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DC Ply Snowboard

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Type: Freeride, All Mountain
Shape: Twin
Camber: Camber
Flex: Medium/Stiff
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern: 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Stratus Core
Base: Sintered
Sidecut: Progressive
Stance Setback: None
Ability Level: Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: DC Ply Snowboard

With the DC Ply Snowboard you are handed a weapon that will destroy any terrain park, and rule all urban snow settings. The Ply is an intermediate to advanced level board that has incorporated a stiff, skate like response. The deck is extremely durable so you can slam it onto any rail or feature and be confident your board is inctact. As well, it has an extruded base so nicks and dings are easily repaired. Combine that with Lock and Load Camber, and you have an extremely stable board that will take your oiile's and tricks to a heightened level and you to an unparalleled level of confidence. DC has rounded off the Ply Snowboard with graphic styling by Jeff Soto. The complete package, this board has the strength and the looks!

Key Features of the DC Ply Snowboard 156:
  • Lock & Load Camber
  • True Base
  • Stratus Core
  • Bi-ax
  • 3 Degree Bevel
  • Flex: 6/10
  • Maneuverability: 7/10
  • Camber: +6
Dimensions
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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Great Board!!!
My first board was a Burton Duece...this board is so much more of what I have been looking for. It's super responsive and has great feel and pop. I will definitely start trying my luck in the terrain parks with this one.
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Best Board I Have Ever Owned!!!
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Coming off my Noodle of a board, Burton Hero, this DC PLY is super responsive, extremely snappy, amazing pop, and I can finally go fast and carve no problem. This board was made for going off booters and going fast, I love it! It's pretty stiff so dont expect steezy presses but if you're more a jump guy/ all mountain guy like myself then you will absolutely love this board!!!! I'm 6ft 2 and have the 156 and the first day I rode it I instantly fell in love, seriously this board is that amazing.
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Why did you choose this?
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Doran S helped me pick it out.
Nicholas B on Jan 27, 2015
it was camber, which has great pop and stability and it had a medium flex that i was looking for
Eric G on Dec 14, 2014
Great price and great review on the product
Derek J on Jan 12, 2015
I got this board because of the reviews and the lock and load camber. I also wanted a board that had more of a 'skate' feel. The graphics were just the cherry on top.
David B on Jan 5, 2014
Would you recommend this or the K2 Raygun??
Couper S on Aug 25, 2014
Best Answer: It really depends on what what your skill level is and what type of terrain you'll be riding the most...
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Aug 26, 2014
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is this a good board for rails and boxes? also im 5.9 175lbs what size in this board would you recommend? 156 or 153
A shopper on Nov 14, 2014
Best Answer: Hi, the DC Ply is perfect for rails and boxes with it's Lock & Load technology. The skate inspired camber profile gives you a nice flat and stable platform perfect for the park. Size is a bit harder, it's really personal preference. Generally the smaller boards are more playful but have a harder time holding an edge depending on how much you weigh. So depending on the conditions you usually ride in, past experience with other sizes etc that's how I would determine what size is best for you.
Reply · Report · Nick KWorks for DC on Nov 24, 2014
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Hi, wich board would be the best for powder and doing all those 360s and 180s??
A shopper on Jan 5, 2014
Best Answer: I am assuming you are talking about size of the board? It is completely relative to your height and weight but my 159 shreds in powder. I was in upstate NY the past weekend in a good foot of it and the float was great
Reply · Report · Dayton B on Jan 5, 2014
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I wear a size 11 boot and I'm 5.9ft and 175 pounds. I mostly ride park. What size would you recommend based on my boot size and ride style. Also is this board good for pressing and hitting rails?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2014
Best Answer: The DC Ply Snowboard is a great deck. If your size 11 boots have shrinkage reduction technology you'd be good to go on the 156cm length.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Nov 24, 2014
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Wear a size 11 boot will the 156 be ok with the width?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2014
Best Answer: Hey,
It is close, but your 11 boots should be ok with the 25.2 Waist Width of the DC PLY.... as long as your feet are not continuing to grow.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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If i'm 5'9 and weight 150 lbs what size will i need.
also I'm looking a freestyle board that can also be used for powder, does the Ply match that?
A shopper on Mar 23, 2014
Best Answer: For you I would go with the 156. I just bought the 159, and I'm 6'1 and 170 pounds. I do like my boards a little shorter though. But with your weight and height that'll be the best bet. I had the chance to ride it once already and it's a great board. Strongly recommend!
Reply · Report · Jacob V on Dec 3, 2014
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I ride park but my friends also like just cruising will I be able to do that with this board?
Tucker on Dec 5, 2013
Best Answer: If your an advanced rider who likes going fast, hitting jumps and the pipe this would be a great board. If you hit more rails and boxes and you want a softer more playful board this is not the board for you. The tone, pbj, and focus are all softer dc rail boards.
Reply · Report · Heather M on Dec 7, 2013
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I love hitting rails and small jumps, but mainly jibbing. I don't really like any of the other dc boards so I was wondering if this would be a good board for that. If not what would be a good board for that? Thanks
jlatas17 on Jan 12, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Jordan,

The DC Ply Snowboard is a great freestyle deck taht has a slightly stiffer flex rating. If you're looking for a more jib/small jump friendly board check out the DC PBJ Snowboard out. The PBJ is a little softer and easier to press. Check it out HERE: http://www.the-house.com/9849dcpbj14zz-dc-snowboards.html
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 14, 2014
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I'm 6 ft about 250 I want a good board and my boot size is 11.5 what do I need? Help?!?!?!
Dalton L on Jan 15, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Dalton,

A board needs to be 160cm+ to accommodate your weight and it's waist width should be 25.8cm+.

