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Capita Really captures the skate inspired ride with the Ultrafear and when testing this board the first thing we wanted to do was take it to the park where it really excels.

Level
Advanced, Expert, Recreational
Flex Rating
4
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
Any rider who wants a high-end freestyle board, great for the park but can hold its own on the piste.
Price
£420
Versatility
9
Boxes & rails
10
Value
7
Kickers
9
Pipe
6
Overall Score
8

Capita's Ultrafear combines the flex and feel of a freestyle park board with the stability and power of an all mountain snowboard. For a park board, the Ultrafear handles speed well and is great fun to cruise around the mountain on.

When you take this snowboard into the park you'll find the board promotes confidence and the sintered base makes light work of kickers, rails, boxes or any other feature you hit. You'll also find this board is very easy to turn and nice to carve on with solid edge hold for choppy conditions.

The Ultrafear features Capita's Freestyle FK camber which makes the board solid underfoot and very forgiving. This results in a board that any rider who is looking for a high-end freestyle board from beginner to pro will absolutely love.

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