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CAPiTA Springbreak Powder Twin? anyone?


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anyone ridden this thing? I feel that I have to buy it, but some feedback on if its a solid all around deck or just pow rig would be greatly appreciated. I loved my slush slasher in the pow, but as I really ride groomers 97% of the time it would be good to know if I should just buy a DOA instead.

sorry if this should have gone in the Capita thread

SB3 POWDER TWIN 156

 


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It’s just an extra wide twin with nice float-enhancing contours on nose & tail kick, definitely not a “powder” board by typical standards, so I’m sure it’ll be fine. Has a tight sidecut, if that’s what you like. I’d revert to DOA if you want a more traditional twin/width, and a temperament that perhaps likes more speed on edge with a more “normal” sidecut


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i didn't ride the demo one i bought, but it was super fucking soft to hand flex, got rid of it


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Posted by: @spenser

It’s just an extra wide twin with nice float-enhancing contours on nose & tail kick, definitely not a “powder” board by typical standards, so I’m sure it’ll be fine. Has a tight sidecut, if that’s what you like. I’d revert to DOA if you want a more traditional twin/width, and a temperament that perhaps likes more speed on edge with a more “normal” sidecut

thanks Spense, you always have the solid advice 


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I’m as solid as anyone unstable

I’m sure it’s a fun twin, but you still gotta decide per your preferences. Too bad we can’t make our own diecut bases on any board 😜


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