Check out link to see all boards that would be perfect for you: http://www.the-house.com/snbd-wide-snowboards.html?nocache=1&refine.size=161-163.5
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 20, 2015
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Hi,

I'm 6', 175lbs, size 11 boot... I ride a 158 Lamar skylark "Mac" or I think it's similar to reverse cam, which feels a little bit long now... I ride freestyle/ park / all-mountain in the SW US... I'm an intermediate level rider.. I'm really torn between 156 & 159... I want to size down for agility & freestyle autonomy... But I don't want to sacrifice to much control on the downhill either... Will the 156 really create that much of a problem for me in that regard?? Thanks!!
Kris C on Jan 11, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Kris,

The 3cm overall length and 2mm effective edge difference will go unnoticed. You'll be fine with the 156cm DC Ply Snowboard.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 16, 2015
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Will the dc ply 153 work with rome s90 bindings size large(10-14)?
A shopper on Dec 27, 2014
Best Answer: Yes,
Although this Ply does not have the most expansive waist widths, so if your feet are larger than 11.5 be careful.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Dec 31, 2014
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im 150lb and about 6ft. which board should i get a 156 or 159? i already have a 156 how big of a difference would the 159 be?
Josh T on Apr 24, 2014
Best Answer: Stick with the 156, I ride a 153 and im 6'1. The smaller it is the more maneuverability it has especially if you ride park, plus 156 is already big you would definitely feel the difference jumping to a 9
Reply · Report · Zack T on Apr 25, 2014
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I am a boy and i want the DC Ply size 147, but the color is pink and i dont like that color, is their anyway to get a diffrent color board size 147cm?
Sindur on Nov 26, 2013
Best Answer: Hi Sindre,

The 2014 147cm DC Ply Snowboard only comes with a pink base. If you really want a manly deck check out the 2013 147.5cm DC Ply Snowboard, it has a huge cheese burger on it. There's nothing more manly than a cheese burger, well maybe a beard or something.

Check out the 2013 147.5cm DC Ply Snowboard out here: http://www.the-house.com/984725dcply13zz-dc-snowboards.html
Reply (1) · Report · Matt GStaff on Nov 29, 2013
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I am beginner that surfs and use to bomb some hills with a sakeboard 5'7" 180lbs what size board should I be looking into?
808 joe on Jan 26, 2015
Best Answer: The 156cm or 159cm DC Ply Snowboard would be good sizes for you. If you plan to ride more park get the 156cm size, but if you plan to do more all mountain cruising get the 159cm.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 26, 2015
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hi, im looking for a board to do everything with , would you recmend the 150 or 153 i am 5'5 110 pounds and still growing what size would you recamend?
Kyle C on Jan 24, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Kyle,

The 150cm DC Ply Snowboard would fit you best and you can grow into it over the next few season too!

Awesome pick - the Ply rocks!
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 26, 2015
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what bindings fit this board?
A shopper on Jan 19, 2015
Best Answer: Any bindings that have 4x4 mounting discs will fit the DC Ply Snowboard.

Check out all the bindings that will mount the Ply HERE: http://www.the-house.com/4x4-bindings.html
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 20, 2015
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Would the large/Xl flow bindings http://www.the-house.com/fl1nx206bk15zz-flow-snowboard-bindings.html fit on the 159?
Dalton L on Jan 15, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Dalton,

Yes a pair of L/XL flow bindings would fit on a 159cm DC Ply Snowboard.
Reply (1) · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 16, 2015
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I am a 5'7, 128 lbs girl and currently have a 2011 PBJ board that is 152, that was my first board and I love it but want a little more flex. I prefer the powder but sometimes find myself at the park and backcountry. Would you recommend a PLY, Tone, or PBJ? Also should I stay with a 152 or go to a 149-150?
Ash Ketchum on Jan 4, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Ashley,

Boards between 142cm-147cm in length will accommodate your weight better than boards between 149cm-152cm in length.

Two DC boards come to mind that would be great for you, the 143cm DC Biddy (Women's) and the 144cm DC PBJ (Boys). Both have the same flex rating, but will have a different feel because of their profile shapes.

