Tuned for all-terrain ripping, the Yes Men's Typo Wide Snowboard is well-adept at riding everything from banked slalom runs to deep powder stashes without feeling outgunned. Essentially the premium version of the award-winning Basic, the Typo Wide provides additional stability and response for bigger guys charging everything on the mountain. Although it's an excellent choice for all-terrain ripping, it's also a solid performer for lapping the park jumps and hips, spinning off side-hits, and even jibbing when the pow's all tracked up. Upgraded for all-mountain stability, the Typo's 5-millimeter stance set-back is enough to satisfy your pow-slashing dreams on those deep and stormy days. Then, the CamRock profile makes for a board that carves down anything on the mountain, boosts ollies off of rollers, and plays around with easygoing, smooth butters. This profile is predominately camber along the board's running length, transitioning to a looser, catch-free rocker at the tip and tail. Another design tweak for all-mountain superiority, the Typo's nose rocker is more pronounced at 4-millimeters of rise, with the tail less uplifted at only 2-millimeters of rise. This creates a slight directional bias for charging the mountain with plenty of stability and float, all without giving up much in the way of switch performance. As with the Basic, the Typo features Yes' signature UnderBite edges for increased control on carves, especially on those icy days when the runs are scraped clean.
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