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$319.95 at Backcountry

Looking to progress your freestyle skills to the next level? Hop aboard the DC Focus Snowboard for the loose, catch-free feel desi...red for pressing through the jib park, spinning off smaller kickers, and buttering with the best of 'em. Engineered with a Rocker profile, the Focus Snowboard is flat underfoot for straight-line stability, with rocker at the tip and tail to prevent edge hang-ups when you're buttering and jibbing through the park. Add in Radius 2 Flat tech for near-effortless presses and butters, thanks to elongated flat surfaces at the tip and tail. And for those deeper days when the park's overflowing with powder, the Rocker profile and Radius 2 Flat tips enhance lift in the deep stuff to prevent you from "going over the bars" and tomahawking down the mountain. Inside the board's guts, the Astro core features reinforced wood for the durability needed to hit freestyle features while retaining a smooth, mid-level flex lengthwise. Biax fiberglass delivers a softer torsional flex that helps you initiate turns easily and spread butters without much resistance. Throw in a catch-free 3-degree edge bevel and an easy to repair True Base (extruded) for a low-maintenance freestyle board begging to be used and abused on boxes and rails. Read More

DC
$349.95 at Backcountry

Aptly named for its buttery feel, the DC PBJ Snowboard is a twin-shaped freestyle traditionalist loaded with positive camber for t...he poppy performance and locked-in feel desired by jib junkies and park addicts alike. Its true twin shape dominates urban handrails, jib lines, and park kickers, facilitating switch stomping and take-offs without a hitch. Its Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks provide a larger platform for spreading butters and laying into presses. Additionally, these flat tip surfaces enhance lift in powder, should the park be buried in a foot of fresh. Inside this poppy-playful freestyle board, the wood-reinforced Astro core increases durability, also bestowing a smooth, mid-level flex underfoot. Tear The Roof Off tech eliminates the board's topsheet for a lightweight, super-playful feel, with tons of pop for snapping off the lip of jumps and freestyle features. Its biax fiberglass lay-up infuses a bit looser torsional feel that's ideal for buttering and pressing through the park. And to prevent nasty hang-ups, the 3-degree edge bevel lifts the edges just enough to eliminate the catchy feel on boxes and rails, all without sacrificing its ability to lay into quick turns. Additionally, the PBJ features a low-maintenance, easy to repair True Base (extruded) that's ideal for park and rail riders thrashing their boards all season long. Read More

DC
$549.95 at Backcountry

Designed to stomp the world's toughest tricks with clean style and authority, the DC Media Blitz Snowboard crushes every park and ...freestyle feature with unflappable stability and poise, thanks to its highly responsive flex, aggressive camber profile, and bombproof build quality. Engineered with the pre-loaded pop and stomp-everything stability of traditional camber, the Media Blitz features an aggressive camber profile, with a 6-millimeter rise acting like a springboard for sending gigantic kickers and gapping onto handrails. As such, it's definitely not a beginner-friendly board, since it requires strong skills to initiate turns, butter, and press. However, to advanced freestyle riders, this board provides the high-speed stability needed for 50-foot plus kickers and high-consequence rails found throughout the world's most demanding parks. Featuring Tips Up construction, the Media Blitz's running/contact length is elongated, in conjunction with shortened tip and tail shapes. This allows you to downsize by 3 to 4 centimeters in length, giving you a more agile park board with less swing weight, all without sacrificing its ability to lay an edge down or ride at high speeds. Inside this top-flight freestyle board, the Impact Core features a mixture of poplar and ash wood for bombproof durability and explosive pop. Its quadrax fiberglass and carbon stringers enhance its highly responsive feel, preventing unwanted chatter when you're straight-lining gigantic kickers and stomping huge landings. Furthermore, its Fresh Deck topsheet adds skate-like pop for boosting, while the Sintered Supreme base absorbs tons of wax for riding extremely fast. Read More

DC
$349.95 at Backcountry

Aptly named for its buttery feel, the DC PBJ Snowboard is a twin-shaped freestyle traditionalist loaded with positive camber for t...he poppy performance and locked-in feel desired by jib junkies and park addicts alike. Its true twin shape dominates urban handrails, jib lines, and park kickers, facilitating switch stomping and take-offs without a hitch. Its Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks provide a larger platform for spreading butters and laying into presses. Additionally, these flat tip surfaces enhance lift in powder, should the park be buried in a foot of fresh. Inside this poppy-playful freestyle board, the wood-reinforced Astro core increases durability, also bestowing a smooth, mid-level flex underfoot. Tear The Roof Off tech eliminates the board's topsheet for a lightweight, super-playful feel, with tons of pop for snapping off the lip of jumps and freestyle features. Its biax fiberglass lay-up infuses a bit looser torsional feel that's ideal for buttering and pressing through the park. And to prevent nasty hang-ups, the 3-degree edge bevel lifts the edges just enough to eliminate the catchy feel on boxes and rails, all without sacrificing its ability to lay into quick turns. Additionally, the PBJ features a low-maintenance, easy to repair True Base (extruded) that's ideal for park and rail riders thrashing their boards all season long. Read More

DC
$429.95 at Backcountry

You'll be hard pressed to find a one-board quiver that crushes everything on the mountain with the freestyle finesse and silky-smo...oth style of the DC Tone Snowboard. This twin-shaped deck offers a unique Anti-Camber profile that's engineered with Camber Core at the tip and tail for all of the benefits of rocker without the lack of pop and instability inherent to many rockered designs. Basically, the board is flat between the binding inserts for straight-line stability and a neutral feel found on many flat cambered decks. After the binding inserts, the Tone rises 4mm at the tip and tail. This adds float when you're tracking through deep powder, and it also allows you to butter and press without hanging up. However, DC recognized that this rockered design compromised its stability on landings and ability to pre-load the nose and tail for boosting ollies and nollies. That's why it engineered its Camber Core into these rockered zones. By bending the rockered zones into an arched, bridge-like shape, the Tone retains added resistance when flexing the tip and tail. This gives it the stability and pre-loaded pop found on a traditional camber board, but without the catchy feel. Inside the guts of this freestyle slayer, you'll find a Stratus core made of poplar wood for lightweight performance and a medium flex. Its quadrax fiberglass layup adds torsional stiffness, making the board great for high-speed bombing without unwanted chatter. In addition, its Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks provide lift when planing through deep snow, keeping your nose from submerging in powder. Read More

