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Buttery for big boots.

Named for its buttery-fun feel, the DC PBJ Wide Snowboard is a twin-shaped freestyle board for riders with big ol' boots (size 11+). Its traditional camber provides the poppy performance and locked-in feel desired by jib junkies and park addicts alike. Its true twin shape dominates urban handrails, jib parks, and mid-sized kickers, facilitating switch stomping and take-offs without a hitch. Its Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks provide a larger platform for spreading butters and laying into presses. Additionally, these flat tip surfaces enhance lift in powder, in case the park's snowed-in after a foot of fresh.

Looking inside this poppy-playful freestyle board, the wood-reinforced Astro core increases durability, also bestowing a smooth, mid-level flex underfoot. Tear The Roof Off tech eliminates the board's topsheet for a lightweight, super-playful feel, with tons of pop for snapping off the lip of jumps and freestyle features. Its biax fiberglass layup infuses a bit looser torsional feel that's ideal for buttering and pressing through the park. And to prevent nasty hang-ups, the 3-degree edge bevel lifts the edges just enough to eliminate the catchy feel on boxes and rails, all without sacrificing its ability to quickly turn between park hits. Additionally, the PBJ features a low-maintenance, easy to repair True Base (extruded) that's ideal for park and rail riders thrashing their boards all season long.

  • True twin shape
  • Traditional Camber
  • Radius 2 Flat nose and tail kicks
  • Astro core (wood reinforced)
  • Tear The Roof Off tech (eliminated topsheet)
  • Biax fiberglass
  • 3-degree edge bevel
  • True Base (extruded)

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