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Alive! It's alive!

Pros Aaron Blittner and Torstein Horgmo challenged DC to come up with a board that was more suited to their style of riding. The mad scientists at DC labs stitched together a little skateboard shape with a tad of camber and a touch of flat, then flipped a switch to bring the Ply Snowboard to life. Since then, hordes of jib-hungry park rats have stormed the lab in hopes of experiencing this radically new shape and feel. Dudes, put those pitchforks away—the Ply is here.
  • Lock & Load Camber features traditional camber through he midsection of the board, but with longer contact points to create a flat, stable, catch-free, and infinitely pressable platform for locking on and loading up the tip and tail
  • Skateboard-like Skate Twin shape combines a centered stance and sidecut with a low-profile tip for smooth turn initiation and a blunt tail for quick turns and powerful ollies
  • Flexalite tip construction is lighter for lower swing weight and flexy enough for more control on tricky presses
  • Powerful, lightweight Stratus Core features vertically laminated poplar

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size 11 Dc boot, will this fit ok on the...

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size 11 Dc boot, will this fit ok on the the 150.5 board???

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Hey,

248mm waist width is cutting it really close. You would probably get away with it but there would be a bit of toe-drag. I've ridden that waist width in 11's and it wasn't a HUGE deal, but definitely had toe-drag. I do ride at Snowbird though.

I'm 5'8" and 125 pounds. Should I go for...

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I'm 5'8" and 125 pounds. Should I go for the 147.25 or go for the Torstein pro? I want to be able to boot it off larges but i still want to be able to jib nicely and butter.

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ya i think that would be good if u want to do big air and stuff it would b a little short other wise.

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Go for the 150.5 I'm 5'10 150 lbs. Love my 150.5. Great for boxes and rails as well as cruising off the big booters. Went 70 mphs last year at Beaver Creek. Had an iphone speedometer app to tell me my speed. Got pretty noodlily but it held strong as long as you know how to snowboard. Great for spinning and flips. I don't catch my edges on boxes either which is a huge plus. Love the new Lock-n-load camber.

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Super Fun!

This is a really fun board that I got to demo for a few days last winter! It is supper poppy and really fun on the rails. You aren't able to choose the base color which I think is lame. I would definitely recommend this for any park rat out there who is looking for a regular camber board!

My DC PLY

My DC PLY

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Board is super sick. I love it, almost more then my girlfriend. I upgrade from the DC XFB to the PLY this past year and i've noticed a big difference in my snowboarding abilities. Alot more pop. The board is way lighter so spinning comes with ease. I love the hybrid lock and load camber. I don't catch edges on boxes or rails anymore. It does get noodily when i go fast, but it is controllable. (Hit 70MPH at Beaver Creek this past winter using my iphone speedometer.) All around, this board was worth the money. I have the 150.5 with the black bottom and red DC letters. Highly recommend for backcountry pow, and park.

how light is the board exactly ??

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how light is the board exactly ??

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Well, I can tell you that my package that had the DC PLY 150.5 weight was 11 lbs. Atleat that's what the UPS shipping site said it was, so it is lighter then that. I've had quiet a few snowboards, and this is the first board i've put on my feet and i don't feel it on my foot as i ride up the chairlift. First time for that. When i get a scale, i'll let you know the exact weight.

when buying this are you able to choose...

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when buying this are you able to choose the color of the base of the 147.25?

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No I'm afraid you can't. The top of the board color depends on the size. So for the 147, you will have what the picture shows. But the bottom of the board from what i know from the 150.5 could be black, white, or red. It's random.

Plan on getting the 150.5 in anytime soon?...

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Plan on getting the 150.5 in anytime soon? No one has it, so now i'll have to stop procrastinating and just buy it when it's back.

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it's a sick board. friend has the 156.5. it rides so nice. it feels still, but when you ride it, it just flex's like crazy.

I'm 5'9" weight about 135. I can't decide...

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I'm 5'9" weight about 135. I can't decide between the DC Mlf 154, the DC Ply, and Capita outdoor living 152. I live in the midwest, Chicago to be exact and I ride mostly all mountain. Usually cruise with my friends for a bit then hit the rails and jumps. So I need an all around board thats good for jumps not too big since im a level above beginner and a rail board with good flex. Which board would you guys recommend?

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the MLF is going to be stiffer than the other two. if you want a rail board look at a Nitro Team gullwing board. it gives you all mountain option and can kill the rails. the DC ply is a good board and so is the Capita. the Capita is going to be a little softer flexing.

the MLF is going to be stiffer than the other two. if you want a rail board look at a Nitro Team gullwing board. it gives you all mountain option and can kill the rails. the DC ply is  a good board and so is the Capita. the Capita is going to be a little softer flexing.
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soo sick

just got the biittner pro sickest deck ever looks awesome and shreds even better perfect flex

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What bindings do u use and or reccomed?

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Also what size do u ride?

5 5

soo sick

just got the biittner pro sickest deck ever looks awesome and shreds even better perfect flex

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also is it a nice ride on groom?

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also is it a nice ride on groom?

does this have good flex?

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does this have good flex?

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More on the stiff side. A 7/10 on the DC scale.

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what is the largest size boot you should...

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what is the largest size boot you should try to use using this board I'm an 11 will i be to far off the edge and me stance is 15 -15

Hi was wondering if i should go with the...

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Hi was wondering if i should go with the 147 or the 150? I weigh 130lb and im 5 foot 8".

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If you ride mostly park stay small. If you ride big mountain and big jumps go bigger.

6'0", 180lbs....some park, some groomers,...

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6'0", 180lbs....some park, some groomers, no real big mountains...153 or 156?

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153 for not real big mountain

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156

How is this board compared to the new DC...

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How is this board compared to the new DC Tone? I'm looking for something good for rails but can also slay jumps. I had the PBJ and that was way to soft for me. From what I read people say the PLY is softer. Any tips on the boards?

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super fun board! it has a good flex to it, but with the traditional camber it keeps it stiffer than a reverse camber. The tip and tail have a softer feel and has more of a flat profile. I'm pretty stoked on it.

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the ply is pretty much a mix between the mlf, which is great for jumps but not rails, and the pbj that is sick on rails but not so much jumps. its pretty much a perfect board.

How is the pop on this board

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How is the pop on this board

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thanks cause some people say its not that poppy but that makes me feel better

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no problem dude, i demoed one and it was a perfect jib/park flex...not stiff enough for 40+ jumps or pipe though, but its pop is perfect for park and jibs.

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thats weird cause you see torstein hitting those huge jumps on it

Hi could you tell me what size you would...

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Hi could you tell me what size you would reccomend I'm 5ft 10 with size 11 boots and weigh 77kg looking for all mountain riding and currently ride a 155 dh2

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the dh2, being a basically the same board only different camber concept, and a little softer, you should ride about the same size. in my honest opinion, i would go 153.75 though.

Will this fit a size 11 boot?

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Will this fit a size 11 boot?

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You'll probably be ok with a size 11, depending on what size you want. You are right on the edge of needing a Wide board. Size 11 is usually the size to move into that wide range, but this one you should be ok.

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as long as your stance isn't super tight, or your feet aren't at a -5 to 5 degree range, you should be fine!

is this a good park board? (review?) and...

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is this a good park board? (review?) and what size would i be if im like 155 and 6ft

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this is a stiffer board and does not have dulled edges for rails. it does have a hybrid camber and gives you the best of regular and reverse camber. if you want to hit the jumps and ride the rest of the mountain this should not let you down.

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