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DC Tone Snowboard

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Description: DC Tone Snowboard

Dominate the park with the DC Tone Snowboard even as a beginner or intermediate rider. The Tone board is rated for freestyle riding so you can be jibbing, riding the rails and nailing tricks like a pro before you know it. The Tone Snowboard is a rocker so the tip and tail are turned up to provide a smooth glide to avoid getting bogged down in any powder. This is a design that beginning boarders prefer as it can be a softer, smoother ride. The Tone will have you pushing your limits and expanding your bag of tricks in no time.

Key Features of DC Tone Snowboard:
  • Anti-Camber
  • Sintered Supreme Base
  • Stratus Core
  • Quadrax
  • Camber Core
  • Flex: 7/ 10
  • Maneuverability: 8/ 10
  • Camber: -4
Dimensions
Length (cm) 149 153 156 159
Effective Edge (cm) 109 112 114 116
Tip Width (cm) 28.86 29.07 29.26 29.44
Tail Width (cm) 28.86 29.07 29.26 29.44
Waist Width (cm) 25.1 25.2 25.3 25.4
Sidecut (m) 8.2 8.4 8.5 8.6

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DC Tone 153
Very nice board, great edging wide turn radius, but for being an a mature boarder awesome starter.
October 25, 2014
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over 3 years ago

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i`m 5´4´ and weight 132 pounds, my boot size is 10 1/2 and i like to ride park. Did the 149 works for me?
oliver f on Nov 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hi Oliver. The 149cm DC Tone Snowboard would be good for you - you fit within it's weight range!
Does this board supports Avalanche Summit Bindings? Thanks
A shopper on Mar 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Those are the bindings I started off with but to my knowledge all binding work on most board unless you by burton if you buy burton mi e as well go full out and get everything button but I love the board and those binding were nice nothing wrong with them if I could go back id buy them again as my first
What does it mean when it says base color my vary?
Torme10 on Jan 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Right. Here's an explanation of this: http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/uncategorized/die-cut-bases/
I'm 5'10 160lbs and have 10.5 shoe size. I ride mostly groomers and some tree runs, but not much park. Would the 156 or 159 be better for me?
A shopper on Jan 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 156 would be best. It's what I got and I'm 5'8 180. It's a dope board to ride.
is this board a cambered board because every other website that i have looked at sees that this board is cambered?
trenton on Apr 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Trent,
Good answers, and I will explain. This is an Anti-Camber shaped board (Rocker). It features DC's Camber Core which is described: "By engineering a unique, arch-shaped profile into the wood core, the layers of fiberglass take on a completely new geometry, like that of a bridge." To show I am not messing with you here is the Tone in the original DC catalog: https://www.dropbox.com/s/nrtpfncjrtf2vv7/2014%20DC%20Tone.JPG?dl=0 Let me know if you have more questions!
I'm 5'8, 160 lbs and have been free riding for about 9 or so years. Always used a bigger board, 156-157. Looking to have a pure park board, very small, easy to ride and pop tricks with. Reverse camber would be the goal with good flex. With my boot size being 9.5, I feel that I want to ride 149 DC tone board. I want to know if I'm reaching a too small of a board size? I really would like a very small board but not tithe point where it's hurting my performance
A shopper on Feb 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The DC Tone Snowboard in a 149 is on the smaller side, but you could use it if you are in the park 90 percent of the time and use the bigger for powder and higher speed runs!
Im 5'8" and weight 212lbs boot size 10us. I did the standard length calculation (height x 2.54 x.88) for a board length of 152cm but weight charts suggest boards 162cm. What size should I be looking at getting? 156cm?
brian s on Jan 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: On the DC Tone Snowboard and you at 212lbs, the 159 would be good for park and groomed runs, and 162 will work best for all mountain and powder.