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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 buttery flex, press-friendly Anti-Camber profile, and DC's Camber Core designed to add camber-like pop to their rocker snowboards.

  • Anti-Camber rocker profile for easy presses and butters, and an all-around catch-free fun ride
  • Camber Core adds camber-like pop to a buttery rocker design
  • Structurn base is dimpled to reduce surface tension and increase speed (kinda like how golf balls are dimpled to fly further through the air)
  • Radius 2 Flat tip and tail use a dramatic rise for improved float in deep snow

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4 5

Good Beginner Board

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Bought & used the DC Focus 153 on my 2nd trip out in Mar 2013 (1st was in Feb 2012 & on a rental Burton Cruzer 151). Excellent board that saw me through my S-turns refresher, switch riding, ollies/hops, and presses. Transitions nicely from edge to edge without catching, especially on faster slopes. Given this is a park board, I have however NOT used it in the park yet. Overall, a good learner board for me.

I wear a size 11.5 boot. Would I need a...

I wear a size 11.5 boot. Would I need a wide board, instead?

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Hey Tanner,

I would recommend a wide board for anyone with a boot size over 10.5. In your case you will have significantly less toe and heal drag in aggressive turns if you go with a wide board.