Designed for dudes with bigger boots who like to throw down on rails, the Capita Horrorscope FK Wide Snowboard has a buttery flex, forgiving profile, and twin shape to help you step up your jib game, whether you're lapping the park or shredding the streets. The rockered portion extends from under the bindings out to the tips, giving it a loose, catch-free feel that's a blast to jib with, while a flat section between the inserts makes it stable enough to take through the jump line and stomp urban drops. Its softer flex makes it easier to lock into presses, tweak bluntslides, and maneuver between park features. Blunt tips let you ride a shorter board without compromising performance, and it reduces swing weight to make it easier to huck spins on and off of rails. Capita upgraded the layup to Special Blend fiberglass this season for increased strength and durability so the board can survive heavy urban sessions, and it's held together with new Magic Bean plant-based resin to make it a little eco-friendlier, too.
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