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  1. Nicolas
    September 22, 2020 at 2:38 pm

    Dear SnowboardRobot,

    I’m currently riding a Nitro Beast 155 for my first setup with Nitro Team boots & Nitro Team Pro bindings.
    Although the board was great for learning how to carve, now that I’m exploring the tiny jumps and boxes in the park and butters it feels to stiff. Like I have to lean my entire body over the board to get it to lift just a tiny bit. (I’m 178 cm 56KG with size 9.5 boots).

    I’m looking at getting a new board and saw you reviewed 2 of them!
    Capita Asymulator 152
    Nitro Team 152
    Nitro T1 149 / 152
    Capita Scott Stevens Pro 151 / 153.

    I’ve tested all four of them but in different sizes like the Team 159 and DOA 156, T1 152, STP 155.

    Kind regards,

    • Lachlan
      September 24, 2020 at 4:56 am

      Yeah the Beast is really stiff, I think that you would probably find the Asymulator/DOA the best match for the riding you are going to do. Still with enough camber to give you good edge hold and pop (not as much as the Beast though) they would be my choice if I was starting to ride a bit more park. What was the best one you tested?

  2. Alex
    October 25, 2020 at 5:36 pm

    Hey, currently stuck between two boards. 2021 Capita Mercury and the 2021 jones mountain twin. Iā€™m 5ā€™10ā€ 155lbs and a size 9.5-10 boot. Looking for a fast charger for carving on groomers, powder, side hits and jumps. Looking at the 157 in both, sound right for my specs and interest? Which board would you pick as a one the one board to rule it all?

    • Lachlan
      October 27, 2020 at 3:51 am

      They are so similar in specs, but I bought (and liked) the Capita Mercury more. It was definitely a notch stiffer than the Mountain Twin, so I was able to ride in riskier situations and still feel like the board would hold it all together for me. Though other than the flex difference that I felt (I think both brands rate them at around a 6-7/10 each) I would still be really happy on a Mountain Twin.

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