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DC Shoes Ply Snowboard (For Women)

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Information about DC Shoes Ply Snowboard (For Women)
Closeouts. A all-mountain freestyle board with a slightly longer nose for smooth turn initiation, DC Shoes Ply snowboard features camber underfoot and longer contact points in the tip and tail so you can ride rails and boxes without worrying about catching an edge.
  • Transworld Snowboarding magazine 2012 "Good Wood" award-winner
  • Women-specific sizing and flex
  • Stratus poplar wood core is powerful and lightweight
  • Lock and Load camber design features traditional camber through the midsection and longer contact points in the tip and tail
  • Lightweight Flexalite tip construction delivers a lower swing weight and extra flexibility
  • Radius2Flat design features flat surfaces at the tip and tail to provide lift in powder and deep snow flotation
  • 64.20 Bi-ax topsheet has two directions of woven fiberglass for a forgiving, torsionally flexible ride
  • Sidecut dimensions:
  • Length 145.75cm:
  • Tip and tail width: 28.2cm
  • Waist width: 23.9cm
  • Turn radius: 8.3m
  • Length 149.5cm:
  • Tip and tail width: 28.5cm
  • Waist width: 24.1cm
  • Turn radius: 8.3m
  • Length 153.25cm:
  • Tip and tail width: 28.7cm
  • Waist width: 24.3cm
  • Turn radius: 8.3m
  • Weight: 5 lb.
  • Core: Fiberglass with poplar and ash wood core
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Reviewed by RunnerGirl NM from New Mexico on Tuesday, March 04, 2014
We purchased this board for our daughter as an early birthday present. We looked over several boards on Sierra and she chose this one. She loves the top sheet, and she loves how it feels. She's an accomplished snowboarder and is super pleased with her new board!!
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  • Reviewed by RunnerGirl NM from New Mexico on Tuesday, March 04, 2014
    We purchased this board for our daughter as an early birthday present. We looked over several boards on Sierra and she chose this one. She loves the top sheet, and she loves how it feels. She's an accomplished snowboarder and is super pleased with her new board!!
  • Reviewed by drumlinds from Massachusetts on Friday, February 28, 2014
    I bought this board to replace a 14 or 15-year old K2 Luna (which was a solid beginner board). I'm 5'7" and 120 pounds and I bought the 149.5 cm. This board is SO much fun. It has good acceleration and gets pretty fast but still leaves you with good control at high speed. I've only ever snowboarded in New England, and the snow felt like butter - I almost couldn't fall down. (I haven't tested it on ice yet.) I like carving and bombing down the mountain, and I think this board is going to be perfect for me. (It's pretty stiff and it's not a park board.)
    I de-tuned the edges before I used it, but otherwise I didn't touch the wax or sharpen the edges. The wax on the bottom of the board has a pattern so that it's not 100% smooth. I think it's to help make the board faster, but I assume I'll have to fill the pattern in if I ever have it waxed.
    Anyway, I highly recommend this board!

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  • Question “What year was this board made?”
    Asked on 4/13/2014 7:12:55 PM by MT dog lover from Helena, MT
    • Answer You know we researched this before we purchased it for our daughter. It seems like it was last year's board. You could go on the DC site, or there was a site that reviewed many different models of snowboards that we checked out. Good luck!!
      Answered on 4/14/2014 8:21:02 AM by RunnerGirl NM from New Mexico