Excelling everywhere from park jumps to open bowls above treeline, the Yes Basic Wide Snowboard delivers a snappy feel, reliable edge hold, and solid strength at a shockingly affordable price. This particular version is wider, accommodating riders with larger feet looking to conquer everything on the mountain with a freestyle perspective. Don't just take our word for it, the Basic is a favorite among die-hard riders seeking an affordable board to confidently handle anything the mountain throws their way. The Basic's true twin shape keeps you perfectly balanced for freestyle riding, working nicely with the CamRock profile for a responsive, poppy feel. Speaking of CamRock, this profile places camber along the board's effective edge for locked-in turns and plentiful snap off kickers and natural hits. Just after the binding inserts, the board transitions to rocker at the tip and tail. Rocker eliminates the aggressive bite of camber, making it ideal for everyone from first-time beginners all the way up to advanced freestyle riders seeking a catch-free and playful board. A striking innovation found on the Basic is Yes' signature UnderBite edges. These edges are pulled in along the binding zones, rather than bumped out like much of the competition. This redistributes edge pressure where it's essential for turning (such as tip and tail contacts, center between bindings) for a board that carves well, even in less-than-ideal conditions like hardpack and ice.
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