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DC PBJ Wide Snowboard


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Description: DC PBJ Wide Snowboard

The DC PBJ Wide Snowboard is one of the coolest freestyle snowboards you will ever strap your monster feet into. Its traditional camber design and high performance Astro Core will add the "!" to your "pop!" This board works great for beginners and intermediate snowboarders due to its durability and light maintenance requirements. An extruded base makes this board really easy to clean and highly resistant to damage. The PBJ Wide also offers exceptional speed and versatility due to its medium flex and its conventional twin shape. The PBJ is an exceptional board that is suited for either the slopes or the park.

Key Features of DC PBJ Wide Snowboard:
  • Traditional Camber
  • True Base
  • Astro Core
  • Bi-ax
  • 3 Degree Bevel
  • Flex: 5/10
  • Maneuverability: 5/10
  • Camber: +4
Length (cm) 155 W 159 W
Effective Edge (cm) 113.5 114
Tip Width (cm) 30.83 30.94
Tail Width (cm) 30.83 30.94
Waist Width (cm) 26.1 26.3
Sidecut (m) 7 7.2

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Hey I'm 5'8 165 boot size 10 and 1/2 will a normal sized pbj work or should I go with the wide?
cody m on Jan 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Your right at the shoe size where you could go either way. I'm 6'3 190 shoe size 13 so I half to have a wide. It was a fun board to ride!
I am 5,9 170 and 11.5 boot will this board work?
A shopper on Nov 9, 2015
You boot and binding will work just fine on this PBJ Wide Snowboard. If you like a tic shorter snowboard you could ride this just fine. You could ride up to like a 161cm length comfortably too.
6'1" 170 and I want to get into the park.. Been riding for two years and super comfortable on the snow.. Yes or no on this board?
A shopper on Dec 25, 2014
This PBJ Wide is a great freestyle board that you will be able to develop some mad skills with. DC suggests that your weight would the maximum for the 155cm length and would probably be better with something like a 158 or 160.
my boot size is 10. are the 149 narrow?
oliver f on Dec 4, 2014
The regular PBJ ( ) would be just a bit narrow for your foot. The Wide version here would work grand.
Hey just wondering if you ship to canada and if you do is it still free shipping?
A shopper on Mar 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes we can ship the DC to Canada - but it's not free. Please check out our international shipping page at
Im 5'7 and about 120 pounds and was looking at the normal non wide 137cm pbj, but i wear a size 11 boot and i feel that the pbj 155w will be WAY too big for me. Can you help me out? Thanks
A shopper on Dec 11, 2013
BEST ANSWER: You're right the 155cm DC PBJ Wide would be too big for you. With your weight and foot size it may seem a little hard to find decks that you want to ride that would also benefit your progression.

If you get boots that feature Shrinkage Footprint Reduction technology you'll have must less of a chance getting toe and heel drag...

Check out the boards below, they're right around the length you need for your weight, and feature slightly wider waist widths to accommodate your boot size:

Burton Nug 142cm:

Ride DHK Wide 148cm:

Ride Lil' Buck 148cm:

K2 WWW Wide 148cm (2013):

K2 WWW Rocker Wide 148cm (2012):

Salomon Salatore Sanchez Wide 148:

I hope that helps, let me know if you need anything else!
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: If you're going to be making laps in the park I'd go with the 155cm W, but if you like cruising all mountain more check out the 157cm Wide. The DC PBJ Wide Snowboard has a 5/10 flex rating, which is good because it's not too soft and not too stiff. It's perfect for all over freestyle riding, jumps, and jibs.
Is this a good park broad?
A shopper on Aug 2, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The DC PBJ Snowboard is a great well rounded all terrain freestyle board. The flex rating is a 5 which is not too soft and not too stiff, it's right in the middle; that means that you can jib and jump with it all day.
can you use this board for freeriding ( or all styles) despite it is a jibber board?
Gentijan F on Nov 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hi Gentijan, yes you can. With the traditional camber of this board you're able to ride the park along with free-ride your favorite mountain.
Im 5'10 and weigh 145 and wear a size 10.5 boot. Would this size be good?
A shopper on Mar 7, 2014
So, if i were to get those special boots, would i be able to get a size 11 boot and still be able to ride the pbj 137cm with a waistwidth of 232? or how about a pbj 144cm with a waist width of 246?
Luke p on Dec 11, 2013
BEST ANSWER: If you got a size 11 boot with shrinkage tech it would leave a snow imprint of a size 10. You can ride whatever board you'd like of course, but you might have more heel/toe drag than you'd like. If you have to get one of those 2 boards I'd get the DC PBJ 144cm in a heartbeat. We only have 4 more 144cm's left, they might be gone soon...

Click the link to get to all of the boots that feature Shrinkage Foot Reduction technology in size 11: