DC Womens PLY 2017

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Description

The DC Women's PLY is an absolute favourite among women who prefer a more aggressive ride. This is one of the more poppy and energetic boards in the DC line and you can guarantee higher ollies and bigger slashes. The Hybrid Camber gives you all the benefits of the forgiving and playful reverse camber, but adds a snappy and responsive feel to the board. This board is FUN! *Base Colours Vary


Key Features

Camber Type: Lock & Load

Traditional camber mixed with anti camber. With positive camber between the feet for that all mountain capability and pop. Then throw in longer contact points under the feet for less edge catching and creating a stable platform.

Flex: 6/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

A medium - stiff flex for all mountain riding wether your hitting the park or the groomers.

Shape: Twin

True twin snowboards are 100% symmetrical. The nose and tail are the same length. The flex pattern and sidecut is uniform throughout and will feel the same whether you're riding switch or regular. The binding inserts are centred on the board.

Core: Stratus

Poplar wood for a super poppy and lightweight ride. The Bi-Ax laminates cross 2 ways over the board for a snappy but forgiving ride.

Base: True Base

DC's true base is an Extruded material for a durable and fast ride. Extruded bases are easy care and easy to fix.

SIZE CHART

Board Lengths: 142cm, 146cm, 149cm

Stance Set Back: 0mm (centred stance)

Waist Width:

(142cm) 237mm

(146cm) 239mm

(149cm) 241mm

Recommended Rider Weight:

(142cm) 33-62kg

(146cm) 35-65kg

(149cm) 38-68kg

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