The Ply snowboard from the American brand DC is a freestyle snowboard with a symmetrical twin-tip shape, while its classic camber and wood core are very efficient in the resort.
Compared to the PBJ model also at DC Snowboards, the Ply model is a little more tonic and technical to ride. We stay on the same freestyle program, but the camber is a bit more pronounced and the flex a bit firmer. This will give you more grip and more bounce on the piste, more ollie pop, but in return a little less tolerance.
What is the program of the DC Ply snowboard?
With its classic camber, combined with a wood core offering a tonic but playful flex, the Ply offers a lot of grip and rebound on the piste, while keeping flexibility on the tips. So, you can attack in cut corners, draw long curves and gain speed, but you can also have fun placing presses and jib tricks. It's not difficult to ride, particularly due to the small areas of flat camber in front of the spatulas to make transitions from edge to edge on the track easier. So, it's a great board for use in the resort, in the snowpark or on the slopes and edges!
Who is the DC Ply snowboard intended for?
Well-balanced between fun and performance it is very pleasant to ride all over the resort for an intermediate/confirmed snowboarder looking to alternate between relaxed moments and moments a bit more challenging, the DC Ply will delight a wide range of snowboarders, freestyle or not.
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