Make the mountain your plaything.
Yeah, you like to lap the park, but sometimes you gotta jib around the mountain or dip into some powder—which is why DC created the XFB Snowboard. Forgiving flex gives you the feel for riding rails and jibbing naturals, and a directional shape delivers easy and responsive turn initiation for cruising the groomers. DC reinforced the XFB’s lightweight poplar core with carbon and Kevlar between the feet for added pop and easy edge-to-edge rolling, and threw on a 4400 sintered base for speed. When you’re charging hard in the backcountry the BI-AX fiberglass wrap reduces chatter so you can concentrate where you're going to next.
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where would i be able to get this board...
where would i be able to get this board from, white 2008 dc xfb?
Usually companies only do a limited run on their line-up for the year, and DC is no exception. You might be able to find it in a shop, but to find specifically what you want on the net might be a lil hard(like ur looking for a 150 but all they have left is the 154 for example). You can try shopwiki.com and see if that will pick it up(its just a search engine for stuff, and have found them to work well)
II have one for sale, used but not even a full season. Its 155. I'm in Oklahoma. About to put it on Craigslist
i just bought this board and all i do ir...
i just bought this board and all i do ir shred park!
is it going to respond well on big tables???
Yep. That is what it's made for.
would this board be ok for a Large size...
would this board be ok for a Large size binding?
does this board work for goofy riders? idk...
does this board work for goofy riders? idk what directional twin means so if you could explain that to me that would be great
Any board will work for goofy riders or regular riders. Just know what you nose is and what your tail is and set your bindings accordingly. Obviously for you if your goofy right foot binding goes on the nose and left binding on the tail. Directional twin just means that the board has a twin(symmetrical shape) and a directional flex (tail is stiffer than the nose for control, pop, ect.). They also often have setback insets, that just means you will have a longer nose than tail. These boards offer the best of a twin board and directional. They will do good in the park and all over the mountain. And because of the twin shape you will be able to ride switch easier.
I have had a lot of boards from lib tech,burton,forum but this has to be the best all moutain freestyle board i have ever rode it has a very low spin weight which is great for thoose tricky shifty hip jumps and its a perfect backflip board and its all BLINGED out its dope.i recommend it
how does this board preform on icy...
how does this board preform on icy groomers?
Dude, if you ride in ice alot, youd be much better off with a Lib Tech or Gnu board with the serated Magne-traction edges. Any of there boards with MTX in the description is magne-traction. Here are some on this site. http://www.dogfunk.com/dogfunk/search.html?mv_session_id=M3dd2yUz&q=MTX Good luck.
Steezy's the Lib Guy , im the Burton guy...and Burton's high end boards have their copy version of MTX called "pressure distribution edges" ive heard mixed reviews on it but the consensus is that its just as good or better than MTX
which board... DC PBJ or DC XFB?
which board... DC PBJ or DC XFB?
DC XFB if you like backcountry also. if you just do park though DC PBJ
i have the lauri just a it stiffer then the XFB but based off of it. but the setback of the xfb is nice and its still pretty soft for jibs and pressing
xfb all the way.
What a good board board. Doing streetrails I wont recommend, this is for a pow day or park. Super fun.
i recently purchased the dc xfb and i love it. it rides like if i were on top of butter. the flex the board has is AMAZING. ive only been up the mountain twice so far and im already trying rails and jumps that i would never hit before. it is very responsive when i want to bomb down the mountain and not have to worry about catching an edge.
Fun!!! Tough Board!
I also rode this board at an on snow. I absolutely loved it. I did have one run where I hit a rock super hard. I thought I had jacked the base and gone all the way to the core. But when I got down I checked to see what the damage was and it had not even gone though the P tex. It was like a dent 1/2" wide and 3 inches long but that was it.
I was stoked on how tough it was...I thought for sure I had done more damage. This board was way fun all over the Mountain.
Wow I thought the DC boards rip!
I tried them out at a demo in the northwest and thought they were great! The Ikka board was smooth like butter!
Ii demoed this board at a on snow and was not happy with it, every DC board felt the same, these boards are just about the big logo.