DC
$379.95 at Backcountry

Striking a chord with the park crowd, the DC Women's Ply Snowboard dismantles terrain parks and handrails with its twin shape and ...Lock & Load Camber. Not content with being a one-trick pony, its versatile, mid-level flex is playful enough for lapping the park nonstop, yet it's still stable and responsive when you're cruising with friends and railing turns down the mountain. Lock & Load Camber delivers the stable, locked-in feel of camber underfoot, with large flat zones along the contact zones (i. e., just before the tips) for boosting ollies and stomping landings with extra stability. Additionally, the Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks offer a more abrupt transition, with large flat zones for extra float on those deep powder days. Radius 2 Flat is also great for pressing and buttering, considering the elongated, flat-shaped tips. The Stratus poplar core delivers a light and lively feel underfoot when you're sending park kickers, gapping onto down-rails, and spinning off natural rollers. Biax fiberglass laminates offer a mellow torsional flex, lending itself to buttering and pressing with ease. Moreover, the Ply features a 3-degree edge bevel to prevent hang-ups on boxes and rails when you're jibbing. And to keep you riding without much fuss, the low-maintenance True Base (extruded) maintains a fast glide without regular waxing. Read More

DC
$379.95 at Backcountry

Striking a chord with the park crowd, the DC Women's Ply Snowboard dismantles terrain parks and handrails with its twin shape and ...Lock & Load Camber. Not content with being a one-trick pony, its versatile, mid-level flex is playful enough for lapping the park nonstop, yet it's still stable and responsive when you're cruising with friends and railing turns down the mountain. Lock & Load Camber delivers the stable, locked-in feel of camber underfoot, with large flat zones along the contact zones (i. e., just before the tips) for boosting ollies and stomping landings with extra stability. Additionally, the Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks offer a more abrupt transition, with large flat zones for extra float on those deep powder days. Radius 2 Flat is also great for pressing and buttering, considering the elongated, flat-shaped tips. The Stratus poplar core delivers a light and lively feel underfoot when you're sending park kickers, gapping onto down-rails, and spinning off natural rollers. Biax fiberglass laminates offer a mellow torsional flex, lending itself to buttering and pressing with ease. Moreover, the Ply features a 3-degree edge bevel to prevent hang-ups on boxes and rails when you're jibbing. And to keep you riding without much fuss, the low-maintenance True Base (extruded) maintains a fast glide without regular waxing. Read More

DC
$199.95 at Backcountry

The DC Men's Scout Boa Snowboard Boot is incredibly lightweight, with a skate-like feel for cruising the mountain and lapping the ...park. Packing incredible adjustability for the price, the Boa H3 Coiler quickly tightens the boot with the simple twist of a dial. Suddenly, on-mountain adjustments are quick and easy, without having to painstakingly re-lace your boots and freeze your fingers while doing so. Conforming to your feet for a supportive fit without pressure points, the boot's Red liner is fully heat moldable. Mold 'em straight from the box for an ultra-precise fit or simply ride a few times for the same effect. Plus, the fuzzy fleece lining keeps your feet toasty on those frigid winter days. Other key features include an impact-absorbing Snow Basic footbed, as well as a Unilite sole for a lightweight, skate-inspired feel. Read More

DC
$169.95 $84.98 at Backcountry

Stop wasting time in the parking lot fiddling with laces and hit the slopes faster in the DC Women's Avour Speedlace Snowboard Boo...t. Built for convenience and comfort, the Avour will help you be the first one on the lift and keep your feet comfy until last chair. Get your boots perfectly tightened with one quick pull on the Single Line speedlace cord and you're ready to shred. The Red liner features EVA memory foam for out-of-the-box comfort and a fleece lining to boost warmth. The EVA footbed cushions harsh impacts and absorbs vibrations for a smooth ride. Unilite replaces rubber in the outsole to shave weight and improve rebound without sacrificing durability or traction. Read More

DC
$139.95 at evo

For those in the transitional phase between buying and renting their own gear, the DC Phase Snowboard Boots are a good place to st...art your collection. Proven performance in a lightweight design, the Phases offer a versatile medium flex that is ideal for progression. Loaded with a plush EVA footbed and Red Liner to ensure long-lasting comfort from day 1 to day 100, along with a UniLite outsole which combines durability with fatigue-reducing vibration absorption. There's no doubt about it, the Phase Snowboard Boots are a sure-fire way to improve your snow day. Read More

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DC
$319.95 at Backcountry

Progress your freestyle skills to the next level with the DC Focus Wide Snowboard. This wide-shaped board gives big-booted riders ...(size 11+) a proper platform for spinning, stomping, jibbing, and buttering, all without pesky toe drag weighing you down. Engineered with a Rocker profile, the Focus Wide is flat underfoot for straight-line stability, with rocker at the tip and tail to prevent edge hang-ups when you're buttering and jibbing through the park. Add in Radius 2 Flat tech for near-effortless presses and butters, thanks to elongated flat surfaces at the tip and tail. And for those deeper days when the park's overflowing with powder, the Rocker profile and Radius 2 Flat tips enhance lift in the deep stuff to prevent you from "going over the bars" and tomahawking down the mountain. Looking inside this freestyle specialist, the Astro core features reinforced wood for durability needed to hit freestyle features while retaining a smooth, mid-level flex lengthwise. Biax fiberglass delivers a softer torsional feel that helps you initiate turns easily and spread butters without much resistance. Toss in a 3-degree edge bevel and easy-to-repair True Base (extruded) for a low-maintenance freestyle board begging to be used and abused on boxes and rails. Read More

DC
$239.95 at Backcountry

Take your little phenom's skills to the next level with the DC Kids' Ply Mini Snowboard. This twin-shaped board excels all over th...e mountain, keeping younger riders well-balanced when they're linking first turns and practicing tricks in the park. Its softer flex pattern allows for super-quick turn initiation without extra stiffness holding back pint-sized riders. Totally flat, the Ply Mini won't catch younger riders off-guard with an overly grabby, aggressive feel that's common with traditional camber boards. In fact, fully flat boards are known for their predictable straight-line tracking and stability, both extremely desirable traits when you're just starting out. Plus, flat profiles hold an edge well at speed, allowing smaller riders to quickly progress without them surpassing the board's riding ability. DC laid-up the Ply Mini with their softest Astro core, which features a wood-reinforced composite material for a smooth and soft flex underfoot that's ideal for learning carving skills and tricks. Biax fiberglass also contributes to the board's buttery-soft flex, ensuring quick turns without a hitch. Further contributing to the board's extremely user-friendly feel, the three-degree edge bevel detunes the metal edges to prevent brutal hang-ups when they're linking carves down the mountain. This edge bevel also works great for park riders looking to jib without catching on boxes and rails. Additionally, this board comes with a low-maintenance TrueBase for reliably fast glide without constant waxing. Read More

