A 3-time Transworld Good Wood Award winner the Capita Ultrafear Snowboard is a team favorite. This board has been designed for freestyle shredding of the entire mountain and has a versatile flex and profile. The Ultrafear has a freestyle FK profile that is mostly flat to give it a stable feel and has rocker at both tips for a catch-free forgiveness. This board is smooth, with a medium flex to can be easily pressed while still giving tons of response outside of park lanes. There are Kevlar and Titanal alloy strips run down the board to increase the strength so it will not snap even when its super cold. The P2 Superlight Core on the Ultrafear is just the right blend of lightweight pop and durability. There is cork placed around the edges for enhanced impact-resistance that allows the Capita Ultrafear to take a monster beating. Topping off this board is the Wax-Infused Enduro sintered base that provides maximum durability and everlasting speed.
HI I'm Mike, I just got off the Capita Ultrafear. I give this board 5 out of 5 stars. This is one of my favorite boards, every single year I ride it, it is always a pleasure to ride. It does everything very well, uh it really doesn't find anybody who can't ride it. You can be you know more towards a beginner and get on it and carve around but being an expert you can really set an edge. It's very poppy, you can utilize this board to do a lot of fun stuff with it. I give it 5 out of 5.
Hi I'm Trevor, I just got off the Capita Ultrafear. I'd give this board a 4.5 out of 5 stars. Awesome park board, this board has tons of pop both in and out of turns and in and out of the park. You can really take this thing off of pretty much anything, anywhere you want to go. Really, really fun board. Yeah, 4.5 out of 5.
Hi I'm Cody, I just got off the Capita Ultrafear. This is a mid-level park jib board from Capita. It's very soft very maneuverable, very flexible, very easy to leave the jump. It has nice pop, with the rocker profile you can really leave the lip with ease. Um, like I said, very soft board. It's not too advanced for a beginner if you want to learn how to ollie, nollie and flex the board properly; this would be a great board for you. Again, Capita Ultrafear 4 out of 5 stars.
Hey I'm Rob, I just got done riding the Capita Ultrafear. I give this board 4 out of 5 stars. It's a fun, fun board. It's a total park-freestyle board. Uh it's soft, it's playful. I kept it mostly on lower speeds in the turns. Really maneuverable, really easy to throw around; really low swing weight. Still some nice pop and some nice response to the board. Really fun, true twin so riding switch, riding regular it's all the same. Really perfect for that mid-level to advanced-level freestyle rider. Highly recommend it.
Hi my name is Riley, I just got off the Capita Ultrafear. I give this board 5 out of 5 stars. Super fun board to ride. It has a really wide spectrum of like how it's for. Great for holding an edge you know, it locks up and really wants to go but when you're in the park it's still good for, you know, hitting boxes and rails and you know bigger sized jumps. So overall I give it 5 out of 5.