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If you enjoy a more skate inspired feel then the Ultrafear may very easily be the perfect board. Capita have worked hard to make a board that takes the best elements of their BSOD and DOA and refined them into this great freestyle weapon I was lucky enough to test.

Level
Advanced, Expert, Intermediate, Pro, Recreational
Flex Rating
7
Terrain
All Mountain, Park, Piste
Best for
All Mountain Park / Freestyle
Price
£420
Type
Snowboard
Park
10
Off-piste
7
Low speed
10
Value
9
On-piste
9
High speed
8
Overall Score
10

Premium shaping combined with Capita's Freestyle Fk camber profile for an amazing ride that feels natural, fun and easy. Any and every rider will adore the Ultrafear's versatility.

Beginners who are interested in getting into freestyle need look no further; this board is stable, poppy, holds an edge well and is almost too much fun when cruising along.

With a medium flex and sintered base, the Ultrafear has tons of great features under the hood that fuse really nicely and made it a pleasure to ride. Laps in the park were great but hitting sidehits all day and lapping the whole mountain were just as much fun.

I expect this board to sell out fast this year with the great feedback it got at the test from myself and everyone else there so keep your eyes peeled!

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