The Capita Outdoor Living loves to be where its name comes from, outdoors. The Outdoor Living zero camber offers a stable feel of camber, while feeling looser and easier to ride like reverse camber. Re-forestation Certified Sustainable Wood Core has been re-forestation certified by a leading environmental agency for nature and habitat sustainability and made with a single species poplar grain for a smooth, consistent ride.30mm carbon fiber beams are laid in an X configuration between the inserts in the center of the board. The placement of these fiber beams increases power output for increased torsional response. The Outdoor Living snowboard can do everything you want it, whether in the park or free riding with friends, as long as its outdoors its happy.
While the indoor kids waste away playing video games, you're out every day on the Capita Outdoor Living Snowboard enjoying the good life. Whether you're sending jumps in the park, hitting rails in the streets, or just sessioning your backyard setup, this poppy true-twin freestyle board makes snowboarding fun no matter where you are.
The flat profile provides stability at high speeds and on big drops, while keeping it forgiving enough for jibbing in the rail line. Dual carbon and Kevlar® beams in an X-pattern from insert to insert across the board increase pop and response for big ollies and quick carves. A lightweight poplar core makes it lively and provides a consistent flex, and Black Fleece fiberglass in key break zones improves durability. The sintered base is fast and tough so it can survive life in the streets or the woods.
A durable and responsive board, the Capita Outdoor Living snowboard features a flat profile ideal for the park, whether you're sliding rails, buttering boxes or hitting kickers.
Recommended rider weights are a general guideline. Please keep in mind that additional factors can affect which size will best suit your needs. If you have questions regarding ski and snowboard sizing, please contact us at 1-800-426-4840.
|Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length:||8.0m (@156cm)|
|Base Material:||Sintered P-tex|
|Base Name:||Sintered Speed Base|
|Board Size:||156 cm.|
|Construction Type:||Sidewall Construction|
|Core Material:||Wood with Carbon|
|Core Name:||RFC Sustainable Core with Carbon X|
|Effective edge:||True twin|
|Hole Pattern:||Standard 4 Hole|
|Recommended rider weight:||Freestyle|
|Rocker Type:||Zero Camber|
|Sidecut radius:||True twin|
|Special Features:||Direct digital topsheet graphics|
|Stance setback:||True twin|
i love the outdoor. still the twin brother to capita's indoor survival, the outdoor has zero camber so it's more stable on jumps and gives a little more resistance on presses then the flat kick indoor. now has an extruded base so it will take more of a beating then in the past.
if reverse camber and flat kick boards are too soft for your taste, but cambered boards are just too much, give the outdoor/zero camber a shot.
you may find it's just right in all conditions, and very stable with maximum edge contact.
I've been an avid Capita supported for years and having ridden the Ultrafear FK, The Outdoor Living, The Totally Fk'n Aweosme, and The Defenders of Awesome. And I've been let down a little with this board. I just don't get the fuss about this board. I'm pretty liberal about the cambers and rockers I ride but this was my first time riding flat/zero camber and I'm not a giant fan. The graphics on this board kill it, Capita kills it, the xxxtruded base semi-kills it (buy sintered if you can), but the flat camber just kills me. Camber has its benefits (pop, control at speed, precision) and down sides (hard to learn, catchy, not as rail friendly as rocker) and Rocker has its ups (zero-catch, easy learning, float in pow, and jib friendly-ness) and its downs (loose feeling at speed, less edge hold, washout's) And don't get me wrong Flat/Zero Camber has its pros (makes a flat table, and you can use it as a level) and cons (everything bad about rocker + everything bad about camber) I just don't get this board profile. But with my camber rant out the way, I feel that this board is a little too soft for me and xxxtruded bases are a little too soft to handle my style of riding (I beat the living s**t out of extruded bases)
I don't know what it is exactly, I believe I don't like this board just cause of the unreasonable camber. The reason I'm giving it two stars is because of the way it feels. And take this review with a grain of salt because of that. Some people might like flat boards, In my opinion camber and rocker are good and flat is bad.