2019 DC The 156 Snowboard Review—The Blackboard Experiment with Pat Moore


What has blunted ends and causes loud hootin’-n-hollerin’ when ridden? The gosh dang DC The 156 Snowboard! A light wood core, sintered supreme base and full traditional camber profile boost The 156 around with exceptional handling. A stiff flex profile adds the response and support you need for lofty airs and powerful transitions, making the DC The 156 Snowboard an all-around mountain menace.

Product Details

Rocker Type

Traditional Camber – Snowboarders everywhere love traditional camber. This profile naturally offers explosiveness and powerful turns.


Flex Rating – 8 (1 Soft – 10 Stiff)


True Twin

Blunt Tipped


Light Core – Alternating stringers of poplar and ultra lightweight paulownia throughout the length of the wood core provide a smooth flex in DC’s lightest core.


Triax Fiberglass


30° Sidewalls


Sintered Supreme


3 Degree Bevel – The edge bevel helps to create a more forgiving, catch-free ride that is jib-ready right out of the wrapper.


Fresh Deck Top Sheet – This construction gives DC boards the fresh poppy feel of a new skate deck; adding a dynamic response that can only be achieved by using select natural wood. These laminates are sealed from the elements to maintain their poppy feel and natural good looks.

Binding Compatibility

2 x 4 Insert Pattern