DC
$349.95 at Backcountry

Named for its buttery-fun feel, the DC PBJ Wide Snowboard is a twin-shaped freestyle board for riders with big ol' boots (size 11+...). Its traditional camber provides the poppy performance and locked-in feel desired by jib junkies and park addicts alike. Its true twin shape dominates urban handrails, jib parks, and mid-sized kickers, facilitating switch stomping and take-offs without a hitch. Its Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks provide a larger platform for spreading butters and laying into presses. Additionally, these flat tip surfaces enhance lift in powder, in case the park's snowed-in after a foot of fresh. Looking inside this poppy-playful freestyle board, the wood-reinforced Astro core increases durability, also bestowing a smooth, mid-level flex underfoot. Tear The Roof Off tech eliminates the board's topsheet for a lightweight, super-playful feel, with tons of pop for snapping off the lip of jumps and freestyle features. Its biax fiberglass layup infuses a bit looser torsional feel that's ideal for buttering and pressing through the park. And to prevent nasty hang-ups, the 3-degree edge bevel lifts the edges just enough to eliminate the catchy feel on boxes and rails, all without sacrificing its ability to quickly turn between park hits. Additionally, the PBJ features a low-maintenance, easy to repair True Base (extruded) that's ideal for park and rail riders thrashing their boards all season long. Read More

DC
$349.95 at Backcountry

Aptly named for its buttery feel, the DC PBJ Snowboard is a twin-shaped freestyle traditionalist loaded with positive camber for t...he poppy performance and locked-in feel desired by jib junkies and park addicts alike. Its true twin shape dominates urban handrails, jib lines, and park kickers, facilitating switch stomping and take-offs without a hitch. Its Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks provide a larger platform for spreading butters and laying into presses. Additionally, these flat tip surfaces enhance lift in powder, should the park be buried in a foot of fresh. Inside this poppy-playful freestyle board, the wood-reinforced Astro core increases durability, also bestowing a smooth, mid-level flex underfoot. Tear The Roof Off tech eliminates the board's topsheet for a lightweight, super-playful feel, with tons of pop for snapping off the lip of jumps and freestyle features. Its biax fiberglass lay-up infuses a bit looser torsional feel that's ideal for buttering and pressing through the park. And to prevent nasty hang-ups, the 3-degree edge bevel lifts the edges just enough to eliminate the catchy feel on boxes and rails, all without sacrificing its ability to lay into quick turns. Additionally, the PBJ features a low-maintenance, easy to repair True Base (extruded) that's ideal for park and rail riders thrashing their boards all season long. Read More

DC
$239.95 at Backcountry

Take your little phenom's skills to the next level with the DC Kids' Ply Mini Snowboard. This twin-shaped board excels all over th...e mountain, keeping younger riders well-balanced when they're linking first turns and practicing tricks in the park. Its softer flex pattern allows for super-quick turn initiation without extra stiffness holding back pint-sized riders. Totally flat, the Ply Mini won't catch younger riders off-guard with an overly grabby, aggressive feel that's common with traditional camber boards. In fact, fully flat boards are known for their predictable straight-line tracking and stability, both extremely desirable traits when you're just starting out. Plus, flat profiles hold an edge well at speed, allowing smaller riders to quickly progress without them surpassing the board's riding ability. DC laid-up the Ply Mini with their softest Astro core, which features a wood-reinforced composite material for a smooth and soft flex underfoot that's ideal for learning carving skills and tricks. Biax fiberglass also contributes to the board's buttery-soft flex, ensuring quick turns without a hitch. Further contributing to the board's extremely user-friendly feel, the three-degree edge bevel detunes the metal edges to prevent brutal hang-ups when they're linking carves down the mountain. This edge bevel also works great for park riders looking to jib without catching on boxes and rails. Additionally, this board comes with a low-maintenance TrueBase for reliably fast glide without constant waxing. Read More

DC
$549.95 at Backcountry

Designed to stomp the world's toughest tricks with clean style and authority, the DC Media Blitz Snowboard crushes every park and ...freestyle feature with unflappable stability and poise, thanks to its highly responsive flex, aggressive camber profile, and bombproof build quality. Engineered with the pre-loaded pop and stomp-everything stability of traditional camber, the Media Blitz features an aggressive camber profile, with a 6-millimeter rise acting like a springboard for sending gigantic kickers and gapping onto handrails. As such, it's definitely not a beginner-friendly board, since it requires strong skills to initiate turns, butter, and press. However, to advanced freestyle riders, this board provides the high-speed stability needed for 50-foot plus kickers and high-consequence rails found throughout the world's most demanding parks. Featuring Tips Up construction, the Media Blitz's running/contact length is elongated, in conjunction with shortened tip and tail shapes. This allows you to downsize by 3 to 4 centimeters in length, giving you a more agile park board with less swing weight, all without sacrificing its ability to lay an edge down or ride at high speeds. Inside this top-flight freestyle board, the Impact Core features a mixture of poplar and ash wood for bombproof durability and explosive pop. Its quadrax fiberglass and carbon stringers enhance its highly responsive feel, preventing unwanted chatter when you're straight-lining gigantic kickers and stomping huge landings. Furthermore, its Fresh Deck topsheet adds skate-like pop for boosting, while the Sintered Supreme base absorbs tons of wax for riding extremely fast. Read More

DC
$379.95 at Backcountry

Built with a park-friendly twin shape and the stability of Lock & Load Camber, the DC Ply Snowboard wows bystanders with its frees...tyle aptitude and mischievous graphics. Featuring a medium flex that's ideal for park and freestyle riding, the Ply won't let you down when you're hitting jumps, jibbing rails, and playing around the entire mountain. Its Lock & Load Camber provides the responsive, super-stable feel of camber underfoot when you're carving at high speeds and sending side-hits on the mountain. After the cambered mid-section, flat zones reduce the catchy feel associated with traditional camber boards. These flat zones also provide a nice, stable platform for boosting ollies and pressing through the rail park. Inside the Ply, its Stratus core is comprised of poplar wood for a consistently smooth flex underfoot. Biax fiberglass keeps things quite soft torsionally for easy turn initiation and enhanced freestyle prowess when you're buttering and pressing. Other key features include a 3-degree edge bevel to reduce edge catches on boxes and rails, as well as a low-maintenance True Base for a quick glide without regular waxing. Read More

