DC Snowboards 2009-2010

03 Mar, 2009

Already in their 2nd season of making snowboards, DC continues to add onto their collection with two new additions of snowboards: a men’s board BDR and a women’s board BFT.  They now have seven series of snowboards and for 2010, four pro models within the collection (Ikka, Devun, Lauri and Biittner).  Quite the accomplishment for a 2nd year company, but with much invested in their boot and outerwear they have the ability to dive deeper into freestyle snowboards.  

Tthe Bender Done Right (BDR) Series for 09-10 which incorporates a flat profile between the feet and gradual transition into an anti-camber zone just outside the stance.  
L-R:  DC BFT (Best Freestyle Twin, Womens), DC BFF (Best Freestyle Friend, womens), and DC PBJ (Park Board for Jibbing, Men’s)

DC BDR (Bender Done Right) Series
Sorry for the blurred photo
Sizes:  149, 153, 156, 159cm

DC BDR (Bender Done Right) 

DC MLF (Mtn.Lab Freestyle)
Sizes:  152, 154, 156, 158 161cm

DC HKD (Honeycomb Kevlar Directional)
Devun’s Pro Model
Sizes:  153, 158cm

Base of HKD Devun’s pro model

DC XFB (Xtreme Fun Board)
Sizes:  148, 152, 155, 157, 159cm

PBJ Base and HKD Topsheet

Up close look at DC PBJ 149cm

DC PBJ Series
Sizes:  120, 130, 138, 144, 149, 151, 153, 154, 155, 156W, 157W, 158W, 160W

DC BFT Up close
Sizes:  143, 147, 151, 153cm

I’ll have to try out the boards at the next demo but DC definitely has the name that people know and a brand people want to try out.  

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  1. Anonymous
    March 03, 2009

    Can you comment on who happens to be manufacturing these boards? I heard rosignol last year, still true (if it ever was)?

  2. Anonymous
    March 05, 2009

    spf in china

  3. Anonymous
    March 14, 2009

    Really? a factory in china is making em? how doe they compare to 08-09 boards…i have the pbj and its sick but if its gonna be a whole lot different i dont think ill get the 09-10 model….lame

  4. Anonymous
    March 27, 2009

    from what i heard…this past year DC boards were made in Austria…next yr they’re moving into the Ride factory in China..

  5. Anonymous
    April 10, 2009

    First year boards were made in Rossignol’s Artes Spain factory. This coming year 2nd, 1/2 in SBF in China, and 1/2 in Artes. The coming 3rd year, has yet to be decided, but none in Artes and probably not K2/Ride’s Shakespeare factory.