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PVC Deck Boards or Capped Composite? | deckadvisor9 Jan 2011 ... Have you used or know anything about yakima decking, dura shield composite deck boards? I was looking at the Prestige Series,in chestnut. Thanks Ron. Reply · Greg DiBernardo says: June 6, 2013 at 9:21 pm. No Ron, I have never heard of it. A good rule of thumb is to avoid new brands and products in the building industry and stay with established brands. There have been far too many new brands come and go to give them any serious consideration as far as I ...