Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Port Orchard, WA
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I don't know about the Arbor or the Rome, but the CAPiTA that you have listed is stiff and fast. When I rode one it was in early Spring conditions. In other words, we had sun, sticky snow, a light sprinkle, and then a full on snow dump to finish the day. The TFA held it's own through all of it, and was fun for jumps in the park as well. The board runs a hybrid profile similar to Signal's. This means camber underfoot, and rocker in the tip and tail. The rocker is mellow though, and the stiffness of the deck, combined with it's dampness, makes it more than serviceable for groomer slaying. I've heard great things about the Coda as well, I've just never had the luxury of riding one. Same with the Rome. Personally though, anything with a full rocker profile is not going to be my groomer slaying stick of choice.
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