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Is the DC Telegraph purely a freestyle board?  We put it through it's paces all over the mountain on the Spring Break test in Kaunertal. Read more to find out if it reviews well.
Level
Advanced, Expert
Flex Rating
5
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
Park Rats who also enjoy ripping it up on the mountain
Price
£350
Season
2017/18
Playfulness
7
Pop
9
Value
9
Stability
9
Durability
9
Overall Score
9

The DC Telegraph is an intense and aggressive freestyle board for those who absolutely love piste bashing before entering the park!

Fantastic for carving long turns and feeling secure in the high speed of it. With it's mild camber centre and flat sections under foot, this board keeps you feeling totally solid on those long and fast sections. The raised flat sections at the tips also provides a great float for you in the powder.

It's prettystiff and not a board I would be popping and jibbing around on the pistes with but a solid choice for level riders looking to push their rail skills. It provides a solid landing for those looking to go on the heavy kickers as well. The Telegraph works well with presses thanks to the flat zones at the tip and tail, meaning that you can press the board all the way to the tips.

It is a true twin so no problem when landing and riding out switch, or to mix it up a bit on the slopes.

It's not the most forgiving of boards if you're a little tired. It's a hard working beast but if you're up for it then it's well worth the shaky legs at the end of the day!