The Biddy will have more of a surfy feel because of the Anti-Camber profile, and the PBJ will have more of a precise feel because of the Traditional Camber Profile. Check them both out:

143cm DC Biddy Snowboard: http://www.the-house.com/9843dcbidw13zz-dc-snowboards.html

144cm DC PBJ Snowboard: http://www.the-house.com/9844dcpbj14zz-dc-snowboards.html
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 5, 2015
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how long would the shipping take from today?
Adam G on Nov 13, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Adam,

Depending on where you live it will take 3-8 business days.
Reply (1) · Report · Chad SStaff on Nov 13, 2014
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I'm 6' about 175 pounds, wear size 11 boot and like to ride powder, would the 159 be okay?
Cole J on Nov 10, 2014
Best Answer: Cole,
Most of you answer is personal preference, however, the 159 is wide enough to accommodate your boot (so long as you d o not grow into a 12), and it fits your weight and height requirements. Personally, If I were getting this board I would indeed get the 159.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Nov 12, 2014
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is it really stiff or soft and playful , easy to press ?
A shopper on Mar 19, 2014
Best Answer: The DC Ply Snowboard has a 6 out of 10 flex rating...if you have enough skill to transition your weight over the nose/tail you should be able to press the board with ease. What the video reviews...
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Apr 29, 2014
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Is this board really that stiff ? I was thinking about buying this board and i ride all mountain but also do a lot of rails, reading some answers to questions this board sounds stiff. Would this board be hard to press, or is it still a playful board with a good flex in it ?
A shopper on Mar 18, 2014
Best Answer: No this board is not stiff. To me it was just write. I had a Burton custom mini before I had my dc and as you may know the Burton customs are very flexy. The dc ply I got was a little stiffer than my custom but I liked it better that way cause the Burton was to flexy. Also I have had the dc for a year so far and it is still in tact good. Get the dc ply
Reply · Report · Connie M on Nov 5, 2014
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Is this board really that stiff ? Im thinking about buying this board but reading the answers for some of the questions this board is sounding really stiff and hard to press and do rails on. I like all mountain riding but am learning to do rails and getting more into the park everyday, if i want to do rails and presses is this board going to work out for me ?
J davo on Mar 18, 2014
Best Answer: The DC Ply Snowboard has a 6 out of 10 flex rating...if you have enough skill to transition your weight over the nose/tail you should be able to press the board with ease. What the video reviews...
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Apr 29, 2014
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Can I get a really wide stance out of this board?
A shopper on Feb 10, 2014
Best Answer: My husband is about 6 foot and we didn't even set his stance as wide as it could go. Actually moved the binding in a little from the center set.
Reply · Report · Natalie W on Feb 10, 2014
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Hello, I'm 170 cm and wiegh about 82 kgs. Which lenght of DC Ply board will siut me best: 153 or 156?My riding style i a little bit of everything, carving, powder, butters, small jumps. No pipe no jibs.
Martin M on Feb 4, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Marcin,

You will need a 159cm DC Ply snowboard.
Reply · Report · Chad SStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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HI , i want to buy a ply but i have no idea which size i should take. I'm 172cm and 55KG,so , 150 or 153 ??? thank u !
xiao g on Jan 11, 2014
Best Answer: Hello Xiao,

You fit better within the weight range of the 150cm DC Ply Snowboard.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 16, 2014
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Would 156cm board suit me if have it up to my lips?
A shopper on Jan 6, 2014
Best Answer: The DC Ply Snowboard would suit you if you weigh between 135-175 lbs.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 6, 2014
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Hey House. Im 188cm and wigh about 88kg. What size should i go for? Choosing between the PLY and PBJ.
Johan O on Dec 24, 2013
Best Answer: You fit within the weight range of most board with lengths between 159cm to 165cm.

If you had to choose between the DC Ply Snowboard and the DC PBJ Snowboard I'd choose the 157cm DC PBJ Snowboard.
Reply (1) · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 3, 2014
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how well would this board cope with a size 11 boot?
Susan L on Dec 17, 2013
Best Answer: Not too well...Play it safe, especially if you're still growing and go with a midwide or wide board
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Oct 23, 2014
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How well will this handle on medium size jumps and going fast down groomers??
A shopper on Nov 30, 2013
Best Answer: The DC PLY Snowboard is a great freestyle deck that can handle any type of park that you put it in. The 6mm camber gives the board lots of ollie pop and stability while cruising fast down groomers - AND the graphic is awesome. Sweet deck.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 2, 2013
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I am 6'1, 210lb, and wear a size 12 dc boot, will this board be a decent fit?
Erick A on Nov 18, 2013
Best Answer: Hi Erick,

The 159cm DC PBJ Wide would be a better fit with your size 12 boots because it has a 26.3mm waist width.
Reply (1) · Report · Matt GStaff on Nov 22, 2013
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What's jibbing with it like?
A shopper on Nov 12, 2013
Best Answer: Like dreaming about riding a unicorn while eating peanut butter cotton candy...just does not get any better
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 13, 2014
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Can it ride powder too?
A shopper on Oct 29, 2013
Best Answer: Yes the DC Ply Snowboard can be ridden in powder.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Nov 6, 2013
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Hi I was just wondering about sizing for the DC PLY. I am 5'8" and weigh about 140 pounds. Any advice you could provide?
A shopper on Feb 13, 2014
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