Looking down from the peak, you see several options. You could go down the open bowl and spray massive clouds of powder, or take to the trees to find some unspoiled snow. Perhaps you're feeling daring, and want to try your luck in the steep, sketchy couloir that few dare to drop into. The choice is yours when you're on the Yes Pick Your Line Snowboard. This tapered directional was made for bombing steeps, slashing pow, and laying down hard carves. A mostly camber profile offers a powerful, poppy feel, while rocker at the tips keeps it forgiving in variable conditions and adds float in powder. Speaking float in pow, the tapered tail and setback stance keep the nose afloat in the deepest snow. The new Weightless core and ash veneer combine to deliver snap and a lively feel. UnderBite tech pulls in the edges directly alongside the bindings, which 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.
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