Park-tuned performance that isn't scared of the rest of the mountain.
The DC MLF (Mountain Lab Favorite) Snowboard's twin shape and moderate flex combine with traditional camber to deliver a fun, controllable ride that pops off jumps and locks into long rails. Plenty of carbon and a quadraxial fiberglass layout prevent washout during high-speed run-ins and landings. The Sintered Supreme base absorbs oodles of wax to keep you ahead of the pack (as long as you tune it once in a while).
- Traditional camber shape delivers high-speed edge control and powerful ollies
- Radius to Flat turns up the nose/tail for increased flow in pow
- Carbon Quadrax Laminate offers powerful turns and quick edge-to-edge reaction
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I weigh 170 and I'm 5'11. Would the DC...
I weigh 170 and I'm 5'11. Would the DC tone be a good Board for me. I mainly do jumps
The Tone is reverse camber so landings will be more forgiving but if you want pop, stick with a regular camber board.
I'm about 170-175lbs, my usually park/cruising...
I'm about 170-175lbs, my usually park/cruising board is 156 (159 for powder).
Unfortunately this board doesn't come in 156... would be the 154 good for me? I like stable boards, i think 154 it's a bit short...isn't it?
i have this board in a 156 and it definitly rides big for its size. next year im going ot get one in a 154 if they dont bring back the 156. im 6ft 195 and have a size 12 boot and this thing handels everything i can throw at it with ease from a51 laps to 3 ft at steamboat.
I have the one from 2008 and its an amazing board. It will handle everything you throw at it and then some. I have rode in everything from typical So Cal slush, ice, and powder (including the 15' of snow Mammoth got over the holidays) and it hasn't let me down in any condition. Pretty fast base, solid construction, and crazy amounts of pop, this board is definitely made to own the jumps. It can definitely jib as well, just don't expect any crazy presses without working hard for them. I have had this board the same amount of time my buddy has had his Burton Blunt, and while his topsheet AND base are starting to peel up, my DC is still holding strong, and it has been through all the same terrain and reckless skiers running over the top of our boards in the lift line... DC makes some beast boards, and I will have mine for more seasons to come.
Would this be wide enough for a size 12...
Would this be wide enough for a size 12 boot with a size 11 profile?
yeah it should be ok you might have a little over hang but not much. I have last years PBJ with a size 11.5 boot and they fit just fine.... hope that helped
Would you recommend this DC MLF, the capita...
Would you recommend this DC MLF, the capita horrorscope, capita ultra fear or the rome artifact camber?
Depends what kind of riding you do. The MLF is defiantly geared to more of an all mountain ride, while the horrorscope and artifact are definently on the softer side geared towards jibs. Not that the MLF can't take on rails, but if thats what your primarily after, the horrorscope and artifact would be better choices. Also keep in mind, the MLF is regular camber, so it will be a lil more catchy in choppy slushy snow, but will have a TON of pop and super stable landings on bigger jumps. The others will be looser and more forgiving since they are reverse camber but will tend to get a lil sketch at high speeds and off bigger jumps. If you want a DC board thats on the softer side like horrorscope and artifact, check out the PBJ.
Great feel and very durable, I was riding the 154, I weigh 190lbs and was thrashing this board and it took everything!
This is my first DC board and I don't think its going to be my last. It took me a minute to get use to the fact that the board makes everything easier. Definitely money in the air and solid on rails.
board is so good
great fro big booters and powder
need to work a little harder on rails to press but good