The DC MLF Snowboard is the board of choice for the DC Snowboard team. The response and clean turnability (its a word) of a classic traditional camber meets lightweight construction and skate inspired graphics. Use this board for ripping quick cuts and lightning fast acceleration.
Traditional Camber Snowboarders everywhere love traditional camber because it naturally offers explosive ollies and powerful turns by inherently loading up the tip and tail.
Flex Rating: 7 (1 Soft - 10 Stiff) Retains some playfulness but definitely has more drive as opposed to less.
Impact Core Lightweight Poplar for lightweight power and pop, with Ash hardwood underfoot to give the board superior impact resistance. The result is a lightweight, responsive, and durable
Carbon Quadrax Glass fibers are woven tightly together in four direction, giving the board a smooth ride in all directions and a stable feel due to dual carbon fiber bands running from tip to tail for the maximum power and response.
Sintered Supreme Base The Sintered Supreme Base had a stonegrind finish and is lightning fast.
Fresh Deck Top Sheet DC's new Fresh Deck topsheets give DC boards the same poppy feel you get from a skate deck. This technology adds a snap and life to the boards that you can get only with select natural wood. Sure, they look pretty but these topsheet laminates deliver pure performance, backed by several years of testing and development. The wood is sealed to protect it from the elements to maintain its new, naturally poppy feel.
2 x 4 Insert Pattern
|Effective Edge (mm)||108||109||110||112||112|
|Tip Width (mm)||289.8||291.2||291.7||292.9||294.1|
|Waist Width (mm)||248||249||249||250||251|
|Tail Width (mm)||289.8||291.2||291.7||292.9||294.1|
|Sidecut Radius (m)||7||7.1||7.1||7.2||7.3|
|Stance Range (in)||21-25.5||21-25.5||21-25.5||21-25.5||21-25.5|
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Comments about DC MLF Snowboard 2014:
This is probably the funnest board I have had. 85% of my riding is probably ungroomed runs, trees, and powder. I might do 15% park which is mostly jumps, and small boxes. This board was meant to charge down anything whether it be moguls, choppy terrain, or powder. The board isn't that flexible so butters are a little harder. I feel very stable when landing jumps.