DC
$349.95 at Backcountry

Aptly named for its buttery feel, the DC PBJ Snowboard is a twin-shaped freestyle traditionalist loaded with positive camber for t...he poppy performance and locked-in feel desired by jib junkies and park addicts alike. Its true twin shape dominates urban handrails, jib lines, and park kickers, facilitating switch stomping and take-offs without a hitch. Its Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks provide a larger platform for spreading butters and laying into presses. Additionally, these flat tip surfaces enhance lift in powder, should the park be buried in a foot of fresh. Inside this poppy-playful freestyle board, the wood-reinforced Astro core increases durability, also bestowing a smooth, mid-level flex underfoot. Tear The Roof Off tech eliminates the board's topsheet for a lightweight, super-playful feel, with tons of pop for snapping off the lip of jumps and freestyle features. Its biax fiberglass lay-up infuses a bit looser torsional feel that's ideal for buttering and pressing through the park. And to prevent nasty hang-ups, the 3-degree edge bevel lifts the edges just enough to eliminate the catchy feel on boxes and rails, all without sacrificing its ability to lay into quick turns. Additionally, the PBJ features a low-maintenance, easy to repair True Base (extruded) that's ideal for park and rail riders thrashing their boards all season long. Read More

DC
$319.95 at Backcountry

Looking to progress your freestyle skills to the next level? Hop aboard the DC Focus Snowboard for the loose, catch-free feel desi...red for pressing through the jib park, spinning off smaller kickers, and buttering with the best of 'em. Engineered with a Rocker profile, the Focus Snowboard is flat underfoot for straight-line stability, with rocker at the tip and tail to prevent edge hang-ups when you're buttering and jibbing through the park. Add in Radius 2 Flat tech for near-effortless presses and butters, thanks to elongated flat surfaces at the tip and tail. And for those deeper days when the park's overflowing with powder, the Rocker profile and Radius 2 Flat tips enhance lift in the deep stuff to prevent you from "going over the bars" and tomahawking down the mountain. Inside the board's guts, the Astro core features reinforced wood for the durability needed to hit freestyle features while retaining a smooth, mid-level flex lengthwise. Biax fiberglass delivers a softer torsional flex that helps you initiate turns easily and spread butters without much resistance. Throw in a catch-free 3-degree edge bevel and an easy to repair True Base (extruded) for a low-maintenance freestyle board begging to be used and abused on boxes and rails. Read More

DC
$549.95 at Backcountry

Designed to stomp the world's toughest tricks with clean style and authority, the DC Media Blitz Snowboard crushes every park and ...freestyle feature with unflappable stability and poise, thanks to its highly responsive flex, aggressive camber profile, and bombproof build quality. Engineered with the pre-loaded pop and stomp-everything stability of traditional camber, the Media Blitz features an aggressive camber profile, with a 6-millimeter rise acting like a springboard for sending gigantic kickers and gapping onto handrails. As such, it's definitely not a beginner-friendly board, since it requires strong skills to initiate turns, butter, and press. However, to advanced freestyle riders, this board provides the high-speed stability needed for 50-foot plus kickers and high-consequence rails found throughout the world's most demanding parks. Featuring Tips Up construction, the Media Blitz's running/contact length is elongated, in conjunction with shortened tip and tail shapes. This allows you to downsize by 3 to 4 centimeters in length, giving you a more agile park board with less swing weight, all without sacrificing its ability to lay an edge down or ride at high speeds. Inside this top-flight freestyle board, the Impact Core features a mixture of poplar and ash wood for bombproof durability and explosive pop. Its quadrax fiberglass and carbon stringers enhance its highly responsive feel, preventing unwanted chatter when you're straight-lining gigantic kickers and stomping huge landings. Furthermore, its Fresh Deck topsheet adds skate-like pop for boosting, while the Sintered Supreme base absorbs tons of wax for riding extremely fast. Read More

DC
$319.95 at Backcountry

Looking to progress your freestyle skills to the next level? Hop aboard the DC Focus Snowboard for the loose, catch-free feel desi...red for pressing through the jib park, spinning off smaller kickers, and buttering with the best of 'em. Engineered with a Rocker profile, the Focus Snowboard is flat underfoot for straight-line stability, with rocker at the tip and tail to prevent edge hang-ups when you're buttering and jibbing through the park. Add in Radius 2 Flat tech for near-effortless presses and butters, thanks to elongated flat surfaces at the tip and tail. And for those deeper days when the park's overflowing with powder, the Rocker profile and Radius 2 Flat tips enhance lift in the deep stuff to prevent you from "going over the bars" and tomahawking down the mountain. Inside the board's guts, the Astro core features reinforced wood for the durability needed to hit freestyle features while retaining a smooth, mid-level flex lengthwise. Biax fiberglass delivers a softer torsional flex that helps you initiate turns easily and spread butters without much resistance. Throw in a catch-free 3-degree edge bevel and an easy to repair True Base (extruded) for a low-maintenance freestyle board begging to be used and abused on boxes and rails. Read More

DC
$349.95 at Backcountry

Named for its buttery-fun feel, the DC PBJ Wide Snowboard is a twin-shaped freestyle board for riders with big ol' boots (size 11+...). Its traditional camber provides the poppy performance and locked-in feel desired by jib junkies and park addicts alike. Its true twin shape dominates urban handrails, jib parks, and mid-sized kickers, facilitating switch stomping and take-offs without a hitch. Its Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks provide a larger platform for spreading butters and laying into presses. Additionally, these flat tip surfaces enhance lift in powder, in case the park's snowed-in after a foot of fresh. Looking inside this poppy-playful freestyle board, the wood-reinforced Astro core increases durability, also bestowing a smooth, mid-level flex underfoot. Tear The Roof Off tech eliminates the board's topsheet for a lightweight, super-playful feel, with tons of pop for snapping off the lip of jumps and freestyle features. Its biax fiberglass layup infuses a bit looser torsional feel that's ideal for buttering and pressing through the park. And to prevent nasty hang-ups, the 3-degree edge bevel lifts the edges just enough to eliminate the catchy feel on boxes and rails, all without sacrificing its ability to quickly turn between park hits. Additionally, the PBJ features a low-maintenance, easy to repair True Base (extruded) that's ideal for park and rail riders thrashing their boards all season long. Read More

