The all-mountain deck that dreams are made of, DC's The 156 Snowboard brings you the absolutely ideal combination of features--traditional camber, twin shape, blunted tips, and a light but powerful core--for having a blast in every zone of the mountain. The 156's stiff flex keeps your riding powerful and responsive as you go straight from powder-filled, white-knuckle cliff lines to high-speed laps through the park with the crew without skipping a beat. All of which means all-terrain versatility in what just happens to be the most commonly requested size. A stiff flex and traditional camber get the party started with reliable edgehold, high-flying stability, and powerful pop as you blast side hits and find natural transitions all over the resort. Then, the twin shape and blunted tips help you more than hold your own in the park, promoting easy switch landings and riding with a forgiving feel. DC's lightest core, the appropriately-named Light Core employs alternating stringers of poplar and ultra-lightweight paulownia throughout to keep your ride poppy and responsive without bulk bogging you down. The lightning-fast Sintered Supreme base help you blast through flat spots and slow snow conditions come spring time, and the triax laminate keeps response on point as you navigate tight trees and straight-line choppy steeps.
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