Capita Black Snowboard of Death
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I love this board and would like to get the 162 but I ride with a size 12 boot. Is the waist on the BSOD to small or should I start looking for a wide board?
December 30, 2012
February 11, 2013
This board is incredible. It's very fast and the edges are amazing, it's also very light. Its also very stable for a hybrid camber board. I got a new custom X last year and a BSOD this year; as much as I love my custom X, the black board is now my primary shred sled and I will definitely be getting another in the future.
October 31, 2012
Why It's Awesome: This one board is all you need to attack any situation. The Black Snowboard of Death integrates camber where you need it for power and stability through variable terrain with reverse camber where you want it for control in powder conditions. The BSOD also features Death Grip™ -- a unique reverse sidecut blend in the midsection of the board to complement this hybrid camber design. This combination retains high-speed control in any situation and continues to build upon the Black Death legacy, epitomizing all terrain freestyle design.
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I want o buy a Capita bsod , im 5,9 height plus 75 kg body weight and advance rider , boots 9 us i want to ride tip fast , some powder from 1 cm till 50 cm fresh , mountains like Åre sweden , lake tahoe big bear , and have fun in a small locol resorts .. no rails and boxes but i like jumps ! kikers ... so i ride more less 5 monts a year ... what do you think ! wich size will fits me better ???
November 26, 2012
Arturo, hi dude. For your height and weight, I suggest a 156 or a 159. The 156 will be more agile and more appropriate for butters and all mountain freestyle stuff. The 156 will still float well in powder, but not as well as the 159.
The 159 will be a little more stable at speed and a little more floaty, but will not be as quick to spin.
Depending on your riding style, those are the sizes I suggest.
December 12, 2012
Research out-of-stock versions:
- 156 cm, 159 cm, 162 cm, 165 cm
- medium-stiff (6.5 of 10 on Capita's scale)
- Flat Kick (rocker on nose and tail)
- Effective Edge:
- [156cm] 1199 mm; [159cm] 1225 mm; [162cm] 1251 mm; [165cm] 1277 mm
- Waist Width:
- [156cm] 253 mm; [159cm] 256 mm; [162cm] 259 mm; [165cm] 262 mm
- Sidecut Radius:
- [156cm] 8.3 > 1.5 > 7.8 m; [159cm] 8.5 > 1.5 > 7.9 m; [162cm] 8.6 > 1.5 > 8 m; [165cm] 8.8 > 1.5 > 8.2 m
- Stance Width:
- [156cm] 24 in; [159-162cm] 25 in; [165cm] 26 in
- Stance Setback:
- 0.5 in
- P2 Superlight (poplar, paulownia wood)
- Recommended Use:
- all-mountain, power freestyle
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 2 years