Built for those terrifyingly-huge park features, the DC Mega Snowboard is capable of handling everything from 70-foot kickers to massive down-flat-downs in the streets. This twin-shaped freestyle beast serves up a healthy dose of response, snap, and stability for straightlining jumps and launching freestyle features thanks to its medium-stiff flex, poppy Stratus core, and Lock & Load camber profile. The Mega is cambered through its midsection for a powerful ride with plenty of grip when you're rallying through the park or bombing icy groomers, while the flat contact points help the board maintain its stability when you're riding it at high speeds. Equipped with a Stratus core, this deck uses snappy poplar wood for a lightweight, responsive feel, along with beech stringers running down the middle for added strength. 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. Plus, its Sintered Supreme base is lightning fast and durable enough to withstand repeated park thrashings through the season.
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