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Get Focused.

Want a worthy freestyle deck but don't want to have to visit Vinnie the Loan Shark and run the risk of losing your kneecaps? Check out the DC Focus Snowboard. This true twin features a soft flex to help you dial in new combos on boxes, and a Camber Core to increase ollie power and balance out the board's loose rocker feel.
  • AntiCamber features a long flat zone between your feet, with rocker in the tip/tail for a blend of locked-in balance on rails and pre-loaded pressing power
  • Camber Core balances out Anti-Camber's loose feel with arched wood and fiberglass in strategic zones for improved pop
  • Radius2Flat tip/tail keep you on top of the deep stuff when the park gets buried in two feet of pow

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Is this board good for jumping on rails...

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Is this board good for jumping on rails in the park

5 5

Fun Jib Board

I rode this board a bunch this summer up on Mt Hood and its loads of fun. It rode soft, but had a lot of liveliness, as well. The rocker on this board takes place outside of the bindings, allowing the middle platform of the board to freeride well. Overall, I would highly recommend this board to anyone looking for a softer board, mostly for jibbing and creative park lines. If you are hitting jumps over 40', you'll probably want something a little stiffer. I loved this board!