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Old 12-08-2013, 08:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Is the Capita outdoor living a good board

hello everyone, i just bought last years outdoor from a buddy of mine for a fair price. i was going to get the indoor because i heard its a great park board but i wasn't gonna throw away the price he was giving me. im just not sure what the difference is besides the camber profile. im more of a jumper than a jibber so is the outdoors profile better suited for jumps? and as far as riding the two back to back, would i really notice a difference?
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Old 12-08-2013, 09:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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just picked up the outdoor living the other week. I was originally going to go with the survival but the store only had the outdoor. i made a couple threads about the two boards and learned there pretty close as far as the tech goes. imo both the boards are swiss army knifes and you should base it on one question if you enjoy jumps, outdoor. if you jib, indoor. dont be afraid of breaking capitas on day 1 these things are built to be pushed to the limits. ive made some similar threads about the two boards check them out
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