If you’re not so stoked on crazy graphics, you’re in luck; DC made sure a small amount of its PBJ decks got something different—basic graphics. This limited edition version got a black topsheet laden with street-worthy graffiti logos and the recognizable DC crest on the base. DC’s Radius-to-Flat technology enhances pow-slashing when conditions are epic, and the Seven Radius sidecut design delivers stupid edge hold. The PBJ LTD Snowboard’s rail-ready pop and predictable response add confidence and ensure a smooth ride.
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The DC PBJ LTD 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.
Im 15 years old and i weigh about 105...
Im 15 years old and i weigh about 105 pounds, and with a height of "5,2". i really like DC boards and im not sure if this is the right size for me. Yea yea yea i know about the stupid size chart, i wanted to know if this would be an ok board for my height, or complete bad decision. Also, i dont want a dang womens board, and i dont want a boring board, this seems real nice. Please answer if you know a solution.
1st- id go 145- 148 for a size range for u
2nd- this board is the same as the normal PBJ it just has a different color way
3rd- All DC boards are A-mother fuckin'-Mazing i have the Aaron Bitter PBJ and i love it its soft good on jumps and pow. Plus all DC boards Have the best bases in the industry and they actually get faster over time
4th and finaly- IF I WERE U ID GO WITH THE NORMAL PBJ IN THE 148cm
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Im 6' and 165lbs. I wear a size 12 boot....
Im 6' and 165lbs. I wear a size 12 boot. I plan on doing a mix of mountain riding (groomers mostly) with a decent amount of park riding as well.
how well will this board suit me? I like rails but i also like big kickers. ive heard this board is a bit mushy in the landings off big things.
also i like buttery boards. hows the flex on this one?
It's a fun board to ride, but unless you're a rail junky i'd go for something a bit stiffer. I like soft boards too, but this thing is a noodle...I practically did a somersault the first time I tried a nosepress on it. If you like big kickers and riding fast I'd get something else.
this is an all around great board for everything, its a 4.5 flex on the dc scale, actually a perfect flex for park and the booters, ive found that i can kill everything on the mountain with this board except its not like an artifact when it comes to rails, little on the stiffer side for that, the artifact and a ton of capita boards are real noodles, but not this board by any means, if u want something stiff then check the MLF