A staple in DC's line, this is the same board as the men's Ply, but sized for females. It boasts a medium-flex and traditional camber throughout the center, then bumps to flat underfoot. Testers felt this design created a powerful, stable board that landed smoothly on bigger hits, but also reigned supreme on wooden features and larger rails in Carinthia's park. "This board had a good amount of maneuverability and stability, with strong pop that locked onto rails, but she was pretty damn stiff for a smaller rider like me," quipped a petite tester. "You really need to have some strong muscles and and skill to press this thing," she concluded. Built for a badass lady that's looking for a stiffer park stick, the Ply is good for gals that want a cambered deck, with the forgiveness of flat in the nose and tail. It's price is just right, so you won't waste your pennies. As Bang for your Buck approved board, this DC Ply is packed with tech, but comes in at a low price.
(Flex is not standardized and differs by brand. The rating here is the best estimate of the board's flex.)