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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-25-2010, 08:04 PM
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Anyone ridden a DC MLF deck, or know anyone who has one? I'm looking at getting a 158. Been seriously considering getting one since it's the end of the season and they are preety cheap right now. I've looked around but can only find a few reviews on them. Any reviews or feedback on this board would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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Anyone ridden a DC MLF deck, or know anyone who has one? I'm looking at getting a 158. Been seriously considering getting one since it's the end of the season and they are preety cheap right now. I've looked around but can only find a few reviews on them. Any reviews or feedback on this board would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
I have a 154 DC MLF core from last year..........pretty good pop, good for jumps.....not as soft as i thought it would be still butterable just not as effortlessly as some of my other boards. I didnt ride it in anything deeper then 6in but seemed alright in pow. Only rode it maybe 5 times overall tho because I ended up finding a Never summer SL-R for good price.

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Thanks for the info. How does your Never Summer SL-R compare to the DC MLF? I know the SL-R is revers camber, but what were the difference's you noticed between the two? Just wondering if the MLF or the SL-R will perform better for kickers, freestyle and pipe.
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My bro has a 161 MLF and really likes it. I haven't taken it out yet but it seems like it is a really fun board to ride. It seems to have some good pop so should be pretty good for jumps.
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