DC
$549.95 at Backcountry

Designed to stomp the world's toughest tricks with clean style and authority, the DC Media Blitz Snowboard crushes every park and ...freestyle feature with unflappable stability and poise, thanks to its highly responsive flex, aggressive camber profile, and bombproof build quality. Engineered with the pre-loaded pop and stomp-everything stability of traditional camber, the Media Blitz features an aggressive camber profile, with a 6-millimeter rise acting like a springboard for sending gigantic kickers and gapping onto handrails. As such, it's definitely not a beginner-friendly board, since it requires strong skills to initiate turns, butter, and press. However, to advanced freestyle riders, this board provides the high-speed stability needed for 50-foot plus kickers and high-consequence rails found throughout the world's most demanding parks. Featuring Tips Up construction, the Media Blitz's running/contact length is elongated, in conjunction with shortened tip and tail shapes. This allows you to downsize by 3 to 4 centimeters in length, giving you a more agile park board with less swing weight, all without sacrificing its ability to lay an edge down or ride at high speeds. Inside this top-flight freestyle board, the Impact Core features a mixture of poplar and ash wood for bombproof durability and explosive pop. Its quadrax fiberglass and carbon stringers enhance its highly responsive feel, preventing unwanted chatter when you're straight-lining gigantic kickers and stomping huge landings. Furthermore, its Fresh Deck topsheet adds skate-like pop for boosting, while the Sintered Supreme base absorbs tons of wax for riding extremely fast. Read More

DC
$379.95 at Backcountry

Built with a park-friendly twin shape and the stability of Lock & Load Camber, the DC Ply Snowboard wows bystanders with its frees...tyle aptitude and mischievous graphics. Featuring a medium flex that's ideal for park and freestyle riding, the Ply won't let you down when you're hitting jumps, jibbing rails, and playing around the entire mountain. Its Lock & Load Camber provides the responsive, super-stable feel of camber underfoot when you're carving at high speeds and sending side-hits on the mountain. After the cambered mid-section, flat zones reduce the catchy feel associated with traditional camber boards. These flat zones also provide a nice, stable platform for boosting ollies and pressing through the rail park. Inside the Ply, its Stratus core is comprised of poplar wood for a consistently smooth flex underfoot. Biax fiberglass keeps things quite soft torsionally for easy turn initiation and enhanced freestyle prowess when you're buttering and pressing. Other key features include a 3-degree edge bevel to reduce edge catches on boxes and rails, as well as a low-maintenance True Base for a quick glide without regular waxing. Read More

DC
$379.95 at Backcountry

Built with a park-friendly twin shape and the stability of Lock & Load Camber, the DC Ply Snowboard wows bystanders with its frees...tyle aptitude and mischievous graphics. Featuring a medium flex that's ideal for park and freestyle riding, the Ply won't let you down when you're hitting jumps, jibbing rails, and playing around the entire mountain. Its Lock & Load Camber provides the responsive, super-stable feel of camber underfoot when you're carving at high speeds and sending side-hits on the mountain. After the cambered mid-section, flat zones reduce the catchy feel associated with traditional camber boards. These flat zones also provide a nice, stable platform for boosting ollies and pressing through the rail park. Inside the Ply, its Stratus core is comprised of poplar wood for a consistently smooth flex underfoot. Biax fiberglass keeps things quite soft torsionally for easy turn initiation and enhanced freestyle prowess when you're buttering and pressing. Other key features include a 3-degree edge bevel to reduce edge catches on boxes and rails, as well as a low-maintenance True Base for a quick glide without regular waxing. Read More

DC
$379.95 at Backcountry

Built with a park-friendly twin shape and the stability of Lock & Load Camber, the DC Ply Snowboard wows bystanders with its frees...tyle aptitude and mischievous graphics. Featuring a medium flex that's ideal for park and freestyle riding, the Ply won't let you down when you're hitting jumps, jibbing rails, and playing around the entire mountain. Its Lock & Load Camber provides the responsive, super-stable feel of camber underfoot when you're carving at high speeds and sending side-hits on the mountain. After the cambered mid-section, flat zones reduce the catchy feel associated with traditional camber boards. These flat zones also provide a nice, stable platform for boosting ollies and pressing through the rail park. Inside the Ply, its Stratus core is comprised of poplar wood for a consistently smooth flex underfoot. Biax fiberglass keeps things quite soft torsionally for easy turn initiation and enhanced freestyle prowess when you're buttering and pressing. Other key features include a 3-degree edge bevel to reduce edge catches on boxes and rails, as well as a low-maintenance True Base for a quick glide without regular waxing. Read More

DC
$319.95 at Backcountry

Looking to progress your freestyle skills to the next level? Hop aboard the DC Focus Snowboard for the loose, catch-free feel desi...red for pressing through the jib park, spinning off smaller kickers, and buttering with the best of 'em. Engineered with a Rocker profile, the Focus Snowboard is flat underfoot for straight-line stability, with rocker at the tip and tail to prevent edge hang-ups when you're buttering and jibbing through the park. Add in Radius 2 Flat tech for near-effortless presses and butters, thanks to elongated flat surfaces at the tip and tail. And for those deeper days when the park's overflowing with powder, the Rocker profile and Radius 2 Flat tips enhance lift in the deep stuff to prevent you from "going over the bars" and tomahawking down the mountain. Inside the board's guts, the Astro core features reinforced wood for the durability needed to hit freestyle features while retaining a smooth, mid-level flex lengthwise. Biax fiberglass delivers a softer torsional flex that helps you initiate turns easily and spread butters without much resistance. Throw in a catch-free 3-degree edge bevel and an easy to repair True Base (extruded) for a low-maintenance freestyle board begging to be used and abused on boxes and rails. Read More

DC
$479.95 at Backcountry

Armed to destroy big air competitions, insane slopestyle courses, and massive backcountry booters, the DC Mega Snowboard is capabl...e of dismantling the planet's burliest kickers with style and finesse. This twin-shaped freestyle weapon serves up a healthy dose of response, snap, and stability for straight-lining jumps and launching freestyle features, thanks to its medium-stiff flex, poppy Stratus core, and Lock & Load camber profile. Cambered through its mid-section, the Mega delivers a powerful ride with plenty of grip when you're carving through the park or bombing icy groomers. Flat contact points help the board maintain its stability when you're riding it at high speeds, and its Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks enhance float when you stomp backcountry jumps with fresh, powdery landings. Under the hood of this freestyle deck, you'll find a snappy Stratus core that's composed of poplar wood for a lightweight, responsive feel. The Fresh Deck topsheet replaces standard topsheet laminates with fully sealed wood for extra pop, much as you'd feel when snapping an ollie on a fresh skate deck. This topsheet not only provides excellent performance, but its wood grain finish offers high-end aesthetic appeal. Rounding out this board's impressive attributes, its Sintered Supreme base is lightning fast and durable enough to withstand repeated park thrashings over the course of the season. Read More

