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The Excalibur of freestyle boards.

The kinked out rail that owned you last winter might as well be a mythical beast and everyone knows you need a special weapon to conquer those. Lo! Capita shamans have brought you the Stairmaster Snowboard to slay magical enemies. The Stairmaster was awarded Transworld’s Under $400 Good Wood award in 09 for good reason. This buttery twintip will assist you in your quest to dominate park features everywhere.
  • WDT Engineered Jib Core is tip-to-tail wood composite which provides buttery flex, a damp ride, and plenty of pop in a lightweight package
  • Form 6 Fiberglass configuration consists of the highest quality biaxial fiberglass placed on the base and top of the board for faster turn initiation and super pop.
  • Extruded Base material is easy to maintain and excels in park environments
  • Capita snowboards are built Bombproof with Old School Reliability

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2 5

stairmaster

this board was alright before it started falling apart on like the 40th day of riding. im 5'4 115lbs and go a 148 and its edges are cracked and its core is broken.

5 5

Capitaaa

love this board. im 5'7 and im rideing the 144 absolutly amazing. you can beat the shit out of it and it keeps comeing back for more

5 5

sickiest jib board this year!!!

this board is super light, lockes onto rails and boxes super nicely, is priced right, lasts forever, super poppy, easy maintenance, and goes great with union contacts. get this board if you know whats up

how much flex does this have?

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how much flex does this have?

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its flexy lik a 3 out of 10 but not out of control flexy

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Well isaac, this board has pretty good flex...for a cambered board. I don't know if you know this, but there is a new style called rockered. In a cambered board, there is a hump in the middle, with rocker, there isn't a hump, now its a valley so to speak. These boards are much more flexier and playful. If you want to have fun, jibbing everything in sight, landing new tricks with ease, and impressing chicks and ur friends, pick up a rockered board. Some good ones are burton hero, k2 www, park pickle/skate banana, and much more. Hope this helped....ps rate killer

ok im like 5'11 150 lbs all i do is booters...

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ok im like 5'11 150 lbs all i do is booters and rails what size board should i get

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152 is a good size for a park board for you

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any size can be used for park but if u want quick spins on and off you should go with a board that goes to about your chin or around your neck

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Your a fagg man, u dont hit booters or railss haha go buy a 5150 or a lamar. they sell pussy decks at dicks sportinggoods, try your local walmart for an ultimate plastics snowbaord with nice rubber step in bindings, you;ll be stoompin those big booters by the time your 80 faggot!

Im 5'6" 5'7" and i like to jib and hit...

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Im 5'6" 5'7" and i like to jib and hit kickers should i go 144 or 148

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148 for sure man and the stairmaster is sick but get the ultra fear fk i have it and it is hands down lightest board ever and just so amazing look into it cause its limited edition they are getting snacthed up really quick bro

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Go for a 120 man u can rip it up and look like the biggest pussy ever=]

5 5

Bang your Buck$$$

For the price the Stairmaster can't be beat... So poppy and fun and for the price this board is simply outstanding. I don't think you can find another board in this price range with as much tech...

I'm 5'5" i ride park i like to jib and i...

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I'm 5'5" i ride park i like to jib and i dont really hit booters. But i also like to bomb. Should i go with the 144 or 148?

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Bro, go with the 148 if you like to bomb... 148 is plenty small for jibbing and rails but it will give you a little extra surface space to keep up with your boys that are riding their 153s

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Do anything park board

Super easy to ride, even with a hang over this thing is fun as hell. Lots of pop of jumps and super playful on rails and boxes. It's a jib board but rides everywhere with ease. The new core is 30% more impact resistant than last years deck. Plus a two year warranty keeps thinks cool. Good choice for a affordable deck.

5 5

mt baker

This board's tha s**t! U Better Recognize!!!

I'm 5'10 and weight around 175-180lbs. I...

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I'm 5'10 and weight around 175-180lbs. I feel like my most recent board (08 Gnu riders choice mtx 157.5) is a bit long/stiff. I want something more park orientated although I ride everything. Is 152 to small? Or should I just go with the 156?

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Aaron, I would go with a LIB SKATE BANANA 156. It's a little shorter than your GNU, so it will be more park friendly. It's also a BANANA, so you can ride powder with it- no problem. It's really the best all-around park / pow slayer out there. Have fun!

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i think it would be fine i m the same size i ride a 152 stairmaster is built for that might be a lil harder to ride powder but i mean it s still doable for sure

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its all preference basically, i ride an aperture image 150(forum youngblood) from zumiez and im 6'. whatever feels comfortable for you, i usually judge it by where the top of your ribcage starts

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If you have the extra cash get the Never Summer Evo. Rocker/Camber tech blows everything out of the water including any Banana you can find... if you already have your all mountain board and want a stick for straight park size it down and get your spins on... just be sure to dull down your edges for those rails. For your dollar Stairmaster is the way to go