Description: DC MLF Snowboard
Developed by Devun Walsh and Likka Backstrom in the private park at the DC MTN Lab, the MLF Snowboard sports a twin shape and moderate flex combine with traditional camber to deliver a fun, controllable ride that pops off jumps and locks into long rails. With a carbon Quadrax Laminate that offers powerful turns and quick edge-to-edge reaction and the radius to flat turns up the nose and tail for increased flow in the pow. The MLF Snowboard is quickly becoming the go to board for the team.
- Mountain Lab Certified
- Radius to Flat
- Sintered Supreme Base
- Carbon Quadrax Laminate
- Structurn Base Finish
- Flex 7
- Length(cm): 150
- Effective Edge(cm): 108
- Tip/Tail Width(cm): 29
- Waist Width(cm): 24.8
- Sidecut(m): 7
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"Just can't go wrong with this board!"
I picked up this board because I really trust DC and their quality of boards. My other board is the DC PJ&B. I honestly love both boards but I like the MLF because of the stability of the control and the speed. It's a twin shape so I love the fact the symmetry and the fact that riding switch won't feel too different. The flex of the board gives it a nice pop coming off jumps/logs/boxes. I highly recommend this board because it works well in all conditions and riding style. Great board all mountain board!
I'm a snowboard instructor In South lake tahoe and This board is amazing!!! I had one last season riding in Lake Tahoe. It did everything well!!! Carved Jumped Jibbed Rode half pipe hit jumps... Super solid ride and it has a nice tight turn radius for those short turns It was amazing.. Definitely A stiffer board.. If you like to ride all mountain and park then definitely get this board..
"MLF 154 "
This was my first Good board and I loved it out west. But when I started Riding on the east coast I struggled because this board is for charging not for playful buttery park runs. Great on large park features and big booters and good for big long rails. But not as good on smaller buttery park features. Loved this board though.
great little jib board will by again for this season i'm thinking. rode it for 2 weeks in France. last winter definately on the cards, some peps say they don't last long, but what does, when i rode it it changed my interpretation of jib riding i liked it and i want to experience that again.
"2011 DC MLF"
I have the 2011 MLF in a 158. Very stable on groomers and great edge hold. Smooth turn initiation. Handles speed very well. Edges are not catchy when riding hard and fast. In powder it's playful/fun. Very easy to snap quick turns in trees. Riding pow on the MLF is like riding a short board on large waves while surfing. Snappy, fun, quick/manuverable. Off piste: Light weight/medium flex. Slight chatter as it flexed from the uneven ruts/crud. Handles chop better than any freestyle oriented deck I've ridden. Park: This is where the MLF shines. EXTREMELY stable on very large kickers/large gap jumps. Doesn't buck you on take offs and absorbs impact very well. The most stable deck I've ridden on large jumps. Held an edge very well in the half pipe, but there are more pipe specific decks. Handled several types of boxes well. The edges were not catchy while on a box. The DC MLF is not a board that is the very best at any one certain type of terrain. It is a board that definitely does ALL types of terrain EXTREMELY well.