DC Ply Snowboard
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DC Ply Snowboard - Womens

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Type: Freestyle, All Mountain
Shape: Twin
Camber: Camber, Lock & Load Camber
Flex: Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern: 4x4
Sidewall Type: Hybrid
Core: Stratus Core
Base: Extruded
Sidecut: Radial
Stance Setback: None
Ability Level: Entry Level, Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: DC Ply Snowboard - Womens

The DC Ply Snowboard - Women's is a lightweight sleek board that is designed with the smaller bodies of women in mind. The DC Ply Snowboard features a reduced twin shape offering increased maneuverability and handling in rough terrain. The board is a favorite of professional snowboarders Kimmy Fasani and Raewyn Reid and has a well-made stratus core that offers versatility in all terrain. The DC Ply Snowboard is a good board choice for those who like to rip it up every day.

Key Features of the DC Ply Snowboard:
  • Stratus Core: Vertically laminated 100% poplar wood core is powerful, lightweight and maintains good pop, whether in the steeps, park or the streets
  • Flexalite Tip: 30% lighter than traditional construction and better flex. Reduced swing weight and the flex is designed to give the rider more control on tricky presses
  • Radius 2 Flat: The flat surfaces at the tip and tail of the board provide lift in powder to keep you floating in the deepest snow, while the radius blends in perfectly with the sidecut to create effortless transitions from edge to edge
  • True Base: fast, durable and easy to maintain. Provides exceptionally fast base that does not require frequent tuning
  • 64.20 Bi-Ax: Two directions of glass fibers are woven tightly together for a forgiving and torsionally flexible ride without sacrificing strength and durability and giving you increased board control
  • Structurn Base: Scientifically proven to be a faster base in all conditions. Just like the dimples of a golf ball break tension and make it fly farther, these small dimples in DC's base break water tension and allow your board to glide faster, turn easier and allow you to ride on
  • Lock and Load Camber: New approach to 'traditional' camber. Camber throughout the midsection of the board, and then DC lengthened the traditional contact points of the board to create a flat, stable platform for locking on and loading up the tail
  • Flex: 6
Length (cm) 145.75 149.5 153.25
Contact Length (cm) 109 112 114
Tip/Tail Width (cm) 28.2 28.5 28.7
Waist Width (cm) 23.9 24.1 24.3
Sidecut (m) 6.3 6.3 6.3


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If I have size 9 in men's boots, will they be too big for this board?
Amanda M on Jan 20, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Amanda,

Your size 9 men's boots will be good for the DC Ply Snowboard.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 21, 2015
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Girlfriend is 5'4", very light (surprise! I don't know her weight), and has about 10 seasons behind her. Old board is a 151cm K2 A Star (she said R Star, but I couldn't find that). I haven't seen her ride, but she describes her style as easy cruising, no tricks/jumps, and not very aggressive/high speed. Two questions.
1) What length board?
2) Which would you choose: Artec Laura, Burton Feather, Rossignol Justice Amptek, DC Ply, K2 Lime Lite, or other?
Chris on Jan 16, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Chris,
1. I'm 5'9 and I ride 153cm, How does she like the 151cm? If she likes the length then stick with 151cm. Normally I'd say for someone of her height and weight maybe go 146-148cm but I guess it's all a matter of preference.
2. I'm about the same rider as her, except I do some powder and a bit of park. I really like my DC ply, super diverse board. Works well in all mountain conditions. Really good responsiveness as well as the right level of flex for goofing around but nothing crazy.

Reply · Report · Lauren K on Nov 3, 2014
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