Yes. TDF Ghost Snowboard

Yes. TDF Ghost Snowboard
Yes. TDF Ghost Snowboard
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TDF Ghost Snowboard by Yes.
Tadashi Fuse absolutely kills the Whistler backcountry, popping pillows and launching gigantic kickers most riders can only dream of. Created for Tadashi's hard-charging, fly-over-anything riding style, the Yes TDF Snowboard delivers the poppy feel and powerful precision of a twin, traditional camber board. True camber offers unmatched pop, power, and edge hold, helping you take aggressive lines with confidence and launch off kickers. The Mid-Bite outline pulls in the edges between the binding inserts by 1. 5mm, creating a narrower waist for lightning quick edge-to-edge transitions while providing a wider area underfoot for stable landings and take-offs. And because Tadashi loves to ride on snorkel-deep days, the board's nose has a slightly higher volume than the tail, helping you make the most of natural hits, cliff drops, and pillow lines when the powder piles up.

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