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Killer in the park.

Count on the Capita Horrorscope FK Snowboard when you want to slay rails without destroying your wallet. It has a buttery flex, forgiving profile, and twin shape to help you step up your jib game whether you're lapping the park or throwing down in the streets. Equipped with an Urban FK profile, this board has rocker from under the bindings out to the tips to give it a loose, catch-free feel that's a blast to jib with, while a flat section between the inserts makes it stable enough to take through the jump line.

A Form 6 fiberglass configuration laid up at zero and 90-degree angles retains a soft, consistent flex while improving energy return and durability. Blunted tips reduce swing weight and allow you to ride a slightly shorter length than before, and the new RFC Sustainable Select Core increases strength and pop while still providing a smooth flex for tweaked presses. It's finished off with an HMC extruded base that's harder and tougher than standard extruded bases, yet still just as easy to repair after you ding it up.

  • Urban FK profile(flat underfoot, rocker tip & tail)
  • Twin shape
  • Medium flex
  • RFC Sustainable Select core
  • Form 6 fiberglass configuration (biax)
  • 360-degree steel edge
  • HMC extruded base

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Park Pleasure

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

The Horrorscope is the deck of choice for riders who concentrate on the park. With zero camber between your feet and Reverse camber thru the nose and tail make the Horrorscope the softest flexing board in Capita's collection. Without breaking the bank the Horrorscope delivers. Even on a powder day the reverse camber in the nose helps this deck float. There are no bad days on a Horrorscope.


Horrorscope Edit

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Horrorscope Edit

If I am 5'5" - 5'6" and 135lbs, would for example a 145 be too small and a 151 too big? Looking to narrow down the range of options.


Weight and your riding style will be a big factor for what size to go with.

If you're aiming for more park riding, I'd say the 145cm board would be the way to go. But the 149cm would be a great compromise between the 145cm and the 151cm.

Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!

Jared D.

Expert Gearhead



Easy style park performance

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

The Horrorscope is Capita's softest flexing board, great for the park or urban snowboarding. It as durable and lighter then ever. This board is made to take a beating and is affordable enough where you don't feel guilty for unwrapping it and getting straight to business. This board has deflection tunning in the nose and tail to increase durability from tram to rails and boxes. Oh yeah, the Flat Kick floats in the pow, so if you are lucky enough to catch a storm or two, just wax er up and set the bindings back.