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$429.95 at Backcountry

You'll be hard pressed to find a one-board quiver that crushes everything on the mountain with the freestyle finesse and silky-smo...oth style of the DC Tone Snowboard. This twin-shaped deck offers a unique Anti-Camber profile that's engineered with Camber Core at the tip and tail for all of the benefits of rocker without the lack of pop and instability inherent to many rockered designs. Basically, the board is flat between the binding inserts for straight-line stability and a neutral feel found on many flat cambered decks. After the binding inserts, the Tone rises 4mm at the tip and tail. This adds float when you're tracking through deep powder, and it also allows you to butter and press without hanging up. However, DC recognized that this rockered design compromised its stability on landings and ability to pre-load the nose and tail for boosting ollies and nollies. That's why it engineered its Camber Core into these rockered zones. By bending the rockered zones into an arched, bridge-like shape, the Tone retains added resistance when flexing the tip and tail. This gives it the stability and pre-loaded pop found on a traditional camber board, but without the catchy feel. Inside the guts of this freestyle slayer, you'll find a Stratus core made of poplar wood for lightweight performance and a medium flex. Its quadrax fiberglass layup adds torsional stiffness, making the board great for high-speed bombing without unwanted chatter. In addition, its Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks provide lift when planing through deep snow, keeping your nose from submerging in powder. Read More

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$498.95 at Backcountry

When the powder piles up in the Whistler backcountry, legendary rider Devun Walsh reaches for the DC Supernatant Snowboard to keep... him afloat in the deep stuff. This freestyle pow slayer has a directional shape for tons of float in powder, yet is still capable of spinning and bonking off natural features so you can satisfy your appetite for airtime. The Micro Camber profile features a flat zone between the bindings for a floaty and stable feel, with 1. 5mm of positive camber at the tip and tail for the power and pop of a traditionally cambered board. Bi-Ax glass keeps the flex forgiving and consistent for smooth turn initiation and a surfy feel, while carbon and Kevlar stringers add pop and drive so you can tear up the steeps and boost jumps. Poplar and paulownia combine in the Powder Light core to make the board lively and lightweight, while its unique arch shape keeps the fiberglass pre-loaded for big ollies and powerful turns. Radius 2 Flat tips have larger flat surfaces that improve float and work with the sidecut to allow for effortless edge-to-edge transition. DC replaced toxic plastic topsheet materials for a Fresh Deck topsheet that uses a ply of wood to give it the poppy feel of a crispy skate deck. It's all finished off with a Sintered Supreme that is hard as nails and lightning fast. Read More

DC
$429.95 at Backcountry

You'll be hard pressed to find a one-board quiver that crushes everything on the mountain with the freestyle finesse and silky-smo...oth style of the DC Tone Snowboard. This twin-shaped deck offers a unique Anti-Camber profile that's engineered with Camber Core at the tip and tail for all of the benefits of rocker without the lack of pop and instability inherent to many rockered designs. Basically, the board is flat between the binding inserts for straight-line stability and a neutral feel found on many flat cambered decks. After the binding inserts, the Tone rises 4mm at the tip and tail. This adds float when you're tracking through deep powder, and it also allows you to butter and press without hanging up. However, DC recognized that this rockered design compromised its stability on landings and ability to pre-load the nose and tail for boosting ollies and nollies. That's why it engineered its Camber Core into these rockered zones. By bending the rockered zones into an arched, bridge-like shape, the Tone retains added resistance when flexing the tip and tail. This gives it the stability and pre-loaded pop found on a traditional camber board, but without the catchy feel. Inside the guts of this freestyle slayer, you'll find a Stratus core made of poplar wood for lightweight performance and a medium flex. Its quadrax fiberglass layup adds torsional stiffness, making the board great for high-speed bombing without unwanted chatter. In addition, its Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks provide lift when planing through deep snow, keeping your nose from submerging in powder. Read More

DC
$429.95 at Backcountry

When you want to eat some powder for breakfast, park features for lunch, and finish up with some afternoon groomer laps for desser...t, turn to the DC Tone Wide Snowboard. This all-mountain freestyle twin kills it in all conditions thanks to a stable, yet forgiving profile and a responsive and precise feel, plus its wide waist prevents toe drag for you big-footed riders out there. A large flat area underfoot keeps the Tone stable enough for high-speed runs and big jumps, while 4mm rocker at the tip and tail adds float in powder and keeps you from catching your edge on hardpack. Quadrax fiberglass makes the board stiff and responsive for control while bombing down steeps and increases pop to help you go big off booters. The strong Stratus poplar core keeps the board lightweight and lively, and the core also has a unique arch shape built into it that keeps the fiberglass pre-loaded for big ollies and powerful turns. Radius 2 Flat tips have larger flat surfaces that improve float and work with the sidecut to allow for effortless edge-to-edge transition. 7 Ply construction at the edges increase impact resistance and helps you hold a better edge on hard carves. It's all finished off with a Sintered Supreme base that's hard as nails and lightning fast. Read More

DC
$498.95 at Backcountry

When the powder piles up in the Whistler backcountry, legendary rider Devun Walsh reaches for the DC Supernatant Snowboard to keep... him afloat in the deep stuff. This freestyle pow slayer has a directional shape for tons of float in powder, yet is still capable of spinning and bonking off natural features so you can satisfy your appetite for airtime. The Micro Camber profile features a flat zone between the bindings for a floaty and stable feel, with 1. 5mm of positive camber at the tip and tail for the power and pop of a traditionally cambered board. Bi-Ax glass keeps the flex forgiving and consistent for smooth turn initiation and a surfy feel, while carbon and Kevlar stringers add pop and drive so you can tear up the steeps and boost jumps. Poplar and paulownia combine in the Powder Light core to make the board lively and lightweight, while its unique arch shape keeps the fiberglass pre-loaded for big ollies and powerful turns. Radius 2 Flat tips have larger flat surfaces that improve float and work with the sidecut to allow for effortless edge-to-edge transition. DC replaced toxic plastic topsheet materials for a Fresh Deck topsheet that uses a ply of wood to give it the poppy feel of a crispy skate deck. It's all finished off with a Sintered Supreme that is hard as nails and lightning fast. Read More

