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The DC PBJ Snowboard may have built a name for itself as The Park Board for Jibbing, but it's been upgraded this year with traditional camber to help you tackle the rest of the park, too. The added pop and stability will help you handle bigger jumps without sacrificing the buttery flex that made it so good for rail domination in the first place.

Traditional camber gives it the pop and power to help you hold an edge at high speeds and boost big ollies, while biax fiberglass and an Astro core keeps the feel buttery so you can still get down with the best of them through the rail section of the park. Speaking of rails, a three-degree bevel on the edges means catch-free boardslides right out of the plastic. And since you're going to be putting a hurting on this thing when you're lapping the park, it has an extruded base that can easily be repaired when you get the occasional scratch or ding.

  • Traditional camber
  • Twin shape
  • Biax fiberglass
  • Astro wood composite core
  • True extruded base
  • Three-degree edge bevel

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4 5

Just Wonderful!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Ive rode the 2012 model of this board for 2 years! Pretty buttery, and I found it very stable. When I bought it, I didn't realize it was a park board, and I'm an all mountain person, but I think that it floats good in powder and is pretty responsive there. As for Park, I wasn't in there very much but it seemed really good! Overall great snowboard, just not quite what I was looking for in the all mountain category.

5 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Great board! I'm on my second PBJ board. Trashed my first one in the park and ready to do it again. It's pretty buttery but there are other more buttered boards out there. Holds a nice edge and easy to steer when you're rodeo'n around on the mountain. And my mom said I couldn't handle the power of a v6. HA! But all in all it's a great board to mess around on. If you have questions leave a reply and I can get back to you.