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Capita are famous for their street and park riding, with a pro team that has some of the most creative freestyle riders ever seen. What people might forget is that they also make queally amazing backcountry snowboards and luckily I got to test the black snowboard of death, and survived!

Level
Advanced, Expert, Intermediate, Pro, Recreational
Flex Rating
7
Terrain
All Mountain, Big Mountain, Freeride, Piste
Best for
All Mountain Freeride
Price
£500
Park
7
Off-piste
9
Low speed
8
Value
8
On-piste
9
High speed
8
Overall Score
8

You may sometimes wish there was a snowboard that can do everything, well look no further as Capita has the answer.

The Capita Black Snowboard Of Death isn't as scary as the name might suggest, however it is incredibly versatile and fun! This isn't my top choice for hitting the park, but I happily got in a few laps on the BSOD on the rails and kickers.

Best suited to all mountain freeride, the BSOD isn't that stiff and I found it really easy to ride no matter where I went or how fast/slow I went there.

The BSOD hold a great edge, carves well and rips in the powder too, but best of all is that thanks to Capita's Mountain FK camber profile, just about anyone can ride this amazing snowboard!

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