The Capita Horrorscope Wide Snowboard is an awesome urban and park board for the intermediate to advanced rider who likes to try out some daring new material wherever they find snow and is back to dominate for another year. The Horrorscope boasts a blunted shape with a shorter tip and tail which greatly reduces the swing weight. The RFC Sustainable Select Wood Core is poppy and lightweight to give uniform flex and consistency. Utilizing Capita's PLT Topsheet Technology, which is a reverse camber style, makes the board easier to ride with better responsiveness and quick edge-to-edge transitions. To reduce your maintenance time, the HMC Extruded Base was designed to be user-friendly and has proven performance without constant waxing. It's dense, durable, abrasion-resistant and, most importantly, it's fast. At the end of the day, Capita Horrorscope Snowboard is simply light, strong and awesome making it one of Capita's best-sellers. This board comes in a wide size for the shredder with big feet.
Hi I'm Trevor. I just got off the Capita Horrorscope. I'd give this board a 4.5 out of 5 stars. Really solid park board for that entry-level rider. I'd say this is easily the best board for the price point. Nice, smooth buttery turns. Like I said 4.5 out of 5.
Hi I'm Mike, I just got off the Capita Horrorscope. I give this board a 5 out of 5 stars. I've always really liked this snowboard. It's a little bit wider so it's very stable on rails. It's really flexy and really poppy which makes it a lot of fun to butter around on boxes and just kind of play around all over the park with. I wouldn't necessarily take it off of big jump, it doesn't really have the pop or the landing gear, but rails and smaller features...definitely a really good buy.
Hey Guys, Dan here, just hopped off the Capita Horrorscope. This thing I'd give 4 out of 5 stars. It's a really fun board. Super easy for anybody who wants to get into riding, to rip around on this thing. If you like jibbing, maybe you live in the city, you like the urban features - this thing is the perfect tool for you. I'd recommend checking out the Capita Horrorscope.