DC Mega Snowboard
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DC Mega Snowboard

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Type: Freestyle, All Mountain
Shape: Twin
Camber: Camber, Lock-N-Load
Flex: Medium/Stiff
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern: 2x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Stratus Core/Popla
Base: Sintered, 7200
Sidecut: Progressive
Stance Setback: None
Ability Level: Advanced, Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: DC Mega Snowboard

This snowboarding season, bring the pop and the snap back into your ride with the DC Mega Snowboard for men! This all-mountain men's snowboard delivers big game with its Lock and Load camber — camber technology that enhances the amount of energy transfer in every ollie, takeoff and butter. Its true twin shape offers endless options for riding switch, spinning 180s and 360s, and throwing down in the park on just about anything. On top of that, the DC Mega snowboard comes with a highly durable and lightning-fast sintered Supreme base, as well as a Stratus core for continued stability and a reliably uniform flex.

Key Features of the DC Mega Snowboard:
  • Lock and Load Camber
  • Fresh Deck Top Sheet
  • Sintered Supreme Base
  • Stratus Core
  • Bi-ax
  • Flex: 7.5/10
  • Maneuverability: 7/10
  • Camber: +6
Length (cm) 147 150 153 156 159
Effective Edge (cm) 109 112 114 116 118
Tip Width (cm) 29.03 29.22 29.42 29.59 29.77
Tail Width (cm) 29.03 29.22 29.42 29.59 29.77
Waist Width (cm) 24.6 24.8 25 25.2 25.4
Sidecut (m) 6.3 6.6 6.9 7.2 7.5


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DC Mega Snowboard
I bought the 153. It's a great all around board with lots of pop.
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October 28, 2014
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This snowboard it's great, out rides really well, came quick, great service, and a good price.
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January 9, 2015
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Why did you choose this?
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recommended to my son by a friend who is an instructor in Vail
David S on Dec 25, 2014
Because Torstein rides it.
J O on Sep 21, 2013
Extra good review in a snowboard magazine
Frederic P on Oct 23, 2013
im 5'7 and around a 165 to 175 pds with size 10 1/2 boots is this a good size and how buttery is this board ?
Randy on Oct 27, 2013
Best Answer: I have been out about 13 days this year on the 156 and each day, im falling more and more in love with the lock and load camber huge pop! DC really rocked out with there #$%^ out on this board. Used to riding GNU, Lib tech,, never summer, Arbor, ect and this board quickly jumped up with the greats! IDK for sure about the other series DC has released but this one def. winner! From bombing the mountain or floating a cloud in some pow all around steezy ride! ;)
Reply · Report · twiztid on Feb 21, 2015
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Im 6'1, 200 lbs and i would say im past beginner in an intermediate stage. Looking for a board for freestyling in terrain parks. Would this be a good fit? or any advice on which direction to go in?
Jake L on Nov 12, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Jake,
This is an incredible do it all board. It was not design as a park only board but it sure can shred a lot of features. It is very flexible and as a lot of pop. It is great also for carving, and riding in the woods.
I was a burton fan for more than 20 years but I would never trade my DC for anything else right now.
I hope it helps you in your decision
Reply · Report · Frederic P on Nov 12, 2014
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Currently looking to upgrade from my K2 Slayblade from 2011, I'm 6'3 and 220lbs, really like the look of this DC - any advice if it's the right direction please? Or other options? Mostly all mountain action with a decent medium park session a few times a week
Edd B on Sep 1, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Edd,

The K2 Slayblade such a rad deck and the DC Mega is a great all mountain freestyle board too! Below are a few more options for you:

Gnu Rider's Choice: http://www.the-house.com/98615gnrdc15zz-gnu-snowboards.html

Lib Tech Attack Banana: http://www.the-house.com/9859ltattbw15zz-lib-tech-snowboards.html

Salomon Assassin: http://www.the-house.com/9857saassnw15zz-salomon-snowboards.html
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Sep 2, 2014
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i am 5'6 and 151lbs, should i get the 150cm or the 153cm?
Ben E on Aug 31, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Ben, I think you should definitely check out the 153 cm!
Reply · Report · TaylorSStaff on Sep 19, 2014
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I'm 6'0 and 140 pounds with a size 10 1/2 boot what size would I need?
Landis on Feb 17, 2015
Best Answer: Depends on what you're riding it for. If you are doing a a good amount of park riding I would suggest the 153, because of your weight. If you're doing less park and more all mountain I would suggest the 156. This is because you need lots of control in the park and need to be able to snap it around really quick, and a lighter shorter board to pull bigger tricks around faster and things like that, as opposed to more all mountain riding where you are doing more carving and want more speed and control in that aspect, a bigger board will give you just that. I am abut 6'1 and about 200 pounds, and I ride mainly park so I ride the 156, and because of my weight I have plenty of control over it. Absolutely love the board and all of the compliments that have came with it. Hopefully this helps.
Reply · Report · Ryan V on Feb 26, 2015
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Is this a good board for presses and jibs?
A shopper on Feb 24, 2014
Best Answer: I am 5'9 185 and I ride the 156 Mega. This board is much stiffer than the PBJ or most other reverse camber/jib specific boards. I bought this board because I wanted an all mountain ripper from pow to park jibs. The first few times I rode this thing the response blew me away but it felt a little heavy and clunky on the rails. Read on. After going out west and ripping the mountain and getting her nice and broken in, I went back to the rails and it felt fine. You can be extremely playful on this board if you know how to harness its snap and responsiveness i.e. Torstein. If it takes a reverse camber noodle board for you to press or jib then step your game up. Above all this board is crispy on jumps. If your riding a skatepark type terrain park such as Hyland or Trollhaugen its hard to unleash this beast. Its golden when speed and stability are needed. If your looking to hit some bigger jumps and be able to rip the whole mountain I would get this. It floats in pow quite nicely as well.
Reply · Report · william k on Feb 24, 2014
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Hi, Im 5'7 and weigh 148 pounds and I mostly ride jumps and jibs. Should I get the 147cm or the 150cm?
Manuel Y on Jan 25, 2014
Best Answer: I Manuel, I am 5'10, 180 lbs and I ride the 156, I was used to longer boards but I am very please with my choice. This is a very fine board that can carve as much as it can jump. It is very responsive and agile. I guess that I would go for the 150 that will give you more stability at high speed and more fun on the pow and the backcountry, but if you do only park terrain the 147 is a great choice. Either way you are going to love that board as much as I do.
Reply · Report · Frederic P on Jan 26, 2014
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Im 6feet tall and weigh 150lbs, im looking for an all mountain/freestyle board that does little bit of everything. Would you recommend the 156cm or the 159cm for me?

what other twin boards would you recommend?
k-dog on Dec 19, 2014
Best Answer: Hi,
For a little of everything, I would suggest the 159 at your size. Though DC suggests that either would be acceptable.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Dec 19, 2014
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I'm a 5'1 boarder and I was wondering if the 146 would possibly work?
A shopper on Nov 14, 2014
Best Answer: Hey,
Much of this answer will come down to personal preference, and the style of snowboarding you intend to do the most. Typically your weight is a more important determining factor. Use the Size Chart icon to assist you. That said, a 146 seems good if you are like 155-135 pounds... and your height.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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