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Ply your wares on the hill.

DC team riders Raewyn Reid and Kimmy Fassani put their own women-specific twist on the already radically different Women's Ply Snowboard. DC endowed this fun, surfy board with skate-like performance that blends the power and pop of a cambered board with the flex and press-ability of the noodliest of park boards.
  • Lock & Load Camber features traditional camber through he midsection of the board, but with longer contact points to create a flat, stable, catch-free 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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How do you find the correct length for a...

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How do you find the correct length for a snowboard?

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Its really depends on your style of riding and where your skill level is. Most people would start off by getting a board that's tall enough to rest their chin on..if you want to hit jumps you might want and board a little bit longer/stiffer..if you wanna become a park rat, then a board thats shorter and softer would be best..but hey every board is different so it best to test out a few boards first to find your best fit..