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Built to get you to the park, shaped to kill it while you’re there.

DC built the PBJ Snowboard for pure freestyle. The true twin-tip design and ultralight Stratus Core mean you can bring it around quickly and stick the landing straight or switch with no crazy handling characteristics. The carbon stringer that runs down the center line gives the board a little more stiffness than a typical freestyle-dedicated board, so it carves and handles big booters a little better than the average park noodle.
  • Radius-to-flat tip and tail curves up from the base and goes flat to give you more float in the powder
  • Carbon stringer gives the board more snap
  • 4400 sintered base doesn�t require much maintenance and is easy to repair
  • 7-radii sidecut carves smoothly and predictably while allowing for easy turn initiation

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Unanswered Question

hey i'm 5'8 135. would the 149 be a good...

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hey i'm 5'8 135. would the 149 be a good size?

would this board ft a size 11 boot and is...

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would this board ft a size 11 boot and is this good for a 5`3 tall boy and still growing

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I'd probably go with a little bit bigger board for a size 11 boot. Check out the waist width on some different boards... I'd recommend at least a 254mm waist width for a size 11... length depends on what you ride (shorter for park, longer for pow)... waist width is gonna be the most important for you because you don't want those big ol toes dragging!

im 6,1 im 140 pounds all i do is ride...

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im 6,1 im 140 pounds all i do is ride street rails and park a wanna know if the 149 is to small or perfect for what i like to do can some one help me out?

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im 6"3 i ride the 153 and its perfect. but it's really personal preferene

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well im 5,11 and i ride a 154 so i think riding a 149 would be way to small for park cuz it is more difficult to get pop and landing big booters but if you do srteet rails then do what you prefere cuz i never ride street just park and a 149 is to small for park

Does this board need alot of care?

I heard...

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Does this board need alot of care?

I heard DC boards are a pain to take care of like waxing and others. Do you need to wax this board everytime you go up the mountain?

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Its actually a base that you done really have to take suuuper good care of. You will wax this deck just about the same or less than any other one. Seeing as its a jib board, the base it a lot stronger and easier to maintain if you have a crack in the p-tex. And no you dont need to wax it every run, unless you are riding on dirt lol. Its a sweet deck and kills it on the mountain

can this board be use as normal riding and...

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can this board be use as normal riding and mountain? Since I saw a review saying it broke the second time doing mountain.

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u should be ok his might have broke but mine held up when i took a trip out west this winter that was about a week of 12hour day riding in and out of the park and mine is still holding strong

i wear a size 10.5
should i go for a wide...

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i wear a size 10.5
should i go for a wide or regular?

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regular i have a size 11 boot on mine PBJ 153 (it is the Aaron Bitter model but its the same board different graphic any way) i have a little over hang yes but if u are looking at this board ur probably not doing a lot of crazies carves any way so u should be good on a regular board (BTW i ride i 24" 15,-15 stance so if ur riding 0 or some weird shit like that go with the wide) Hoped i helped

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i wear a 13 on the bittner 153 and ive had no problems

is this a light snowboard?

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is this a light snowboard?

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Weight: 6.50 lb

does this board have Rocker or Camber?

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does this board have Rocker or Camber?

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Traditional camber.

I know this board is sick on jumps but is...

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I know this board is sick on jumps but is it soft enough for a skinny guy for jibbing soft and easy??

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Oh yeah, this board was made for Jibbing. If you have ever heard of a Lib Tech Skate Banana, this is its DC equivalent. All my friends ride DC boards, and every single one of them loves it.
Oh yeah, and some dude by the name of Halldor Helgason rides this board also. If you haven't hear of him check out his video part in They Came From, he won video part of the year. Let me know if you think this board sucks for jibbing after you watch it.

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VERY NICE!!!!!

this board is SWEET! ridden it like 3 times now, its a little stiffer of a board, but getting more flexy as i ride it. its so solid and so far really reliable. i rode some pow and i hit a tree and fell over a tree stump and the boards fine, overall one of the best boards ive ridden.

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bad ace

pretty dope board. all around killer does well in the pow with the radius to flat tips. haddles just about everything jumps rails pipe. nice soft flex on it for doing butters and presses but still enough stiffeness for high speed and jumps. and good pop

Thinking of getting this board or banana...

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Thinking of getting this board or banana skate or Rome postermania for mainly shredding the park, any ideas on which way to go?

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it depends wat your looking for both the skate banana and postermania are revers camber and very flexible but they are also sell for 480 when the pbj is only 350

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this board it is soooooooooooo sick good on jumps good on rails light and it can handle in powder like a finely tuned sports car

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this board for sure it is good on jumps amazing on rails and handles in powder like a finely tuned sport car

Unanswered Question

what edge bevel does the pbj have

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what edge bevel does the pbj have

Is there a difference between the DC PBJ...

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Is there a difference between the DC PBJ Biittner and the normal DC PBJ 153, in the sidebar it says the base of the biittner is TRUE OPTIC and on the pbj its different and they both says stratus core, but its seems that the biittner may be only poplar no carbon and kevlar like the other boards? is it just me or are they different?

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exact same board, just different topsheet and base graphics.

I was curious whats the radius to flat...

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I was curious whats the radius to flat technology on the tip and tail. Im not clear if it similar to a flatkick, a rocker, or banana. My really question is does it have regular or reverse camber.

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Radius to flat has nothing to do with with sidecut. It is kind of similar to the Capita FK tech in that the nose and tail do have flat bits near the end but it does start out with the normal curve and its not neg camber. Helps to give you more of a base to ollie off and also helps it float in the pow pow.

The PBJ is a regular cambered board and it's probably my favorite board I've had.