DC
$429.95 at Backcountry

When you want to eat some powder for breakfast, park features for lunch, and finish up with some afternoon groomer laps for desser...t, turn to the DC Tone Wide Snowboard. This all-mountain freestyle twin kills it in all conditions thanks to a stable, yet forgiving profile and a responsive and precise feel, plus its wide waist prevents toe drag for you big-footed riders out there. A large flat area underfoot keeps the Tone stable enough for high-speed runs and big jumps, while 4mm rocker at the tip and tail adds float in powder and keeps you from catching your edge on hardpack. Quadrax fiberglass makes the board stiff and responsive for control while bombing down steeps and increases pop to help you go big off booters. The strong Stratus poplar core keeps the board lightweight and lively, and the core also has a unique arch shape built into it that keeps the fiberglass pre-loaded for big ollies and powerful turns. Radius 2 Flat tips have larger flat surfaces that improve float and work with the sidecut to allow for effortless edge-to-edge transition. 7 Ply construction at the edges increase impact resistance and helps you hold a better edge on hard carves. It's all finished off with a Sintered Supreme base that's hard as nails and lightning fast. Read More

DC
$379.95 at Backcountry

Striking a chord with the park crowd, the DC Women's Ply Snowboard dismantles terrain parks and handrails with its twin shape and ...Lock & Load Camber. Not content with being a one-trick pony, its versatile, mid-level flex is playful enough for lapping the park nonstop, yet it's still stable and responsive when you're cruising with friends and railing turns down the mountain. Lock & Load Camber delivers the stable, locked-in feel of camber underfoot, with large flat zones along the contact zones (i. e., just before the tips) for boosting ollies and stomping landings with extra stability. Additionally, the Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks offer a more abrupt transition, with large flat zones for extra float on those deep powder days. Radius 2 Flat is also great for pressing and buttering, considering the elongated, flat-shaped tips. The Stratus poplar core delivers a light and lively feel underfoot when you're sending park kickers, gapping onto down-rails, and spinning off natural rollers. Biax fiberglass laminates offer a mellow torsional flex, lending itself to buttering and pressing with ease. Moreover, the Ply features a 3-degree edge bevel to prevent hang-ups on boxes and rails when you're jibbing. And to keep you riding without much fuss, the low-maintenance True Base (extruded) maintains a fast glide without regular waxing. Read More

DC
$379.95 at Backcountry

Striking a chord with the park crowd, the DC Women's Ply Snowboard dismantles terrain parks and handrails with its twin shape and ...Lock & Load Camber. Not content with being a one-trick pony, its versatile, mid-level flex is playful enough for lapping the park nonstop, yet it's still stable and responsive when you're cruising with friends and railing turns down the mountain. Lock & Load Camber delivers the stable, locked-in feel of camber underfoot, with large flat zones along the contact zones (i. e., just before the tips) for boosting ollies and stomping landings with extra stability. Additionally, the Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks offer a more abrupt transition, with large flat zones for extra float on those deep powder days. Radius 2 Flat is also great for pressing and buttering, considering the elongated, flat-shaped tips. The Stratus poplar core delivers a light and lively feel underfoot when you're sending park kickers, gapping onto down-rails, and spinning off natural rollers. Biax fiberglass laminates offer a mellow torsional flex, lending itself to buttering and pressing with ease. Moreover, the Ply features a 3-degree edge bevel to prevent hang-ups on boxes and rails when you're jibbing. And to keep you riding without much fuss, the low-maintenance True Base (extruded) maintains a fast glide without regular waxing. Read More

DC
$259.95 at Backcountry

Effortlessly transfer from buttery-smooth park laps to hard-charging steeps with the mid-stiff flex and dual-zone tightening of th...e DC Women's Mora Boa Snowboard Boots. Bordering on the responsive side, the Mora caters to powerful riders looking to maximize response all over the mountain, yet it's not overly stiff for spinning park laps. In fact, its articulated construction enhances flexibility for really tweaking out grabs and laying into presses with authority. Tightening over the upper and lower zones independently, with the simple flick of a reel, the Boa Focus closure system dials in a truly custom fit to your unique riding style, as well as the specific terrain at hand. Keep the lower a bit looser during those park laps and jib sessions or tighten both zones for the utmost in response when you're bombing steeps and dropping cliffs. Either way, it's all yours to control at a moment's notice. Conforming to your feet to reduce pressure points, the boot's White liner features ultra-plush, heat-moldable EVA foam for a truly custom fit. Anatomical J-bar support locks down your heel to prevent lift when you're carving at high speeds. Built from the ground-up to support and stabilize, the Impact S footbed reduces overall fatigue by soaking up vibration and impact from harsh snow conditions and flat landings. This footbed also features a moisture-wicking top layer for dryness when you're riding in warmer spring conditions. Additionally, you'll appreciate the Contact Unilite + Rubber sole for its incredibly light feel, with high levels of grip along the heel and toe regions. Read More

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$299.95 at Backcountry

Do stacked pillow lines, pow-choked chutes, and hidden tree stashes sound fun? If so, the DC Men's Judge Boa Snowboard Boot invite...s you to slash powder and straight-line steeps like a madman with its aggressive flex and supportive construction. Although it's highly responsive, the boot's articulated construction allows for a bit more ankle mobility when you're styling out grabs off cliffs and bigger jumps. Independently tightening over the upper and lower zones, the Judge's Boa Focus system dials in excellent support for maximum energy transfer. The best part, this system really locks down your heel during aggressive riding. Plus, this specific Focus Boa uses stainless steel retention cables to prevent corrosion and breakdown over time. The Black liner is thermo-moldable for foot-wrapping support without pressure points. Multi-density foam provides a bit more support than single-density liners, with J-bars for locked-in heel hold. Most impressive, the liner's Aerotech Ventilation enhances thermo-regulation to prevent stifling boots. Rounding things out, DC equipped the Judge with a Contact Unilte + Rubber sole for an airy-light feel, with extra traction and durability over high-wear zones. Read More

DC
$199.95 at Backcountry

Ditch your worn-out shred boots for the fresh style and super-convenient lacing of the DC Women's Search Boa Snowboard Boot. These... lightweight snowboard boots offer the fine-tuned support of a Boa Coiler H3 closure. This quick-and-easy lacing solution tightens both the upper and lower sections with the simple twist of a Boa reel. Since this system uses a Boa H3 Coiler, it actually reels-up excess cable to reduce slop for a better overall fit. Moreover, you'll find tiny perforations along the synthetic upper to ventilate your feet when you're working up a sweat on the mountain. Inside the Search, the Red liner wraps around your feet for a supportive fit without nasty pressure points, thanks to its heat-moldable, multi-density EVA foam. This liner features a plush fleece-lined interior that cradles your feet and calves in blissful comfort. Locking down your foot to prevent turn-sapping heel lift, the liner's internal lacing harness keeps your foot nice and secure. Other key features include an impact-absorbing Snow Basic footbed, as well as a UniLite Foundation sole that shaves excess weight while smoothing out vibration from choppy snow and harsh landings. Read More

