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A true quiver killer.

DC built the Bender Snowboard for advanced rippers looking for a versatile all-mountain freestyle board that rides from pow to park as effortlessly as a steak fry travels from dipping sauce to stomach acids. DC Bender Anti-Camber technology floats in the pow like a leaf on water, and delivers a catch-free ride in the park so you don’t bust your ass the first week of the season.
  • Medium-flex profile combined with carbon and KEVLAR� reinforcements and a slightly stiffer nose and tail offers stability and carving power at hyper speeds along with the power to conquer the largest features in the park
  • Flat Zone mid-section with softer profile helps the Bender Snowboard float in pow; Bender anti-camber sections between the outer binding inserts and the upturn in the tip and tail deliver a more freestyle feel with added float and press-ability
  • Infinite blend sidecut generates power through turns and delivers effortless turn initiation with rapid response so you can correct mistakes without exaggerated diggers
  • Aeron core is lightweight and poppy for a smooth ride; ultra light tip and tail create a low swing weight; carbon and KEVLAR reinforcements add stability, snap, rapid response and extra life to your board
  • Dual Radius tip and tail profiles provide optimum performance for all-mountain riding
  • Full-wrap pre-treated steel edges protect and prolong the life of your board
  • Assorted die cut graphics

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Will there be more in stock?

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Will there be more in stock?

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unfortunately prolly not bro... last years model

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damn, do you no a site i could get it at?

im 5'8'' and weight 159 lbs which one would...

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im 5'8'' and weight 159 lbs which one would be best for presses butterin jumps and outside the park too the 153 or 156???

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Dude 153 for sho. Youd be shooting yourself in the foot if ya got a 156 for park. And ya will be stable on a 153 outside the park.

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Great Snowboard

I was looking to replace one of my broken skate bananas and I came across the DC Bender.I took a chance on it, and It was one of the best decisions I have ever made! My goal was to have a snowboard which was extremely comfortable on rails and could handle decent size park jumps. I am 190 pounds 5'9'', my stance on the board is 20 and a half inches with 18 degrees on both feet. I purchased the 149 DC bender and I have been having non-stop fun at the Canyons for the last week. First of all the board can press and in all the right areas, It can take your buttering, nosepressing, and and tailpressing to new level. It does this by allowing the rider to hold the press right underneath the binding, allowing for bendy and stable presses on rails. Second the board is very stable on the take offs and landings of the jumps at the canyons. This was very surprising to me considering I weigh 190 pounds, the board is 149cm, extremely light, and very bendable. This stability may be do to the Kevlar reinforcing the nose and tail of the snowboard. Just for fun today I took the Bender to Snowbird. It was stable while charging the groomers and doing small 15 foot cliff drops. It was even able to easily float on powder with DC's "anti-camber" technology. This is an very fun high tech snowboard with a great side cut. I would like to add, I love magna-traction but I did not notice any loss of edge hold between the Bender and my Skate Banana.

can burton bindings fit dc boards

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can burton bindings fit dc boards

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can burton bindings fit on this board

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any non est burton bindings can fit

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any non est burton bindings can fit

can it press easy?

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can it press easy?

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o hell ya this is a super good board soft for pressing but it can still handle in POW POW purity good too its an awesome board. DC is a good place to throw ur money too because all DC boards have the best bases in the Business they get faster over the life of the board so ya go with this board u wont be disappointed

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o hell ya this is a super good board soft for pressing but it can still handle in POW POW purity good too its an awesome board. DC is a good place to throw ur money too because all DC boards have the best bases in the Business they get faster over the life of the board so ya go with this board u wont be disappointed

i mostly stay in the park but ill do the...

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i mostly stay in the park but ill do the occasion bombin the mtn on those pow days. should i go with this or the dc pbj?

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This is more all-mountain and stiffer due to the use of carbon and Kevlar reinforcements. The PBJ is more at home in the park or in the streets and is a softer board. Go with the bender.

Hey im sort of a beginner but Im learning...

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Hey im sort of a beginner but Im learning really fast so Ive been renting for a while but now I looking for a board that will last me for a long time and does basically everything.

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Well it all depends on if your still growing and what size you wanna get. You wanna get a size that will transition with your growth. Or just try to get a board thats not too expensive, just so you dont have to break the bank every time you wanna get a new deck. The DC Bender is an all around killer. Just like the reviews say, you can take it from park to pow to all over. So this deck would be a good long lasting deck and will do you for a few years. There's a lot out there from traditional camber to reverse and varrying technologies in between. But if you like the deck then definately grips it, you will not be dissapointed. If not check out Rome boards or some Nitro boards. But DC kills it with their decks still. But this deck will be with you for years if you decide to grab it

Hey i ride park almost everyday and ive...

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Hey i ride park almost everyday and ive been riding a k2 parkstar 149 but it got stolen a few days back. Im just curious how this board compares to it because im in need of a new board now and i want one that is similar. i really liked the stability of the parkstar even though it had reversed camber since the stiffness seemed to be a perfect match. thanks in advance for any info

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hey, i havent actually been on this board....but...you cant go wrong with a DC, i love the boards, and im sure this one is no exception.

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DC is a good company to put your money in to this is a solid board in and out of the park DC knows whats up with the reverse camber

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DC is a good company to put your money in to this is a solid board in and out of the park DC knows whats up with the reverse camber

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DC is a good company to put your money in to this is a solid board in and out of the park DC knows whats up with the reverse camber

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how sick is this board?

how's the flex on this board?

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how's the flex on this board?

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Flex Rating: 6/10- Medium-flex

alright so i am 160 about and i ride...

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alright so i am 160 about and i ride strictly park and a little street can i go smaller sized board since its a reverse camber or does it even make a difference

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how tall are you?? im 5'11 and im currently riding on a 153 with rocker (reverse camber) and i do exactly what you do

im 110lbs wich is 146 cm but this board...

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im 110lbs wich is 146 cm but this board only comes in 149cm do u think that will make it uch more difficult

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depends on what kind of riding you will be doing, 146 is more of a free ride board for you and is already kinda big for the park, 149 is way too big for the park and is pushing it for freeiding, you really should look for a smaller size

does the blue and black dc bender one come...

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does the blue and black dc bender one come in 143 0r 146cm

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usually the color that you actually get depends on the production run but who care's its still a sick board!

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149cm is the smallest they make.

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WOW

The DC Bender is a great anti(reverse) camber board. I'm no expert on these boards but I've never ridden a board that has such great feel between the feet. The edge holds great going it to effortless turns. It pops super nice and has great response. My favorite part of this board is that it is made to be more of an all mountain board. It isn't super soft so you can cruise, ride powder and trees, and ride park.

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good times

Super fun! All the benefits of revesre camber without the turny feeling you get from rocker boards.

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