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i'm thinking about getting the dc pbj for the next coming season and i was wondering if anyone......knows if it is actually soft or stiffer preferably from someone who has ridden it...if DC has changed any of the tech for next years pbj and if there are any problems that i should know about.
any of this would be greatly appreciated
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-25-2009, 12:34 AM
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give your business to companies that are snowboard companies. its one thing to buy snowboard boots from a footwear company, its another to buy snowboards off them.
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dc makes snowboards and is owned by a company that makes snowboards

i guess they're not a snowboard company

k2 makes rollerblades, neversummer makes longboards, who gives a shit?

and the pbj is not soft like you think it would be

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if starbucks started making snowboards are they then a snowboard company? idiocy. we give a shit because companies like arbor and capita have to market against giant multinational corporations like Jarden. not caring who you buy your stuff from is part of the reason the economy is like this.

and the pbj will feel stiff or soft depending how much you weigh and what your riding style is.
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Maybe you should go with a board company thats been around longer.
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well i am looking for a board that'll be good for both larger jumps and jibs and so far the dc pbj seems like a high quality board that is what i'm looking for but since your sayin i shouldnt get it is there another board say the new ride dh2 that'll be better?
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NS SLR? They seem pretty popular here.
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well i am looking for a board that'll be good for both larger jumps and jibs and so far the dc pbj seems like a high quality board that is what i'm looking for but since your sayin i shouldnt get it is there another board say the new ride dh2 that'll be better?
You'll likely want a DH2 over a PBJ.

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