DC
$199.95 at Backcountry

Ditch your worn-out shred boots for the fresh style and super-convenient lacing of the DC Women's Search Boa Snowboard Boot. These... lightweight snowboard boots offer the fine-tuned support of a Boa Coiler H3 closure. This quick-and-easy lacing solution tightens both the upper and lower sections with the simple twist of a Boa reel. Since this system uses a Boa H3 Coiler, it actually reels-up excess cable to reduce slop for a better overall fit. Moreover, you'll find tiny perforations along the synthetic upper to ventilate your feet when you're working up a sweat on the mountain. Inside the Search, the Red liner wraps around your feet for a supportive fit without nasty pressure points, thanks to its heat-moldable, multi-density EVA foam. This liner features a plush fleece-lined interior that cradles your feet and calves in blissful comfort. Locking down your foot to prevent turn-sapping heel lift, the liner's internal lacing harness keeps your foot nice and secure. Other key features include an impact-absorbing Snow Basic footbed, as well as a UniLite Foundation sole that shaves excess weight while smoothing out vibration from choppy snow and harsh landings. Read More

DC
$219.95 $129.95 at The-House

The Super Park has been completely reinvented and features the WINCH, DC's new heel hold system. The WINCH features a BOA reel tha...t targets the sweet spot at the ankle for superior heel hold and gives you on the fly adjustability in a traditional lace boot. With a look and feel that is heavily inspired from DC skate shoes, this is a favorite of Aaron Bittner.* The Winch * Direct power lacing * Wraplock * 3D tongue * Articulation * Molded backstay * Unilite * Park Bravo Liner * Flex rating: 6 Read More

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DC
$169.95 at The-House

The Avaris makes it easy. DC's fast, simple, and secure Single-Line closure makes for effortless on-hill adjustability and with it...s new Unilite Foundation outsole, this year's model is lighter than ever.* Single-Line Closure System * Foundation Unilite Outsole * Red Liner * Snow Basic Insole * Flex Rating: 5/10 Read More

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$249.95 $174.95 at The-House

A proven performer, this traditional lace team favorite got a new outsole plus Aerotech Ventilation System making it lighter and m...ore comfortable than ever before.* Aerotech Ventilation System * Direct power lacing * Wrap Lock Hardware * 3D Tongue * Articulation * Molded Backstay * Internal Ankle Harness * Unilite Outsole with Rubber * Black Liner * Black Footbed * Flex: 8/10 Read More

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$258.54 at Amazon

With the biddy, you can have your cake and eat it, too. Layered with technologies that promote progression, it features a sweet an...d stable Rocker profile with forgiving flex and our catch-free 3 degree Bevel on the edges. Read More

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DC
$299.95 at evo

Sure, when you're at school or the office it's a total downer to be judged, but when you're lapping the mountain in the DC Judge B...oa Snowboard Boots onlookers can't help themselves from thinking you're one gnarly dude. Crafted with DC's most advanced technologies like the Black Liner, which includes supportive, fatigue-reducing J-Bars and heat-moldable EVA memory foam. The liner's moisture-wicking thermal material combined with Aerotech ventilation system keep your feet warm and dry while hindering the growth of stinky bacteria. The DC Judge Boa Snowboard Boots are constructed to handle the unrelenting wear and tear of the hardest riders on the mountain. Read More

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DC
$139.95 at evo

Karma can be good, karma can be bad. And if you get to ride in the DC Karma Snowboard Boots this season, then you know you have go...od ju-ju. Designed with a killer print for the 2016 season, the Karmas have the most versatile, comfortable and progression-friendly flex wrapped in a durable construction, giving you turning response that remains forgiving for newcomers and park riders. An EVA foam footbed alleviates the shock of hard landings while the moisture-wicking fabric keeps your feet warm and cozy. Get the boots that look as good as they feel with the DC Karma Snowboard Boots. Read More

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DC
$299.95 at evo

Sure, when you're at school or the office it's a total downer to be judged, but when you're lapping the mountain in the DC Judge B...oa Snowboard Boots onlookers can't help themselves from thinking you're one gnarly dude. Crafted with DC's most advanced technologies like the Black Liner, which includes supportive, fatigue-reducing J-Bars and heat-moldable EVA memory foam. The liner's moisture-wicking thermal material combined with Aerotech ventilation system keep your feet warm and dry while hindering the growth of stinky bacteria. The DC Judge Boa Snowboard Boots are constructed to handle the unrelenting wear and tear of the hardest riders on the mountain. Read More

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DC
$139.95 at evo

For those in the transitional phase between buying and renting their own gear, the DC Phase Snowboard Boots are a good place to st...art your collection. Proven performance in a lightweight design, the Phases offer a versatile medium flex that is ideal for progression. Loaded with a plush EVA footbed and Red Liner to ensure long-lasting comfort from day 1 to day 100, along with a UniLite outsole which combines durability with fatigue-reducing vibration absorption. There's no doubt about it, the Phase Snowboard Boots are a sure-fire way to improve your snow day. Read More

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DC
$199.95 at evo

Get instant response and comfort the moment you step into the DC Search Boa Snowboard Boots. Designed with the Red Liner, which co...mbines plush foam for impact absorption with moisture-wicking and temperature-regulating thermal materials. Keep your feet cramp free, warm and dry all day long. Easy and simple, the Boa closure system gives you the ability to adjust your boots on the hill in a jiffy without even taking off your mitts. Search the mountain for the best spots with the DC Search Snowboard Boots! Read More

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DC
$139.95 at evo

Karma can be good, karma can be bad. And if you get to ride in the DC Karma Snowboard Boots this season, then you know you have go...od ju-ju. Designed with a killer print for the 2016 season, the Karmas have the most versatile, comfortable and progression-friendly flex wrapped in a durable construction, giving you turning response that remains forgiving for newcomers and park riders. An EVA foam footbed alleviates the shock of hard landings while the moisture-wicking fabric keeps your feet warm and cozy. Get the boots that look as good as they feel with the DC Karma Snowboard Boots. Read More

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