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Capita have been going from strength to strength and the DOA at the test yet again established itself as one of the most versatile snowboards available. No matter what the conditions were the defenders of awesome was a huge hit with all our testers.

Level
Advanced, Expert, Intermediate, Pro, Recreational
Flex Rating
6
Terrain
All Mountain, Freeride, Park, Piste
Best for
Everything - All Mountain Freestyle
Price
£380
Park
9
Off-piste
8
Low speed
10
Value
9
On-piste
9
High speed
8
Overall Score
10

Capita's graphics are always amazing and the DOA didn't disappoint! This board was my favourite all-mountain board of the test and my go-to board for riding in a big group with others.

No matter where we all went the board was so much fun to ride, forgiving and rippable in the slush, stable when charging down the slope and when dropping off a cliff into powder!

Defenders Of Awesome really is an apt name for this board and there was no thought or effort needed to ride it. Anyone looking for a super-versatile all-mountain board can't go wrong with this board and it was great fun in the park too.

Lightweight, easy to turn and fast edge-to-edge even a beginner would get on really well with the DOA.

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