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DC PBJ Snowboard

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Description: DC PBJ Snowboard

Keeping you fresh and feeling alive, the DC PBJ Snowboard for men supports you in your all-mountain endeavors. Inspiring excellence, this board takes you to new places, and helps you stay in control when on the mountain face. The Traditional Camber and Tear The Roof Off Tech provides a lightweight feel that is quick to respond and throws energy into every run. The medium flex rating provides the pop you love, while keeping you stable as you carve hard. Biax Glass construction offers a flex that will take you to the park for sick stunts and jibs and photo-ops galore, while the tough base keeps you riding smooth.

Key Features of DC PBJ Snowboard:
  • Flex Rating: 5/10
  • Maneuverability: 5/10
  • Camber: +4
  • Traditional Camber
  • Astro Core
  • Bi-Ax
  • True Base
  • 3 Degree Bevel
  • Tear The Roof Off
  • Note: The DC PBJ is a 2016 Transworld Good Wood Award Winner!
Dimensions
Length (cm) 144 149 153 155W 157 159W
Min/Max Stance (in) 19-23.5 20-24.5 20.5-25 20.5-25 20.5-25 20.5-25
Tip Width (mm) 290.4 293.5 295.9 308.3 298 309.4
Tail Width (mm) 290.4 293.5 295.9 308.3 298 309.4
Waist Width (mm) 246.0 248.0 250.0 261.0 251.0 263.0
Sidecut (m) 6.5 6.7 6.9 7.0 7.1 7.2

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Great board that ollies well
I love this deck. I've owned two DC boards now and love both of them. I'm about to pick up the PLY, as well. I bought this board for spring-like conditions. I wanted something flexible and fun but with a decent camber so I can deal with the early morning ice and have fun when it softens up. This is a great board for those conditions. Love the pop on this thing. Been hitting some big, floating ollies off rollers. Loads of fun.
March 28, 2016
Denver, AL, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
9 months ago
Ability:
Advanced

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Me and my buddies spend most of our time in the park on rails but if someone slams we go hit some blue runs and just play around to help them shake it off. Is this going to be bad everywhere outside the park?
A shopper on Feb 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The DC PBJ is a smart and well made deck. It will a load of fun outside of the park, and genius in it. It will not be great in Powder.. but everywhere else it will be excellent.
Been riding a burton fix (2008 pill) for years. Looking for a new board that compares well in flexibility and is good for freestyle/all mountain riding. Any suggestions?
A shopper on Oct 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The DC PBJ will have a more stable/stiff feel than the Burton Fix.

If you want to venture into the DC lineup check out the DC Focus Snowboard HERE: http://www.the-house.com/9849dcfocmu16zz-dc-snowboards.html

If you want to stay within the Burton lineup check out the Burton Process Flying V Snowboard HERE: http://www.the-house.com/9852btprcfv16zz-burton-snowboards.html
I'm a beginner and I was looking for something that I could take through powder and trees but also ride the park on and I can't decide between the pbj and the dc focus. What do you recommend?
Jackson V on Aug 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi I'm not familiar with the DC focus, but I love love the PBJ. I've been riding it for 6 seasons and I love everything about it. It is super soft, light and forgiving. It is a great beginner board, and it will stay with you all the way on up until you become an advanced rider. I use it as an all mountain board. I ride it short (146 cm), and I have two criticisms; 1 it is a tad bit unstable on steep terrain at high speeds, (it is really not built for that), and there are better boards for deep powder. but if you are talking about an average snow day with a few inches of fresh snow, then no problem. good luck
I'm 5'8" 175lbs, and am trying to decide between 153 and 157 cm PBJ. I have the 2014 159cm K2 Raygun, and am looking for something easier to butter and hit smooth jumps with. Leaning towards 153 just because 157 is so close to 159, but what are your thoughts?
Evan C on Sep 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: At 175 lbs the 153cm DC PBJ will definitely feel softer than the 157cm.
im 5'8 170 lbs what size board should i get and my foot size is 9 – 9-1/2?
A shopper on Feb 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Go for the 157cm.
I am sooooooo into this board but only if it's the black base with white text. Can I guarantee that?

(149 pbj 2016)
A shopper on Feb 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, sorry. We can't control what quantity of what color we receive from companies board to board as far as die-cut bases go.
I am looking to get this board. I am 6' 185 lbs. Would a 155w be okay? i feel like 159 w might be too big for the park.
b tho on Feb 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: According to DC's size chart, it might be a little small for you. The 157cm might be the best bet. What size boots do you wear?
I am 5'6" and 148 pounds with boot size 10. What size would be good for me?

The sizing chart suggests 157 because of my boot size, but it sounds too much for me.
Sávio D on Jan 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Good Day Savio,
The Charts posted to this page are messed up. I apologize. Any of the 2016 DC PBJ normal width snowboards will work fine with your size 10 boot. I will fix the charts asap. You could actually ride any of the posted lengths of PBJ snowboards according to DC. I would suggest (depending on your skill and style) that the 153cm will be the ideal length.
Hi, I'm 5'8" 130lbs and looking for a board that I can jib and butter on but also can take to jumps and not wash out on big kickers. I've been looking at this board and the k2 www enjoyer model. Which one of these boards would be better and what size, or any other suggestions for boards?
A shopper on Nov 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Both boards are great but will feel slightly different.

The WWW Enjoyer will feel a little looser and surfy whereas the DC PBJ Snowboard will feelmuch more stable at high speeds, taking off of lips, and landing spins because of the camber profile shape.

THe 149cm would work best for your weight range.
So I'm a intermediate pushing on advanced rider that typically stays in the park, doing jibs, and jumps. I also plan to take it through the powder, and groomers on occasions. But typically jibs and jumps. I am about 6'1" and 160 pounds. I feel like this board would be ideal, any suggestions???
Ryan S on Nov 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Ryan - sounds like the PBJ would be a great board for you! Check out the 157cm.
Need a good snowboard that I can do it all with from Park to powder and speed im "55. 144pounds?
gabriel r on Nov 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Gabriel. The PBJ can do it all. It's an awesome board. I'd say the 153cm would probably be the way to go for you.
Im 5'6" 135lb with a 10.5 boot size, i ride the union yawgoons large binding and dc phase boots, what board size should i pick?
Jake F on Nov 26, 2016