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Dreamscape Park & Ride 500 All-Mountain Snowboard

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Standard camber for pops and grip on-piste and in the park. A wide board with rocker and powder stance (the bindings can be set very far back) for powder.

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Dreamscape Park & Ride 500 All-Mountain Snowboard | We have developed this board for intermediate and advanced riders looking for an all-rounder board: park, side hits, carving and powder snow.

Standard camber for pops and grip on-piste and in the park. A wide board with rocker and powder stance (the bindings can be set very far back) for powder.

A photo of the Dreamscape Park & Ride 500 All-Mountain Snowboard in use
A photo of the Dreamscape Park & Ride 500 All-Mountain Snowboard in use


33% piste, 33% off-piste, 34% park.

Easy to handle

Medium torsion. Playful, thanks to its small size. Flex 6/10


Very good buoyancy (rocker, Powder Stance = 60 mm setback)


Very good edge grip on all snow (standard camber and medium torsion).

Anatomical design

152: 5' - 5' 8”153W: 5' 2” - 5' 8”156: 5' 6” - 5' 9”158W: 5' 8” - 6' 2”


Flex 6/10. Very good pop for jumps at high speed.


Medium torsion makes the board easy and playful.

Glide performance

HDPE sintered base for an excellent glide.

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Excellent purchase with sound advice from Ludovic

Very happy with our purchase, we had such before and the seller in the department had already prepared what could suit my son which was very pleasant obviously, he was tried this week in Belgium and is delighted because obviously it is to go to Savoie at Christmas and there he will have a great time given the number of slopes and snow that has fallen (thanks for the service Mr Ludovic) from chatelineau decathlon

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A winner for this money

after not having been on winter sports for 15 years, I wanted to start again with a new board. Because I have positive experience with material developed by Declahtlon itself (including various iSUPs) I dared to take this gamble. Bought just before the pandemic, which allowed me to use it only on the indoor courts for 2 years. Been to Austria again, so time for a review! I am 176cm tall, EU 41.5 boots (slim) and 65kg. I ended up with the 152cm version. Later I also tried the 153 medium wide, and I actually like it even more because I can drive it even more aggressively! The review is about the 152cm. What is striking is that the board is 149 cm long from nose to tail (it is a real twin, so there is actually no front or back). The sintered base is unique in this price range. And you will notice that, if waxed properly, by the good glide! I mounted my Burton Custom bindings at the suggested points in symmetrical duckstance +/-15°. Didn't use the setback. The board was primarily chosen because I wanted to learn how to ride switch, something I didn't do often before due to directional boards. In addition, I like to carve, and play a bit on the slopes and next to it. The board carves wonderfully well thanks to the camber and rocker in the nose and tail. It's not an absolute beginner's board, but it's fairly forgiving. Only with switch if I don't pay attention with sides does it sometimes go wrong. Depends entirely on the rider ;) You can carve long, wide turns. Also shorter turns by breaking out the rear. The edge change is not very easy, which I only noticed when driving switch. You usually have less power in that. Not a problem for me in itself, I like to send in aggressively which works fine. Also great grip on icy parts! Certainly with the experience with my older boards really a step forward. Only boards with a disruption in the steel side do better, but those are also factors more expensive (idea Declathlon?) The only striking thing about carving is that you don't build up pressure in the turn that would be useful during the edge change. Perhaps it has something to do with the ease with which the board absorbs bumps, etc. That was different with my older stiffer boards! You can also use it to jump over ramps, etc. Ollies are easy to do, but don't expect much spring action. The nose/tail feel a bit stiff, but there seems to be more flex between the bindings. Nose presses and butters are great on this board, but you can't get it far into the air. Still, I managed fine to ride switch using butters on the slopes. However, a tripod or something similar is difficult. I am very satisfied with the board, but would take the 153 next time. Later saw that thegoodride dot com had tested this board and many others. Cons? The glossy deck sheet. This is much too slippery for drag lifts and driving with 1 binding fixed.

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Very good board.

Tested at we snowboard School Quite flexible to go on different terrains.

Test at We snowboard

Test at WE snowboard, lovely staff. THANKS

Pretty good overall

The board is quite versatile but remains pleasant. However, it requires good practice to manage to handle it correctly.

