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Capita DOA FK vs Ultrafear FK

Looking in to these two, 2015 models. Mainly for park freestyle, presses and butters, but I'm not and will never be a park rat or street killer, board must be rideable on the rest of the mountain, to hit natural features etc. Which one is better for what I want?
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DOA. The camber profile will make it easier to ride around the mountain than the Ultra's.


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2 completely different decks. ultrafear is more of a jib stick and DOA is a true twin all mountain freestyle machine. id take the DOA.
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This would be a second board, I have a salomon the mans board for all mountain. What I ask from DOA or Ultra is to shine in park and not to be shit everywhere else, cus once I'm on it, I'll ride it whole day, more in park and a little bit of everything else, except powder. The mans board is for everything except park.
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in that case id take the ultrafear for the sake of diversity in the quiver. the doa will be similar to the mans board but a little more playful and freestyle orientated whereas the ultrafear will be much more forgiving and easier to press/butter for those park days.
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is the capita web site down? im trying to get on there and its just videos
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they haven't updated the site for 2015 fully yet.
right now it's all teasers for their video, but you can view the catalog for the new line, though.
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