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Old 08-28-2010, 08:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2011 Capita midlife??

anyone know much about this board or heard any reviews???? i got a indoor FK now, but lookin for a board for mainly mtn. riding and jumps, but i still would like it to be alittle flexy too... i wondered how this board would compare riding vs there FK boards
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hey were definately in the same boat but im looking into those 2010 models. what size is your indoorFK? Do you find that it just belongs in the park, thats why your looking at the midlife?
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Old 08-28-2010, 03:04 PM   #3 (permalink)
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the midlife is a mid wide, with carbon between the binders, indoors has the carbon pushed farther out towards the tip and tail.
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hey were definately in the same boat but im looking into those 2010 models. what size is your indoorFK? Do you find that it just belongs in the park, thats why your looking at the midlife?
im just mainly wanting another board the the mtn runs and bigger jumps...the indoor FK is great for everything but that
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From CAPiTA check the Black death. Thats what its made for.
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From CAPiTA check the Black death. Thats what its made for.
yeah i was told about the black death too, i dno ill see i guess, one guy just told me check the stairmaster too, but isnt it alot more noodly, i know its cambered right?
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If you want a board from CAPiTA for charging the mountain and riding deeps, the BD is really the best choice. The Stair is a jib/park board. A great board but will leave you wanting more is you're hard charging.

Other boards too look at that fit you needs are the K2 TurboDream, Ride Highlife, Rome Agent, Salomon Answer, or a Nitro Team Gullwing. The Agent and Team are a little more geared toward freestyle than the other three. All will handle the whole mountain well, but those two will handle park better than the other three and the BD.
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I rode the mid-life 155 for a season and liked it as a park board. Handles the rest of the mountain with ease.
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If you want a board from CAPiTA for charging the mountain and riding deeps, the BD is really the best choice. The Stair is a jib/park board. A great board but will leave you wanting more is you're hard charging.

Other boards too look at that fit you needs are the K2 TurboDream, Ride Highlife, Rome Agent, Salomon Answer, or a Nitro Team Gullwing. The Agent and Team are a little more geared toward freestyle than the other three. All will handle the whole mountain well, but those two will handle park better than the other three and the BD.
thanks man, well theres usually not much deep stuff here on the east coast,so i dont need anything for powder... i just wanting something that wont chatter at higher speeds down the mtn. and will be good with jump landings...
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i also thought of this..since i have the indoor FK 152 for park, how would a "cambered" indoor say a 156 do for what im looking for???? just a thought..
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