Yes. Typo Snowboard

Yes. Typo Snowboard
$449.00
Typo Snowboard by Yes.
Price subject to change | SKU: YES002I

Yes. Typo Snowboard

Essentially the premium version of the award-winning Basic, the Yes Typo Snowboard offers extra response for exploring the wild terrain and secret pow stashes of your favorite mountain. The Typo excels at ripping through the trees and tearing up fresh groomers, with its slightly stiffer flex adding increased stability. Although excellent for all-terrain cruising, the Typo works great for freestyle riders seeking a solid board for sending jumps, styling methods off natural hits, and even jibbing in the park. A small design tweak is the Typo's 5-millimeter stance set-back, which helps satisfy your pow-slashing ambitions on those epic storm days. Factor in the CamRock profile for a board that's highly competent carving down anything on the mountain, boosting from natural rollers, and playing around with butters and presses. 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 stability and float, all without inhibiting your ability to ride switch. As with the Basic, the Typo features Yes' signature UnderBite edges for increased control on carves, especially when soft snow quickly gets scraped into deadly sheets of ice.

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