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Ikka and Devun helped design the DC MLF Snowboard—no wonder it’s called the MLF.

When DC's dream team Ikka and Devun were asked to design a freestyle board, the DC MLF Snowboard was the freakish spawn of this happy union. Whether you ride park or backcountry, this freestyle stick has DC’s poppy Aeron core with the added snap and stability of carbon and KEVLAR® reinforcements. DC thinned the tip and tail for a lower swing weight, and brought back radius-to-flat technology to improve float and stomps in the pow.

  • SRS - Seven Radius Sidecut delivers smooth and aggressive turns with plenty of stability whether you make slow short turns or are maching into a jump
  • New Triax laminate for added snap and stability
  • Centered stance
  • Medium stiff (6.5 out of 10 on DC's scale)
  • Comes with sticker pack

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5 5

Pleasantly Surprised

I figured that the DC boards would be stiff and hard to initiate turns on for some reason and thought after I got this thing I could complain about how they need to stick to making shoes and putting stickers on racecars. Actually the opposite is true. This is now my #1 pow board. It has a great blend of backcountry stiffness while retaining a park playfulness I wasn't expecting it to have. Definately not a park noodle, but thats the beauty of it. If you are looking for a playful pow board or are a true all mountain rider this is DEFINATELY a great choice.

The base is not as fast as some other boards I have, but I imagine it will take tree and rock beatings like my ultra sintered park boards will not. I love the pop in this board. It has an initial spring like resistance, but as soon as you give it a little energy behind your ollie the board folds right in half ready to obey.

Soft enough to jib, stiff enough to take big booters and powdery tree lines, this is my favorite cambered board to date.

Do these boards come waxed? Might be a...

Do these boards come waxed? Might be a dumb question, but I got this board for my son and want to give it to him ready to ride. Thanks!

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Yes, these do come factory waxed and ready to ride.

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it would be a good idea to get it hot waxed the factory wax is mainly for protection of the board

i just purchased this board for my boyfriend,...

i just purchased this board for my boyfriend, not knowing what to get as burton dont ship to australia,
but is it good for more mountain freestyle sort of stuff? rather than terrain parks?

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well its really soft so i dont think he will like it as much for riding the mountain ... not as stable but ohh well its stilla nice board.....
shoulda got the capita ultra fear fk he woulda loved it so much i know i sure do but they are super limited hahaha

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Yah itll definately be good for all mountain and backcountry booters, it's not soft at all around 7 out of 10. It's not made for park and jibbing more for big jumps and going fast.

5 5

Amazing Board

Words can't describe how satisfied iam with this board. By far the best board ive ever owned. Nothing but amazing. If you want a quality snowboard, DC is the way to go.

Amazing Board
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You should really angle your bindings dude, looks like you have em at 0º and 0º try 15º and -15º or 15º an -12º or sumthing. It'll prolly help your riding alot

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yah i ride 15, -15 they call it duck stance i believe, once u get use to it u will never go back! Also whats the difference in the core and regular model of this board? is it just the graphic or what? seems like the base is different