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 provides the high-speed stability needed for 50-foot 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.
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