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When your needs set the park as a priority, but you aren't the type to sleep through a powder day, the DC XFB Snowboard should be on the top of your list. With a medium-flex poppy Stratus core reinforced with carbon and KEVLAR® for smooth stability, this versatile board was built for epic launches. DC's SRS (Seven Radius Sidecut) creates a smooth and responsive ride on every turn, whether you're laying out a fatty, or cutting quickies in the park.

  • Directional Twin shape for blasting backcountry booters, buttering the pow, and running game in the park
  • Bi-Ax laminate wrap for durability and improved snap
  • Set back for better pow performance

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5 5

All Mountain Machine

They say this is a park board, but there are better boards for parks... I'm saying this is a good all mountain board that is park friendly.Has great response, doesn't get flappy at high speeds and has been solid on back country drops and booters. Been riding this thing for a while and no issues at all, and actually has held up better than a few of my more "big brand" boards. If kids are breaking theirs, they should stop riding 150's while being 200 lbs... ride the proper size and troubles go away for all brands. I'm thinking of picking up another one just because I like it so much.

I am 5'5" 135lbs, would this board and...

I am 5'5" 135lbs, would this board and size 152cm suit me?
I am an old skate boarder switching to snow boarding. I want to know if this board is for me?

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it might be a little big at your weight i would look more for a 147ish board and it might be a little to big. but sense your more of a beginner it might be ok for the price id would go for the 152 and you will be fine.... hoped that helped

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i would get 147 im 5'6 180 and and i bought 152 once and sent it back weeks after and have never gone bigger than 147 since and to be honest i wouldnt get this at all i had mine for one year before edges started falling out and the nose snapped

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which stick is better... DC XFB Snowboard...

which stick is better... DC XFB Snowboard or the Technine MFM x Sound Snowboard (http://www.dogfunk.com/technine-mfm-x-sound-snowboard)

Is there a major difference, i would like something with pop and butter, but still able to carve up the powder?

5 5

My board is great.

If yours broke like that, i'd say it's just unlucky. I fell in love with my 08-09 model of the XFB. Still no problems with it from the icey runs of minnesota. Even in the powder of beaver creek, CO, it was like butter. I was very surprised. If your worries about the 2010 model, just go with the 2008 model.

will this board fit a size 12 boot?

will this board fit a size 12 boot?

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This board would for sure be too narrow... You would need a board with a waist width of at least 260mm for a size 12

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will this board fit a size 12 boot?

will this board fit a size 12 boot?

1 5

dc xfb strength

Just went out for the first day at Snowbird and jibbed some trees, the board snapped at the sidewalls and splintered out, keep your recipt!!!