DC 2010-2011

24 Mar, 2010


DC continues to design their range of products based around performance, technical features and functionality.  DC boots continue to take technology they use in their shoes and brings them to the snowboard side.  The DC outerwear collection takes performance and functionality to the snow with their street inspired fabrics. Their snowboards are in their 3rd season and now offered a tightened line with a full range of boards for the mountain.Pro riders Devun Walsh, Aaron Bittner, Lauri Heiskari have their signature pro models for 10-11.

New for 10-11 DC introduces their camber core profile where they profiled the wood core with a camber shape outside of the bindings to give their anti-camber collection more pop and control.  The flat section in the center of the board provides a stable platform for riding fast and the camber core shape provides a geometry that gives the board added power, eliminating the wash-out feel from reverse camber.

DC Devun Pro

Features: Developed by Devun Walsh as his signature model board, it’s the lightest, most responsive board available from DC and features camber core profile, radius to flat, sintered supreme base, carbon quadrax laminate, structurn base finish, anti-camber -2. Flex=7.5

Sizes: 154, 157

DC Ikka Pro MLF

Features: Starting with the MLF as the base for his signature model board he applied a fresh graphic from artist Jani Tolin. The board features mountain lab certified, radius to flat, sintered supreme optic, carbon quadrax laminate, structurn base finish. Flex=7

Sizes: 154

DC MLF

Features: The MLF is the go-to board for park riders and features mountain lab certified, radius to flat, sintered supreme base, carbon quadrax laminate, structurn base finish. Flex=7

Sizes: 150, 158

L-R: DC Ikka MLF and DC MLF

DC Tone

Features: Built for high performance drive combined with a smooth transitional flex, the tone is a true twin tip and a versatile all mountain freestyle board. It features camber core profile, radius to flat, true optic base, structurn base finish, quadrax laminate, anti-camber -4. Flex=6

Sizes: 149, 153, 159

DC Bittner Pro PBJ

Features: Staying true to Bittner’s style, build for urban assaults and backcountry bombs. Features include camber core profile, radius to flat, true optic base, structurn base finish, biax laminate, anti-camber -6. Flex=5

Sizes: 153

DC PBJ

Features: Meant to slay the parks and streets, reverse camber and a tonal graphic provide stealth coverage for late night sessions. Features camber core profile, radius to flat, true optic base, structurn base finish, biax laminate, anti-camber -6. Flex=5

Sizes: 144, 149, 155W, 157, 159W

L-R: DC Tone (left), Bittner Pro PBJ (Center), DC PBJ (right)

DC PBJ Base

DC Lauri Pro Tone

Features: Lauri wanted clean, classic and cursive for his signature board that features camber core profile, radius to flat, true base, structurn base finish, quadrax laminate, anti-camber -4. Flex=6

Sizes: 156

L-R: DC Ikka Pro MLF, MLF (150cm is green, 158cm is red), Lauri Pro Tone, Tone (3 models of Tone), Bittner PBJ

DC Biddy (Women’s)

Features: Specifically designed for females, this all mountain freestyle board with radius to flat and reverse camber can handle any riding style. Camber core profile, radius to flat, true optic base, structurn base finish, biax laminate, anti-camber -3. Flex=5

Sizes: 143, 147, 151

DC Biddy Base

For 10-11, DC introduces the new 1:1 Golden Snowboard Boot where the shell and liner work as a precise system with a smaller footprint and reduced volume all over. DC also brought over from shoes, their aerotech technology to prevent feet from over heating and getting damp foot when riding. It allows and provides for more breathability through the molded vents in the liner and shell. They’ve also introduced the constrictor closure system which wraps the foot and locks in the heel for solid heel hold and support while the design for the BOA allows for reduced friction and better pressure distribution.

DC Ceptor Boot

Features: Synthetic leather & PU coated mesh, traditional lace, wrap lock hardware, direct power lacing, aerotech venting system, 3D tongue, ariculation, welded backstay, welded toe cap, internal ankle harness, unilite outsole w/ impact G, alpha liner. Flex= 8

Colors: AEG/LC/SDO (seen here), Khaki/Dark Olive, Pirate

Sizes: 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, 13

DC Status Boot

Features: Synthetic leather & PU coated mesh, aerotech venting system, constrictor closure system, 3D tongue, articulation, welded backstay, welded toe cap, internal ankle harness, unilite outsole w/ impact G, alpha liner. Flex=9

Colors: Black, Dark shadow/true red (seen here)

Sizes: 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10. 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12,13

In this photo you can see the constrictor closure system up close on the status boot.

