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The Supernatant is a new backcountry board from DC, with healthy input and test time from some of the best snowboarders in the world, including Torstein Horgmo and Devun Walsh.

Level
Advanced, Expert, Intermediate, Pro
Flex Rating
8
Terrain
All Mountain, Big Mountain, Freeride, Piste
Best for
Big hikes in the backcountry
Price
£400
Type
Snowboard
Park
3
Off-piste
10
Low speed
7
Value
8
On-piste
8
High speed
8
Overall Score
8

Typically creating skate-inspired snowboards for all mountain and park riding, the Supernatant offers fresh thinking from the DC Team.

Not a park board by any means, DC still use their skate-inspired style to give the Supernatant a nice surfy feel in the powder with carbon and kevlar additives to help it dominate in the powder.

Its shape helps promote float in powder and I really enjoyed jumping off cliffs or slashing anyone in sight with this board which would be ideal for big hikes out to the backcountry for fresh lines or even a heli trip.

Reasonably firm, the Supernatant absolutely bombd down the piste at speed with only a slight bit of chatter in the nose. Again being a more advanced and powder-specific snowboard it's not ideal for beginners and is more focussed towards intermediate riders and above.