|Type:||Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Shape:||Twin, Freestyle FK|
|Core:||SS Select Core|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Capita Indoor Survival Snowboard
As one of our team rider''s favorite boards, the Indoor Survival is the go-to board inside and outside of
the park. These durable, responsive freestyle boards have become a customer favorite in the CAPiTA
line because they''re proven to survive whatever you can give them. Featuring our Freestyle FK reverse
camber configuration, these Transworld Top Ten Good Wood Award winners are one of the best selling
and most successful lines in CAPiTA history.
- SS Select Core
- Form 6 Fiberglass Configuration
- 2x20mm Carbon + Kevlar Beams
- Black Fleece Additive
- XXX[truded] Base
- Die Cut + Silkscreen Combo Base Graphics
- PLT Topsheet Technology
- 360 Degree Steel Edges
- 4x2 Inserts
- Aluminum Logo Base Inlay
- Flex: 5
- Freestyle FK
|Effective Edge (cm)||112.8||113||115||116.6||117.7||119|
|Tip Width (cm)||28.40 / 28.40||28.50 / 28.50||29.07 / 29.07||29.45 / 29.45||29.73 / 29.73||30.15 / 30.15|
|Tail Width (cm)||28.40 / 28.40||28.50 / 28.50||29.07 / 29.07||29.45 / 29.45||29.73 / 29.73||30.15 / 30.15|
|Waist Width (cm)||24.2||24.3||24.8||25||25.3||25.6|
That 's a really good question. The Capita Indoor Survival Snowboard and the Capita Horrorscope Snowboard are both great deck. I think you'd be better off with the Indoor Survival; it has a full wood core, 2 20mm wide kevlar and carbon load bars running the whole length of the board, and it has won the TWS Good Wood & Snowboarder Platinum Pick Award.
Overall the Indoor Survival has a longer flat stable zone underneath and in between the feet with a slightly rockered nose and tail, combine that with a 5 flex rating and you have a deck that can basically go anywhere and still have an amazing freestyle influence.
Im looking for a board that i can use in the park and hit the jumps but the majority of my ride i like to carve. Is this going to fit my needs or would you recommend something else?
The Capita Indoor Survival Snowboard is a great deck with a strong freestyle influence that has won a Good Wood and Platinum Pick awards. The Indoor features a profile called Freestyle FK which is a flat base in between the feet and a reverse camber (rocker) nose and tail that starts just past the binding mounts.
I've been on the Indoor, it takes a little time to get used to - I say that because you really need to have your weight center over the top of the board while landing jumps/rails etc... At times it can feel loose on groomers if you power out of turns with your weight on your back foot, but it rips in powder...
If you're looking for a great all terrain deck that can go anywhere and that really excels cruising check out the the following decks:
Capita Outdoor Living Snowboard - Flex 5 - Zero Camber Profile (Completely flat) » http://www.the-house.com/9852caodlv14zz-capita-snowboards.html
Capita Outsiders Snowboard - Flex 6 - New Age Camber Profile (Camber with a small amount of flat near the contact points) » http://www.the-house.com/9852catosd14zz-capita-snowboards.html