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The Space Metal Fantasy harnesses the biggest trend in snowboarding and applies that reverse camber theory in a women's specific chassis. Modeled after the Horror scope FK, the reverse camber Flat Kick application of the SMF yields the same major results. Elevated contact points provide a very forgiving, fun experience for intermediate riders looking to expedite the learning curve, and pre-loaded camber positioning helps expert level jibbers looking to impress.
Transworld SNOWboarding Magazine's 2010 test results held the Space Metal Fantasy FK as the #2 women's board in the world under $400, while it beat every one of the top five boards on price.
Space Metal Fantasy
I can not say enough great things about this board. I am not the most experienced rider but this board has really allowed me to progress all over the mountain, and a lot quicker than my first board did. It is super fun and forgiving on the runs and the soft flex makes it easy to butter down the mountain & fun to ollie. It has especially helped boost my confidence at park. I get lots compliments on the graphics too (which is part of the reason I chose it over the Burton Social). Definitely recommend this board!
Height: 5' 3// Weight: 135lbs// Boots: Burton Sapphire, size 7.5 // Stance: 22in, 18/-18// (same as 2010 version) CAPiTA Space Metal Fantasy 143 the CAPiTA SMF is based on the mens horroscope. Continuously by far my favourite snowboard... it's one of the softest boards I've ever ridden, but also one of the most fun. For someone who used to ride a lot of stiffer snowboards and enjoys laying down deep trenches on groomed runs, this super noodle deck has never let me down. I can do everything I used to do as a rider, and more! This board gives nice short radius turns, and nice fat carves, it's good on jumps, box's and rails, and excels mainly in the park. I would highly recommend this as a park board for any lady looking to add to their quiver. Additionally, I would also highly recommend this to any beginner looking for something to get started on, its very forgiving and easy to ride. As an advanced rider, I enjoy this board EVERYWHERE! and on EVERYTHING! It's def my go to deck for guaranteed fun! Cant believe its not butter? this is nothing but. Press, pop, jib, progress, lay it down, giv'er! On the downside, this board is torsional soft as well making ollying straight somewhat more challenging at times, just something to get used to... and soft boards don't power through chop very well, so if you like to ride really fast and straight line... might wanna look elsewhere. The 2011 deck rides almost identically to the 2010... I didn't notice any major differences.
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