Snowboard Type: All mountain board with a freestlye, park and urban
Rider Level: Suitable for beginners through to intermediate.
Profile: Traditional soft camber. This is raised 4mm between your bindings, and then connects with the snow at the nose and tail.
Shape: True twin.
Wide waist which is suitable if your boot in a UK10.5+
Flex: Medium flex with a rating of 5/10
Core: Stratus core, this is a 100% wood core combining Poplar and Beech which has lots of pop.
Fiberglass: Biax glass, this keeps a playful feeling on the board.
Base: True base. This is an extruded base, which is low maintenance
Edges: 3 degree bevel on the edges, creating more catch free edge.
Nose/Tail Width (cm)
Waist Width (cm)
If your boots are a UK10.5 and over, a wide waist snowboard will prevent you experiencing toe drag and give you better edge control. The PBJ board is a freestyle dominant board, from urban riding, rails, jibbing and general features. The PJB has a true twin shape, ideal for park riders or those who just enjoy riding switch from time to time. This board profile is a soft traditional camber, this means it’s a slightly less aggressive camber. This profile is more fun on features, but the camber still means that you have great edge hold on the groomers. To add to the fun feel, the PBJ uses Biax fiberglass which keep the board feeling flexible. As a freestyle focused board, the PBJ is ready to take a bit of a beating. With an extruded base, these boards are easy to repair and maintain. The core combines Poplar and Beech wood, this creates a consistent flex with tons of pop. The PBJ has removed the top sheet from the traditional construction of board. This has created an ultra-lightweight board which has also increases flex. DC boards are manufactured in the Mothership, this factory is eco-friendly and has previously won the Energy Globe Award. The Mothership factory produces boards more efficiently and with a sustainable process. This factory is 100% hydro powered.
All Mountain Freestyle Beginner
Product Sizing Chart
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