Sure to make you hoot and holler when you're slashing through deep powder, charging steeps, and launching pillows, the Yes Women's Hel Yes Snowboard is the board of choice for Helen Schettini's hard-charging backcountry riding. The Hel Yes is a stiff, aggressive board built to handle steep terrain and deep powder. Its directional shape is set-back for increased stability and float, with the Directional CamRock heightening the nose rocker for greater buoyancy in the deep stuff. Since it retains camber underfoot, CamRock delivers responsive carving and locked-in stability when bombing steeps and carving up groomed runs. Instead of bumping out the edges along the binding zones like the competition, UnderBite pulls in the edges directly alongside the bindings. This redistributes pressure to your tip and tail contacts for powerful edge hold and drive when you're carving at high speeds and negotiating icy chutes. Upgraded over the standard poplar core, the Hel Yes' core has some of the poplar replaced with paulownia to reduce weight without compromising strength, and features two tip-to-tail bamboo stringers to give you more pop off lips and help you explode out of turns.
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