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Capita Indoor Survival Snowboard

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Specs

Type: Freestyle, All Mountain
Shape: Twin

Description: Capita Indoor Survival Snowboard

The Capita Indoor Survival Snowboard is for snowboarders who both want a great ride and also want to be ecologically responsible. The Indoor Survival Snowboard is eco-friendly because the core is a RFC Sustainable Core, meaning it is made out of material that is not harmful to the environment. The core is still high performance with a flex pattern that is uniform. The speed base is wax infused and will give you a very quick ride when riding the Capita Indoor Survival Snowboard.

Key Features of the Capita Indoor Survival Snowboard:
  • Twin Shape: True Twin snowboards go forward and backward equally.
  • Camber: Positive camber creates extra pop and is ideal for advanced riders or those that ride on ice.
  • Flex Rating: 5 is right in the middle to balance butters and blasting off kickers. Reverse Camber boards are always better for flexing than normal camber boards.
  • Reforestation Certified Sustainable Core: Help the environment without sacrificing performance. It''s official and certified by leading environmental agencies.
  • Form-6 C Fiberglass Configuration with Carbon Kevlar Reinforcements
  • Wax Infused Rotation Sintered Speed Base- A fast base that needs little maintenance because wax is infused with ptex or base material.
  • 4x2 Inserts: Standard fit for all your stance locations and accepts every brand binding.
  • Waist Width: 152cm - 243mm, 154cm - 247mm, 156cm - 251mm, 158cm - 253mm, 160cm - 256mm

Indoor Survival


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Camber FTW
I had an indoor survival FK. I loved the board, but it had a strange feeling towards the tail, kind of like it was searching back and forth for an edge while riding flat. I attributed this to its flat kick reverse camber shape. I really loved the pop and flex of the indoor, so i gave its cambered brother a try, and I was glad I did! The cambered version solved the issue. This thing was a tank. I would point it, and the board would go wherever i wanted. It held an edge very well, and was super stable. It was also my first time back on a cambered board in a while, and it was like visiting and old friend. The pop of the cambered version was much better then the fk model, however it was a bit harder to press. This might also have been because i was not used to riding camber for a while. One thing you do lose is float in powder. I had to struggle a lot more to keep the nose up than on the FK version. The FK indoor would float effortlessly in the powder. It was still fun, just not as surfy. I would definitely recommend this board to anyone looking for an all mountain board that does not want to move to a reverse camber board, or for someone who has found that reverse camber may not be for them
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September 1, 2011
Camber FTW
I had an indoor survival FK. I loved the board, but it had a strange feeling towards the tail, kind of like it was searching back and forth for an edge while riding flat. I attributed this to its flat kick reverse camber shape. I really loved the pop and flex of the indoor, so i gave its cambered brother a try. and i was glad i did!

The cambered version solved the issue. This thing was a tank. I would point it, and the board would go wherever i wanted. It held an edge very well, and was super stable. It was also my first time back on a cambered board in a while, and it was like visiting and old friend. The pop of the cambered version was much better then the fk model, however it was a bit harder to press. This might also have been because i was not used to riding camber for a while.

One thing you do lose is float in powder. I had to struggle a lot more to keep the nose up than on the FK version. The FK indoor would float effortlessly in the powder. It was still fun, just not as surfy. I would definitely recommend this board to anyone looking for an all mountain board that does not want to move to a reverse camber board, or for someone who has found that reverse camber may not be for them
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September 1, 2011
Camber FTW
I had an indoor survival FK. I loved the board, but it had a strange feeling towards the tail, kind of like it was searching back and forth for an edge while riding flat. I attributed this to its flat kick reverse camber shape. I really loved the pop and flex of the indoor, so i gave its cambered brother a try. and i was glad i did!

The cambered version solved the issue. This thing was a tank. I would point it, and the board would go wherever i wanted. It held an edge very well, and was super stable. It was also my first time back on a cambered board in a while, and it was like visiting and old friend. The pop of the cambered version was much better then the fk model, however it was a bit harder to press. This might also have been because i was not used to riding camber for a while.

One thing you do lose is float in powder. I had to struggle a lot more to keep the nose up than on the FK version. The FK indoor would float effortlessly in the powder. It was still fun, just not as surfy. I would definitely recommend this board to anyone looking for an all mountain board that does not want to move to a reverse camber board, or for someone who has found that reverse camber may not be for them
Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0) · Flag as Inappropriate
September 1, 2011
Camber FTW
I had an indoor survival FK. I loved the board, but it had a strange feeling towards the tail, kind of like it was searching back and forth for an edge while riding flat. I attributed this to its flat kick reverse camber shape. I really loved the pop and flex of the indoor, so i gave its cambered brother a try. and i was glad i did!

The cambered version solved the issue. This thing was a tank. I would point it, and the board would go wherever i wanted. It held an edge very well, and was super stable. It was also my first time back on a cambered board in a while, and it was like visiting and old friend. The pop of the cambered version was much better then the fk model, however it was a bit harder to press. This might also have been because i was not used to riding camber for a while.

One thing you do lose is float in powder. I had to struggle a lot more to keep the nose up than on the FK version. The FK indoor would float effortlessly in the powder. It was still fun, just not as surfy. I would definitely recommend this board to anyone looking for an all mountain board that does not want to move to a reverse camber board, or for someone who has found that reverse camber may not be for them
Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0) · Flag as Inappropriate
September 1, 2011

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