Snowboard Review DC Telegraph 2018 – Lady’s board

The DC Telegraph is a women’s specific snowboard with an elegant yet bold graphic design, in which the beautiful wood grain in particular places the aesthetics of that board at a higher level. That’s a slightly pedantic way of say the DC Telegraph is a good looking board for tough ladies.

This is also reflected in the shape of the board. A classic camber where the 100% wooden board gives you a lot of grip and stability, as long as you put enough power into the board. The board does have a medium flex (so reasonably flexible) is not a very stiff camber, and is a true twin, so you can ride it both directions in a easy, nice and relaxed way.

Het board is te koop in maten 144, 148 en 152 centimeter.

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The Review

According to Dees (66 kilo’s, 175cm, lady)

Dees thought the Telegraph was a really nice board. She has a preference for classic camber boards (although Dees also said she could appreciate rockers) because they provide grip, stability and confidence to a rider. It handles higher speeds really well, and if you put the board on the edge then you can really carve groomers to a fault. A board to hit the piste, and with a camber you can also send it on kickers in the park and land with stability. Playing around on the piste, dive into a bit of powder; the Telegraph is OK with everything.


A very nice board that fitted Dees’ riding style really well. A nice strong all-mountain board. You have to be able to make a good turn before you can feel what the Telegraph has to offer, so no beginners board but one for the intermediate to advanced rider.

DC Telegraph

Lady’s All-Mountain

Retail price: € 449,95

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Mark Stokmans
Since I can remember I have been very active in many different sports: started with baseball, tennis and riding later hockey, football, running and aikido. In addition, since twelve years old I've been into actionports: at first windsurfing, later climbing, inline skating, snowboarding, mountain biking. With the first action cams coming onto the market I've been making action sports videos. Furthermore, I've worked in the sports industry since 1990, sports marketing, media and live TV and until the end of 2016 at the Dutch Olympic Committee. Besides being partner in GearLimits I work as a digital freelancer. Based in the Netherlands, Married with Children (11 and 13 years old)


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