In celebration of their 10-year anniversary of churning out high-quality shred sticks, Yes. decided to take the shape of perennial favorite, the Basic, and elevate it to a whole new level in the Basic Decade Snowboard. Ten years of success is no small feat, and Yes. took steps to ensure another decade of success by decking this board out with a Carbon Powerdrive 2. 0 core and newly designed topsheet to keep you flying like a banshee all over the mountain at a low weight and with unbelievable control and response. More powerful, snappy, and lighter than the Basic, the Basic Decade starts with a Carbon Powerdrive 2. 0 core, which uses pre-bent bamboo stringers wrapped in carbon for a highly responsive ride with intuitive turn initiation, solid edge hold, and explosive release. Camber underfoot offers responsive handling and a poppy feel, while rocker at the tips adds forgiveness and enhances float in fresh snow. Underbite edges are pulled-in along the binding zones, rather than bumped out like much of the competition, resulting in a board that grips well when you're carving, even over hardpack and chop. Carbon and triax laminates foster this board's lively, explosive feel underfoot without feeling too stiff or clumsy, and the SlamBack stance lets you set the bindings back to give your legs a break.
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