Drawing inspiration from short, but high-volume surfboard shapes, Yes. started a pow-board revolution by creating the 420 Snowboard, which uses short lengths with a wide, highly directional shape to offer the same amount of surface area as a standard length board. The result is a board that floats effortlessly in the deepest snow and nimbly weaves through the tightest trees with ease. The dramatically shortened length is offset by a much wider waist, and when combined with the setback stance and huge rockered nose, creates a board that's damn near unsinkable. A mid-stiff flex and a lively full poplar core deliver the pop and drive needed to power through heavy snow and remain stable on steeps. If you have an open mind and a desire to fly, then you should give the 420 a go. It may just change your perception of powder boards forever.
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