Jibalicious fun for rail rats.
- Anti-Camber 6 profile is flat between the feet, with 6mm of rocker on either side of the inserts, for a catch-free ride that still locks into round rails
- Biax fiberglass wrap offers a soft, forgiving flex
- Astro Core uses lightweight wood composite for a durable, damp ride
- Radius to Flat angles the nose/tail up for increased float in pow
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i have an 08 154' and is nasty. im going to buy this cause iv gotten really good at boxes & rails. any suggestions for bindu=ings
Not bad DC
Park riding: 7/10
I had the pleasure of riding one of these in a 153 cm (I'm 5'7" and 130lbs) last season, and I must say, I enjoyed it quite a bit. It was my introduction to reverse camber, and it's really a new world. No more having to crank on your back foot to float in powder, and stomping that back 360 never felt more buttery.
This board is a SOFTY, but it still handled decently on hardpack. Hitting rails has never felt any easier though. The "anti-camber" locks you into a steezy press. I do have to say though, the base didn't hold up as well as I expected it too, but then again, jibbing on trees has never been kind to a board.
I definitely think this is a good moderate/advancing snowboard for the up-and-coming jibber.
I'm 6 ft, 200lbs, I spend 60% on the...
I'm 6 ft, 200lbs, I spend 60% on the mountain and 40% in the park. can I get away with riding a 153?
You could, but if you don't ride very much park you should probably go a bit bigger. I weigh 190lbs and ride a 152 in the park and 156 around the hill. Sure you can pull it off, but for more cruising than park riding I think you'll be happier on a bit of a bigger board.
New PBJ 149
This is the sickest board ive ever ridden. The flex is soft, but just strong enough to not wash out everywhere. In my opinion, the flex is very similar to the nose and tail regions of the K2 WWW. Spinning with the PBJ is nearly effortless. All in all, i recommend it to a rider that likes to mess around and have fun all over the park.
Recommended... Or not.
Super fun board, not as soft as an artifact but way more versatile.
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So I've heard a lot of good things about...
So I've heard a lot of good things about this board, and I'm down to choosing either the 153 PBJ or the 2010 155 Stepchild Jibstick. I like to ride pow and I like to jib, but I'm leaning more towards the PBJ. I'd like to get some feedback on which is the better investment.
I ride a 153 DC PBJ and it is awesome it is soft for jibs but still has a ton of pop and can still handle pow really well for a board that was made for the park. That being said i did ride and still use a stepchild jib stick form last year and it is a solid board for jibs and street but thats about it.... it really is not useful for any thing other then jibs and small jumps it can not handle pow all that well. So for a over all good board that can handle everything id go PBJ for sure because it kills the hole park.... the jib stick is a fun board but only for jibs and thats it..... hoped that helped
Yeah, Thanks dude.
I love this board i have last years and it is sick its super soft and poppy and can it handle pow just as well any board i have ever had and it can handle every thing id recommend it to any one it is awesome... Nuff said