DC Park Boot

Features: Synthetic leather & PU coated mesh, traditional lace, direct power lacing, 3D tongue, articulation, welded backstay, unilite outsole, park bravo liner. Flex=6

Colors: Black/Lichen, Royal/White (seen here), White/Olive

Sizes: 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10. 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12,13

DC Misty Boot (Women’s)

Features: Synthetic leather & PU coated mesh, traditional lace, 3D tongue, articulation, welded backstay, internal ankle harness, performalite midsole, command liner. Flex=6

Colors: Beige/White, Black/Battleship, OD/WT/PLM (seen here)

Sizes: 5, 6, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10

DC continues to bring out their performance and functionality driven outerwear with streetwear inspired fabrics and color stories that also offer technical features. DC’s exotex system ensures every piece of outerwear stays dry and warm inside and they continue to add and offer higly functional features like head gaitors, Ipod holders, waist gaitors and well positioned vents.

DC Outerwear

Left: Falera Jacket with Danon Baggy Pant

Center: DC Paolo Jacket with Manning Pant

Right: Merida Jacket with Sega Pant

Left: DC Merida Jacket with Sega Pant

Right: DC Helix Jacket with Banshee Pant

DC Manning Pant

DC Paolo Jacket up close

DC Sega Pant

Features: 5k critically taped standard fit pant. Sizes XS-XXL

Colors: Black denim, indigo denim, plum (seen here)

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20 Comments

  1. March 24, 2010

    Ill be honest …. theres should be many reasons not to care about DC but each year their product line brings me in anyways. Love the basic clean lines on their outerwear and Biittner is one of my favorite riders right now …. sooooo amazingly butter that kid. Like their boots as well but have never ridden their boards.

  2. March 24, 2010

    For sure DC’s new line is solid. Their boards are fun to ride too!

  3. Chris
    April 05, 2010

    Is DC’s anti camber going to be any good?

  4. steve
    April 12, 2010

    the news PBJ looks like a chick board with all the floral stuff. Pretty big let down.

  5. Mac
    April 25, 2010

    Hey steve are you serious? you care about what the board looks like? as long as it shreds great its a good board and anyways most of the time your snowboarding the snows on top of the graphic…. dumb gapers always make snowboarding into a fashion show

  6. sandwich
    June 14, 2010

    He was just sayin man.. chill out… you type of kids are always like”fuck you gapers” when its all you who are always gettin super pissed off. losein your pants up a bit kid. nothing related to snowboarding should make you mad. even if its someone saying they dont like a graphic…

  7. Mikey
    July 11, 2010

    Mac you wouldn’t be on this page if you didn’t care about what these products looked like. boom, roasted.

  8. marius
    August 06, 2010

    when can i buy the dc paolo jacket?
    does anyone know how much it will cost?

  9. jackie lammert
    August 11, 2010

    so, is there no BFT any more? because i didn’t think i would ever ride another snowboard.
    i will be so disappointed…..

  10. Johnny
    August 15, 2010

    HURRRY UP FALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I WANT DC!!!

  11. August 20, 2010

    I rode some of the DC boards for 2011 at a demo and I loved the Welsh and pbj both really nice boards. DC is going to have a big push after this year of new boards. There is no other board i have liked more then the welsh. It is nice in all conditions, I got to powder ride and park ride this board and it is awesome. Hands down one of the best boards for 2011!!!!

  12. alan martin
    September 14, 2010

    i’ve got 2009/10 pbj and it’s a solid board, not as soft as you think and it rips all mountain if you want. good products, quality is durable, ( i ride in scotland where mostly it’s pretty rough snow wise) i really rate dc gear although my other stick is a 2010 lib trs which is the best board i have had in 14 yrs shredding. anyways good stuff from dc, hope everyone has a blast this season!!

  13. Markie
    September 20, 2010

    has anyone demoed the newest pbj and if so how is it deffinatly thinking about picking one up

  14. Zesa
    September 20, 2010

    I was thinking to buy the pbj biitner pro modell. Fips strauss vom isenseven rides it and he told me that it is one of the best boards he’s ever ridden before. Another friend of me rides for DC too and told me the same. Also i think that everyone who’ll buy this board will have a lot of fun with it. So, wish you a happy day

  15. Mac
    October 12, 2010

    First of all i aint a “kid”. Just shred for the fun, but honestly im tired of hearing people complain about graphics and such. Ha i just wanted to see if theres any new boards in the line, im not the one complaining about the graphics

  16. November 04, 2010

    stoked to get my hands on the 2011 pbj!

  17. Derrick Leclerc
    January 21, 2011

    Not super impressed with this years graphics but the boards for the most part seem good, but to be honest i got a 155 pbj wide super sick board really liked it lasted 23 days and the top de laminated bottom layer is popping out and wood core is broken up, the delamination spreads for about 5 inches and theres a tiny nick at the top so they say i hit somthing and wont warranty it…even though its on my tail and i didnt hit anything it was from a jump…..so definatly wouldnt recomend D.C boards personally but i mightve just gotten a defective board?