- Name: 2010 Capita Indoor Survival FK
- Skill: Intermediate
- Pros: affordable, everything you need, nothing you dont, rides like boards $100+ more expensive
pretty damn impossible to find a board this great for this price, especially when it comes to reverse camber decks. this guy should be a $500 board, but instead its $399. capita nails it again with a killer board for a killer price. you get everything you need and nothing you dont. a great, hard sintered base for durability and speed with proper wax in any condition.. carbon in the middle for some solid beef to the board.. eco-friendly construction.. a great and simple high quality core... basically, you get a high end board for a low/mid end price.. ive ridden a bunch of $500+ all-around freestyle boards.. customs, unincs, other mid-flex rocker boards, etc, and this one is just as radical but much more affordable. flex wise its definitely a solid mid flex.. not soft, not stiff. 5/10 or so, maybe a 6. core feels very damp and solid, and you can definitely feel the carbon between the bindings keeping you on a really solid platform when things get a little more gnar. as for the flat kick rocker, its killer. simple, which is what seems to work best, as opposed to some sort of crazy intense rocker. float in pow, fun on groomers, buttery, easier to press.. all around good. but because its so simple and pretty mellow, you can still ride a bit more on the aggressive side. the rocker is there to loosen up the ride as well as add great float in pow, but its mellow enough to keep some classic power through the tips and entire contact length. i love this board, and i think pretty much anyone can have a great time on it.. any skill level, any type of riding. dont get the idea that this is just a park board because its a true twin.. its a solid mid flex deck that kills it anywhere from rails to natural terrain. capita does it again with one of the best freestyle boards out there for a great price. PS - the graphics are much more radical in person, as usual.