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Skate-like freestyle dominance.

The board of choice for DC's rail-annihilating squad of street shredders, the Ply Snowboard is a freestyle jibbing machine built for terrorizing your local terrain parks and urban spots. With snappy skate-like response and rail-ready edges, the Ply is ready to do your bidding from resort riding to late-night rail missions.

Lock & Load camber provides the trusted pop and power of traditional camber and increases stability and ollie power by extending the flat areas of the board at the contact points. Biax fiberglass gives it a buttery feel for locking into presses and the strong Stratus poplar core keeps the board lightweight. A three-degree bevel on the edges allows for 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.

  • Lock & Load camber
  • Twin shape
  • Biax fiberglass
  • Stratus wood core
  • True extruded base
  • Three-degree edge bevel

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Hey guys, I'm 5'10.5" and 145lbs. Just...

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Hey guys, I'm 5'10.5" and 145lbs. Just wondering what size I should for primarily park/cruising groomers. I have a 159cm '13 Skate Banana BTX but I find it to be far to big to jib and learn any spins bigger than 180s. I would use the Skate Banana for powder days (It surprisingly performs really, really well in powder, probably because it's so big) so this would likely be my park (medium jumps and jibs) and general all mountain cruising (Little hits here and there, just fun freestyle-cruisy riding). Would the 153 be a good size for me?

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Trying to decide between the 150 and 153....

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Trying to decide between the 150 and 153. Currently I ride a Forum Recon 153 and I now that I spend all of my time in the park I want a softer flex, true park board. I'm 5'10, 150lbs with a size 9.5-10 boot.

I ride a 156 gnu spacecase and it is a...

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I ride a 156 gnu spacecase and it is a little big I want a permanant jib stick and I want it to be the ply should I get the 153 or 150

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forgot to say im 5'10" 175lbs

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Hey there trent,

At your size a '50 would really be pushing it even for a jibber. I'd say roll with the '53 as long as your truly just jibbing, trying to send even medium park jumps might be sketchy. Hard to say really without testing the board. Also you might wana check out Dc's PBJ as that board is designed to be a dedicated jib stick (Park.Board.for.Jibbing).

I'm 6'1, 185 lbs with a size 11 boot. I...

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I'm 6'1, 185 lbs with a size 11 boot. I really love the colors of the 156, and spend a majority of my time in the park and hitting jumps. I just want to make sure that with my weight and boot size the 156 would still be a good option for me. Any insight would be greatly appreciated!

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Hey Gabe,
Yeah for a park board, a 156cm should work great for you.

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I'm the exact same height and weight as you. This is a great board for park and also for all around shredding. I would highly recommend it because of its speed, turning ability, and lightness.

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I almost went with the Tone but something was telling me to get the PLY.
Im really glad I did. I use this board for anything and everything. Ive got two groups of people I ride with. One group of jibbers and one group of bombers. This board is great for the entire mountain. I have no problem spinning on flatland or on boxes. On the opposide end, This board is great for launching kickers and floating out grabs. Its great on hardpack and no slouch in powder. It says its its recommended for park riding and jibbing. Advice to Dogfunk; add every other category to this board. Its the definition of an all mountain freestyle board. 5 stars aren't enough.

I am 6' 2" 175 pounds, I wear a size 12...

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I am 6' 2" 175 pounds, I wear a size 12 boot. I mainly ride park, and I hit a lot of jumps and rails. I am trying to decide between a 156 and a 159. I currently ride a 154. Is there a large difference between these size differences? What would you recommend?

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At that size, I'd say a 156 would be better for you; factoring in your addiction to riding the park.

Overall between the 156 and 159 you're looking at a 1.5 cm difference at the tip and tail respectively which in reality isn't much.

If you ever ride any pow, I'd lean towards the 159 unless this is a dedicated park board and if so, a 156.

You've also got a smaller waist width by 0.2 cm for the 156 which isn't enough to make me recommended one over the other.

At a size 12 boot though you might get some toe drag so maybe consider a wide board.

Jared D.
800.409.4502 ext 4055

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Thank you Torstein

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I did not get this board exactly..... I have the dc ply Torstein se and it is very similar to this board in the specs. The camber is perfect for Ollie's and making sure u don't slide right off the rails which is very usefull for nose slides board slides and other things like that. It's 6/10 flex lets you feel free to fly down a hill yet land sketchy off of a big jump and the dimples on the bottom help you fly by your friends on a slow day. Very we'll designed and the graphics look amazing!!

I'm 5'10", 160 lbs, and I wear a size 11...

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I'm 5'10", 160 lbs, and I wear a size 11 boot. I'm fairly new to snowboarding but I have a strong skateboarding background. I like to cruise down slopes and also like to hit some jumps and rails. Will a 156 work for me? Thanks.

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At that height and weight along with factoring in your potential park style of riding, I'd be comfortable recommending a 156.

I'm a little taller at 6'0'' and 170lb and have riden a 157 for the last few years. I'm switching to a 160 with my new deck due to riding on different terrain. But a 156 will work great for you at your size.

Jared D.
800.409.4502 ext 4055