Under Review: CAPiTA Ultrafear FKBy Nick Lipton • Jun 28th, 2010 • Category: Features, Latest, Reviews
You won’t find the CAPiTA UltraFear FK in the 2011 catalog, and you might have a heck of a time finding it in stores. This board is an ultra limited edition, late release board to the CAPiTA line. This means you might want to hurry to your local shop and pick one up. Why did we like it? Well, the reverse camber and wood core ensure you enough flex to impress the babes with solid, no-tap, nose or tail presses that won’t flap or cause you to break a sweat. At the same time this board is naturally stiffer than most “jib boards” allowing you to hit the big jumps, nuke down shitty terrain and turn on a dime. At high speeds, there was very little of the chatter you usually get with jib boards, but it isn’t the stiffest board out there. If your goal is massive triple corks, might want to look elsewhere. Overall, the CAPiTA Ultrafear FK was a pleasure to ride. If you’re looking for one stick to handle any terrain, press like hell and float through powder, this Ultrafear FK will be your partner in crime.
-flat kick reverse camber
-full wood core
-epoxy glass configuration
-specially designed dampening system placed along the edge to enhance impact resistance.
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The Official pitch:
“The ULTRAFEAR FK: TAKES NO EFFORT! STABLE AT HIGH SPEEDS! PERFECT FOR HANGOVERS! JIB LIKE A MAD MAN!”
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