I'm selling my Capita Horrorscope Size 153 RRP $599.00 Quality built in Austria Comes with Vans grip pad Very playful and responsive board, ideal for park riding. Great for riders ranging from beginner all the way through to advance. How the Capita Horrorscope rides Flex For a board with such a soft flex rating, it presses easily. It really takes no effort to have a nose press and get the tail almost a foot off the snow. Like a fun sort of cheating. The downside of boards like this is usually stability. I was quite surprised that at speed and through chopped up snow, it held itself quite well. That might be a bit more on the style I ride, I am almost on an edge, so that might be why it felt pretty good. capita urban fk On larger jumps, if you don’t land it evenly, it will want to wash out. I had a bad habit of landing bigger jumps and drops with my weight too far back, and the soft tail of the Horrorscope just flexes out of the way. So it is tougher to ride this board on bigger jumps, but its alright if you concentrate and make sure that you land evenly on both feet. Edges Another nice surprise when it was new was the edge hold. The first few days I rode it, it was great. It held a good edge in compacted snow (not ice though) and was easy to land spins on jumps as the edges just locked in. After having a close look at the board with a true bar, the edges were a bit edge high. Which explained pretty quickly why the edge hold was so good. That would have been fine, but I bought this board for jibbing, so it got a really good detune. After than, like expected, the reliable edge hold was gone, but that is to be expected when you file the edges right away. Once the edges were detuned, it was great on boxes and rails, no grabbing, and the soft flex made it easy to force presses and sloppy 270s out. Pop Although this should be included in the flex section, the board had some decent pop. I was riding with a fairly wide stance, so the closer the bindings were to the tail, the better the pop seemed. Either way, olling was good, not like trying to ollie a useless noodle, it did push back. Technology in this board (with explanation for everyone else): RFC Sustainable Core – strong, light and flexible poplar core, that is made from sustainable wood Urban FK (Flat Kick) – flat section between your bindings, reverse camber from there to the nose and tail True Twin – rides exactly the same switch as it does regular HMC Extruded Base – cheap to make, while not super fast, it is easy to repair 360 Degree Steel Edges – edges around the whole board (nothing special) 4×2 Inserts – lots of options on where you can set your bindings Only been ridden a couple times in one season and has sat in its board bag in storage.