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So good 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 domination 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.

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. Black Fleece fiberglass in the middle increases strength to prevent breakage when you're dropping big gap-to-lipslides, and the Custom Weave configuration uses a specially formulated resin with more rigid qualities to increase energy return while decreasing weight.

Lightweight poplar and beech wood in the core allow for a consistent, uniform flex to help you keep your presses looking legit. 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 fast and tough so it can take a beating and keep getting up for more.

  • Flat from insert to insert with mild rocker at tip and tail
  • Twin shape
  • Custom Weave fiberglass configuration
  • Black Fleece additive
  • Die Cut sidewalls with 1.5mm dampening
  • CS Select RFC Sustainable Dual core
  • Sintered base
  • PLT topsheet technology

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Would I be okay riding this board with a...

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Would I be okay riding this board with a size 11 boot? I currently ride a Horrorscope wide 151cm.

Best Answer Responded on

Hey Patrick T,

Thanks for your question.

I would suggest sticking with a wide board so that you can avoid having any toe drag.

4 5

Good park annihilator.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been an avid Capita supported for years and having ridden the Ultrafear FK, The Outdoor Living, The Totally Fk'n Aweosme, and The Defenders of Awesome. THIS BOARD KILLS EVERYTHING IN THE PARK. I love riding in the park, this board loves riding in the park, we're a match made in heaven. Don't get me wrong I ride all around the mountain but if the conditions are right in the park and I'm riding this board, I don't ever want to leave the safety of the jumps and rails. The zero camber turned rocker makes this board fun and playful. Butters and presses have never felt so easy and satisfying. Jumping on this board is a little different but it does very well on all jumps <50 feet which is fine by me. The only downside to this board is that is gets a little too squirrly when riding mach speed through crud but so do most boards. Thats the only reason this board lost a star, cause a five star product should be perfect.

5 5

Again and again. . .

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I say this because I keep buying ti over and over again and again. I'm psyched on the Ultrafear because it gives me exactly what I want. I mostly ride park and rails so I really like a softer, smaller board for cruising around the park. When I do ride out of the park i usually butter around all over the place trying find as many side hits, jibs and whatever else to bounce off of. I think this board is most fun because the camber. The flat between the feet gives the board a real nice balance feel on rails and the reverse in tips make it super fun and buttery. I've ridden some other boards from Capita (horrorscope) and I must say I like this one more in terms of flex. It's a little stiffer so it has more pop and gives you a more balanced ride.

Like I was saying I mostly ride in the park. I love rails and spend a ton of time working on learning new rail tricks. That doesn't mean I circumnavigate the booters in the park. I've hit jumps of all shapes and sizes on this board with no problems at all. Thats why I like this board it absolutely kills it on the rails but can hold its own on the jumps and the rest of the mountain. One of my friends even rides one of this in powder!

I would say if you want a buttery soft, maneuverable machine for rails/park size down a tad and if you want an all mountain killer, that will be sweet in the park get something true to size or a tad larger.

I cruise a 153 and am 5'10" and weigh in at 160 LBS

I really don't think any one will regret buying this snowboard. . . .unless you ski. ..

5 5

Terrifyingly Fun

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This board is so fun, I keep coming back to it year after year. I've most recently ridden it in a 149, and for me that is great as far as a jib specific deck. I would bump myself up to a 151 if I wanted to take it out of the park, personally. CapItas flat/ rocker combo on this board is awesome- Loose when you want it to be, but still holds the pop of a lot of other boards. Pressing this board is as simple as they come, but I never feel like I'm loosing control when cruising the mountain at high speeds. Overall, this board is BAD ASS.

Responded on

Just for reference on the board length, what's would size board would you recommend for me?

I'm 5'11 and 68kg, and I like to jib around, do air tricks, but also like the carve and shred at some high speeds.

Responded on

Matt, We are very similar is size and riding style. I tend to ride my board pretty small, as I spend most of my time on rails, so I would suggest you try out a 151 or a 153- and I'm thinking you might prefer the 153 for more stability in the air and at high speeds.