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We rigorously put the The Capita Birds of a Feather out to test during Spring Break in Austria, to see why fans of this board seem to flock together.
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Advanced, Expert, Recreational
Flex Rating
All Mountain
Best for
Riders who want a bit of everything
Edge hold
Turn initiation
Overall Score

The Capita Birds of a Feather is extremely popular for girls and I can see why! It's got a little bit of everything to have fun on. Whether you want a fast and heavy day to a few laps in the park, you have the ability to switch up your style.

It's a hybrid camber; It has all the benefits of positive camber in the middle for stability and then with reverse and zero camber on the outside to really get that pop you want.

The Birds of a Feather didn't shine when ridden over uneven terrain and didn't handle chopped up snow too well. It has a fast-ish turn initiation and can be good for fun for tight carving. Although, it is not too forgiving if you have a few lazy skid-outs on turning.

But, surprisingly, where it really shone for me was in the powder. It feels super floaty, malleable and easy to pop around with no real effort.

It's not the 'lightest' of boards and requires some 'fresh legs' at times but it's great fun when you find your feet with it and a great option for all level riders to push their skills in any field.

Also the price cannot be ignored as it is inexpensive for a decent all-mountain stick!

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