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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-22-2012, 04:36 PM Thread Starter
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capita indoor survival

want some advice on if this board is gonna be good for me and what people who ride capita think of it.I ride a park pickle now and like it in the park but it is not the best at handling the rest of the mountain. I ride park alot so deff need something with similar flex to the pickle, but will also ride pow and rip the entire mountain daily too. i do want some reverse camber still but think the indoor survival with having both flat in between the feet and reverse on tip and tail will be better for when im not in the park.
please leave some reviews of this board and what you think
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I can't comment on Capita but I have a Ride Kink and the camber profile and flex look very similar being flat past the bindings and revese in the tips. I absolutely love it and at a flex 5 its soft enough to butter/press but just stiff enough to charge on, and the camber is great in the pow. So if its anything like my Kink , which it appears to be, its a destroyer.
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Capita Indoor Survival can definitely kill it on anything and like Casual said it is like the kink somewhat.
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Say good bye to any opes of having a board with pop, you lose too much energy in the rocker past the bindings. I would reccomend something with a C2BTX, Doubledog, Flying-V, or any other Camber-Rocker-Camber profile to maximize all mountain and park performance.
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