightly rockered at the tip and tail for float in pow and catch-free buttering. The Custom Weave fiberglass configuration uses a specially formulated resin with more rigid qualities to increase energy return while decreasing weight.
A lightweight poplar core allows for a consistent, uniform flex to help you keep your presses looking legit, and beechwood strips at the inserts increase pop and durability. Die Cut sidewalls with 1.5mm dampening along the flat section of the board reduces chatter for a smooth ride, and the sintered base is wax-infused to prevent it from drying out and tough so it can take a beating and keep getting up for more.
- Flat with early-rise tips
- Medium flex
- Custom Weave fiberglass configuration
- Poplar core with beech strips
- Titanal spine
- Die Cut sidewalls with 1.5mm dampening system
- Wax-infused Rotation sintered base
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Best board i have ever ridden.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This board is good for the whole mountain. You don't have to worry about catching your edge at high speeds. It turns on a dime and glides through powder like its nothing. I highly recommend this board. And it is the back-to-back winner of the Transworld Good Wood Award.
So i definitly want this board, but cant decide what size. Im 5'7" 140lbs.. Ride mostly park but i still would like to take it a little backcountry and haul around as im in colorado... any suggestions? 151 or 153
You really could go either way, but I'd go with the 153 for a bit more all mountain versatility! Medium flex, full rocker, lightweight... still super maneuverable riding park.
For sure thanks! The only reason i was really thinking the 151 was because of the graphics on the bottom but whatever
Is this board pretty catch free? How far do the tips come off the ground?
The Ultrafear is a very catch free board. It has flat camber between the inserts and then rocker and flat kick in the tips. I'm not sure on the exact amount of reverse camber. Capita isn't listing that anywhere. My guess somewhere between 2-5mm. The picture gives a very good example of the camber profile. As you can see no contacts points at the tips, this will give you that catch free feel you are looking at.
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