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DC Mlf Snowboard


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Description: DC Mlf Snowboard

Grab on and hold tight as the DC MLF Snowboard will take you on a rip-roaring ride of a lifetime. Perfect for that intermediate rider who is looking for a few more thrills and seeking to push their limits, the MLF board is ready for any challenge. Rated for both freestyle and all-mountain riding, this is a board that can go the distance on the mountain and at the park. You can carve up some runs or pop some ollies at the park showcasing a wide range of skills. The twin shape of the MLF makes sure that you can ride switch and always stay focused on the next obstacle ahead.

Key Features of DC Mlf Snowboard:
  • Traditional Camber
  • Fresh Deck Top Sheet
  • Sintered Supreme Base
  • Impact Core
  • Carbon Quadrax
  • Flex: 7/10
  • Maneuverability: 7.5/10
  • Camber: +6
Length (cm) 150 152 154 156 158
Effective Edge (cm) 108 109 110 112 112
Tip Width (cm) 28.98 29.12 29.17 29.29 29.41
Tail Width (cm) 28.98 29.12 29.17 29.29 29.41
Waist Width (cm) 24.8 24.9 24.9 25 25.1
Sidecut (m) 7 7.1 7.1 7.2 7.3


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DC Mlf Snowboard
Love this board. Thanks guys and gals at the house
April 24, 2017
1 year ago
Park all the way
Really and pretty light. I like taking this off boxes and rails and doing all sorts of tricks and stuff. I have traded around boards with friends and def this is my fav. Looking forward to this summer. Works great for freeride stuff too.
October 2, 2013

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I like camber profile boards, and this is the right size. the media blitz is too expensive comparatively. this board also flexes a tiny bit more
Jonathan H on Aug 20, 2017
I like camber profile boards, and this is the right size. the media blitz is too expensive comparatively. this board also flexes a tiny bit more
Jonathan H on Aug 20, 2017
This snowboard makes me tingle in happy places I didn't even know I had.
Ben A on Jan 16, 2014
This snowboard makes me tingle in happy places I didn't even know I had.
Ben A on Jan 16, 2014

I have a 150 ply and looking to upgrade. It was a great board esp at the park, but it didn't feel stable enough when at speed (bombing down the mtn)
I am deciding between the a 152 MLF and 150 Mega (heard its stiffer), just wanted to know how do they compare?
JC JC on May 3, 2015

The DC MLF Snowboard and the DC Mega Snowboard are pretty similar boards. They both have a camber profile shape, fresh deck topsheet, and a sintered supreme base. They have slightly different cores (not enough to tell the difference), and fiberglass. Mega has a more relaxed Bi-Ax and the MLF has Carbon Quadrax - the MLF will be quicker to respond, lighting fast edge to edge transitions, and an unreal amount of pop.
im looking at the 158cm one and i have a size 12 boot will my feet fit on there or will they be hanging off alitte?
A shopper on Feb 7, 2014
5'9" 185 lb, boot size 11, bare foot 26mm, will there be to much overhang for the 156 board?
Michael P on Oct 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Good Day Michael,
Connor is right... this is a particularly narrow snowboard. The 165 has a waist of 25.0 which will be too narrow for you.
With the Top deck having a more textured feel, is there really a need for a stomp pad on it?
A shopper on Jan 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The DC Mlf Snowboard does have a great texture - but you can always find a stomp pad you like HERE:
I'm 5'7 and about 130lbs could I ride the 154?
A shopper on Apr 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You COULD ride any size board in the world, but a 178cm probably wouldn't be the best idea.

You fit with in the weight range of both the 152cm and 154cm DC Mlf Snowboard, but you fit better in the 152cm's weight range. Get the 152cm.
What is the difference between the MLF and the MLF Iikka Pro? Witch one should I get?
Nick R on Apr 15, 2016

The only difference between the DC MLF Snowboard and the DC MLF Ikka Pro Snowboard is a slight shape change and graphic. Every technical component and construction is identical.
I am 6'1 and about 145 lbs, should I buy the 154cm board, or the 156cm board?
Nick R on Apr 13, 2016

the 154 should be perfect for you!
how does this board go on the rails and park?
A shopper on Jun 16, 2015
The DC MLF is overall a great park board. Note that it is stiffer and will dominate high speed jumps, and heavy landings. Though it will not be such a force on butters and presses. Basically is a great board in the park, but may not be the easiest to learn on.
What is the Fresh Deck Top Sheet like? As far as texture and wear & tear?
A shopper on Jan 7, 2015
DC describes it as: "Our Fresh Deck topsheets give DC boards the same poppy feel you get from a new skate deck. This technology adds a snap and life to the boards that you can get only with select natural wood. Sure, they look pretty but these topsheet laminates deliver pure performance, backed by several years of testing and development. The wood is sealed to protect it from the elements to maintain its new, naturally poppy feel." They have so far been durable and tough boards.
what type of side wall?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: traditional ABS
I'm about 5'10 and wear a size 11 boot. Would the 154 be a good size to ride through all conditions?
A shopper on Aug 6, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Depending on your weight I'd consider the 156cm in the DC Mlf Snowboard...but that's a personal preference. Keep an eye on your boots as well. If you're growing and will soon migrate to a 12, then you'll need to be looking at a wide board.
Are the side walls of this board slanted, bevel type like other mlf"s of seasons past?
A shopper on Nov 23, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes they are!! Thanks
I'm about 5'10 and wear a size 11 boot. Would a size 154 be short enough for me in the park but still keep me floating through powder?
A shopper on Aug 7, 2014