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Pleasantly surprised by the responsiveness

Tested at we snowboard School Test positive overall, allows you to have fun getting out of your comfort zone while enjoying

Great all-around board

Tested at we snowboard school Good flex Very dynamic on piste

Tailored for the Intermediate Level

If you, like me, have been snowboarding for 1-1.5 years and you are thinking about whether I should go freestyle or freeride and want to improve your technique, this is the board made for you. It doesn't vibrate when speeding, neither too hard nor too soft, and it doesn't look like a pile when you jump from somewhere. A quality snowboard for intermediate to advanced snowboarders.

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I do everything with it!

It's been 3 years since I started with it and today I'm going at full speed, I really like its flexibility for jumps and enough lift for off-piste powder. I highly recommend for its versatility!

25 years later

Tested at we snowboard School on 02/19 Super board for playing on piste boards, light and pleasant to handle.

Immediate handling

The grip was immediate, super versatile board. Accurate enough to enjoy.

good board

Good grip on ice, board easy to control, also goes in powder, light and manageable.

Perfect versatility

Very versatile playful board that responds well both on the piste with its well-sharpened edges and in powder with good lift. It was a treat! A bit small for me I had a 158 while my board is in 166.
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Board (for surf): 5.0% Steel, 40.0% Epoxy Resin, 30.0% Wood, 25.0% Glass Fiber

Technical information (1/2)

Sintered base20 mm Poplar wooden coreNumber of inserts: 10 + 10 and 4 powder insertsTwintip + 20 mm SetbackSize 152 cm:Front width 288 mm, centre 250 mm, rear 288 mmRadius 8.2 m Recommended stance: 560 mm.Size 153 cm MIDWIDE:Front width 300 mm, centre 258 mm, rear 300 mm Radius 8.3 m Recommended stance: 565 mm.

Technical information (2/2)

Size 156 cm:Front width 296 mm, centre 255 mm, rear 296 mm Radius 8.4 m Recommended stance: 575 mm.Size 158 cm WIDE:Front width 304 mm, centre 266 mm, rear 304 mm Radius 8.4 m Recommended stance: 585 mmOur boards are supplied already waxed. They are ready to ride.

What's the right size park & ride for me?

For Freestyle use, you can go for a relatively short board: choose a 20 or 25 cm drop (for example, a person who is 5' 7” tall should choose a board between 154 and 149 cm in length).A smaller board makes rotations and tricks easier. A bigger board will be more stable at high speed and when landing jumps. The Park & Ride should be quite short. The 158 Wide size is very well-suited to well-built users.

A word from the product manager

If you had to choose just one...


The Park & Ride is true to its name, it's as good in parks as on- and off-piste. In snow parks, it is particularly suitable for jumps (tables) and inspires confidence on landing. Its standard camber gives it pop for jumps and stability at full speed. The rocker makes for good handling, as well as buoyancy in powdery snow. Its Powder Stance makes it enjoyable in the powder snow in the same way as if you were using a freeride board.

Twintip directional snowboard

The shape of the snowboard is Twin Tip: The board's sidecuts are completely symmetrical between front and rear, providing perfect symmetry and centring of the board's features for riding in both directions in the same way. For even greater versatility, we have shifted the inserts by 20 mm, making the Park&Ride a ”false” twintip, just directional enough to ride in the park without issues.

Standard camber + rocker

All the advantages of both the standard camber (thanks to the board's elasticity, a standard camber serves as a spring to provide grip on all types of snow, edge-to-edge dynamism and recoil when coming out of turns) and the rocker (under constraint, the board's points of contact with the snow come closer together, making the board more manageable). The rocker elongates and raises the nose so that it can glide better over powder.

Medium and versatile flex (6/10)

Flex is the stiffness of the board between the front and rear. The flex of the Park&Ride is about 6/10, which is medium and versatile. It is reliable in carved turns while also being forgiving of edge mistakes.

Medium and versatile torsion (6/10)

The torsion, i.e. the torsional stiffness of the board between the feet, is about 6/10 on the Park & Ride, which is fairly stiff for good hold in the curves, recovery coming out of a turn and responsive edge transition. It is also flexible enough for some freestyle riding. It's the medium torsional stiffness that gives the Park & Ride good all-round handling without making it a jib board.

Product testing

All Dreamscape by Decathlon snowboarding products are tested under the actual conditions of use for which they were designed.In the snow, in the cold, in all conditions you may come across when snowboarding whether in powder, in the park or on the piste. The design teams check that the programme for which the product was conceived and developed perfectly matches its use in the field.

Storage instructions

Dry edges at the end of the day to prevent rust. Ideally, wax every 5 outings.Storing for the summer: keep away from sunlight, you can leave your bindings on the board.



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