Shred Betties: DC Shoes Unveils Snowboard Line

04 Feb, 2008

Check out some pictures and the article I wrote up for Shred Betties Magazine on the DC Event unveiling the snowboard line at the Palms Hugh Hefner Suite.

Check out the photos of the upcoming DC Snowboards and outerwear.

Here is a DC video highlighting 2008-2009 products. Definitely worth checking out

About the author


From the beginning of time, I was Shannon. From the beginning of snowboarding, I was Shay. From the beginning of online communities, I was Shayboarder. In the end, I’m the writer, photographer, editor, publisher, guru of sorts, product tester, curvy girl, and most importantly the snowboarder behind it all. Follow me on this journey through snowboarding, mountain biking, traveling and fun experiences!

Related Posts


  1. Anonymous
    June 28, 2008

    Does the smallest mlf board come in 152 or 153 beacuse the vid says 153 but the pics above say 152

  2. Shayboarder
    June 28, 2008

    I believe the 152cm is the smallest, the video was completed way before SIA and I know shops are selling the 154cm size already.

  3. Anonymous
    June 28, 2008

    Would you recommend a DC board, I haven’t ridden one yet and i know you have

  4. Shayboarder
    July 08, 2008

    Here’s what I put on a forum that asked what people thought that have rode DC Snowboards.

    My response was this:

    “Honest opinion?

    It’s an old board company snowboards with a new name and it’ll sell better than that old board company snowboards. People will buy it cause it’s DC. They aren’t anything new in terms of tech it’s just a typical snowboard. “

    So really to answer your question…it depends what other boards you are comparing it to? What style of riding you want to do, what you want out of a board. I think in the future DC will take more risks with their boards but they are definitely making a typical snowboard…still a solid product but it just has a new name.

  5. Anonymous
    July 09, 2008

    i’m looking for a board that is used for mostly park but can hold it’s own on pow days what do you recommend?

  6. Shayboarder
    July 09, 2008

    I would recommend any of the all mountain freestyle reverse camber boards. K2 Turbo Dream, NS SL R, Lib Tech Phoenix…even the softer skate banana which is park specific would still handle powder but i find it too soft for my liking.

    I haven’t heard of DC putting out a reverse camber so you never know on that.