YES Typo 2019

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  • $429.00
  • Regular price $569.00


Product Details

Rocker Type

CamRock 2-4-2  Rocker in the tip and tail, camber underfoot.

Flex

Flex Rating: 6  (1 Soft - 10 Stiff)

Shape

Directional Twin  All the benefits of your traditional twin with a slightly set back stance for powder float.

UnderBite  UnderBite edges re-distribute a rider’s weight in such a way that it enhances turning ease and edge hold. Creating divots inward at the binding area reduces and disrupts the surface area of the edge that has contact with the snow while the board is turning. This increases the edge pressure by distributing your weight/energy in the areas where you need it - from the binding out, and through the center of the board where the carving arc is taking place. This segmentation of the sidecut into 3 key zones focuses your body weight onto areas that initiate, hold and release turns.

Core

Full Poplar  Yes.'s baseline core for tip-to-tail woodcore snowboard construction. A core that strikes a predictable balance between durability and consistent flex and lightweight feel.

Laminates

Biaxial Glass

Base

Sintered Spec  This is the term we use and is the grey zone many companies play in. We call it Sintered Spec because it’s hardness and chemical properties are very close to true sintered and it’s on-snow performance is also very close to true sintered - but it’s formed using the extrusion process. How? – Well the raw material is actually pre-consumer recycled (meaning it never left the factory) sintered base material. So while the heating and extrusion process has softened it slightly, it’s still much harder than true Extruded.

Binding Compatibility

2 x 4 Insert Pack

Specs

  • Terrain:All-MountainMore 
    All-Mountain
  • Ability Level:Intermediate-AdvancedMore 
    Intermediate-Advanced
  • Rocker Type:Rocker/Camber/RockerMore 
    Rocker/Camber/Rocker
  • Shape:Directional Twin
  • Flex Rating:MediumMore 
    Medium
  • Binding Mount Pattern:2x4
  • Core/Laminates:Wood
  • Athletes:Benji Richie, Mark Trembley