First off I would like to say that there are no major changes to this board for 2017. I know many of you may be looking to purchase the latest gear so I want to let you know that everything said in this video and in the written review is true for both the 2016 and 2017 models.
In this snowboard review we are testing out the Capita Ultrafear on a crisp spring day at Keystone resort, Colorado. We spent a lot of the day riding Keystones A51 and I-70 terrain parks testing the board out on jumps and rails, but we also got a few full laps in to see how this board does with a bit more speed and varying terrain. The highlight for me on this board is how comfortable and maneuverable it feels on rails. Capita did a great job combining a flat to rocker profile, mid flex, and an alloy pop rod to create a jib board that is tough, flexible, poppy, and a lot of fun. If you have any questions about the Capita Ultrafear snowboard or any requests leave them in the comments below or reach out to us on social media.
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Full review of the Capita Ultrafear: http://boardarchive.com/capita-ultrafear-snowboard-review-2016/