When the powder piles up in the backcountry, legendary rider Devun Walsh reaches for the DC Supernatant Snowboard to help him send it into the deep stuff. This freestyle pow slayer has a directional shape for tons of float in powder, yet it is still capable of spinning and bonking off natural features so you can satisfy your appetite for airtime. The Micro Camber profile consists a flat zone between the bindings for a floaty and stable feel and features 1. 5mm of positive camber at the tip and tail for the power and pop of a traditionally cambered board, without any catchiness. Biax 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 shred 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 transitions and improved float in powder. 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 crisp skate deck. It's all finished off with a Sintered Supreme that is hard as nails and lightning fast.
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