Ruling everything from jump lines to secret stashes without emptying your season pass funds, the Yes Basic Snowboard delivers a poppy feel, reliable edge hold, and smooth flex at a shockingly affordable price. Don't just take our word for it, the Basic has earned its reputation as one of the best values on the market for the up-and-coming rider dabbling everywhere from terrain parks to high-speed cruisers and fresh tree runs. The Basic's twin shape keeps you well 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 greater power transfer, plentiful snap when you're boosting from jumps, and responsive carving capabilities. 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 board. Rocker also makes the board float a bit easier, as the nose lifts above deep powder to prevent the dreaded "plowing" effect of a traditional camber board. A striking innovation found on the Basic is Yes' signature UnderBite edges. Underbite 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 grips well when you're carving, even in less-than-ideal conditions like hardpack and chop.
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