Playful, yet responsive, the Yes Women's Emoticon Snowboard is bursting with freestyle fun, and doesn't mind stepping outside the park for pow laps and side-hit sessions. It has a twin shape and softer flex for getting tricky in the park, along with carve-enhancing UnderBite edges and a versatile hybrid profile to help you shred with ease. Enhancing its overall versatility, the rip-anything CamRock, places camber underfoot for powerful response and stability when you're pointing it down steeps and straight-lining bigger kickers. Rocker starts just after the inserts, continuing towards the tip and tail, for an ideal balance of playfulness in the park and float in fresh snow. Separating itself from the hordes of other park and freestyle boards on the market, the Emoticon employs unique UnderBite edges. This innovative design pulls in the board's edges by 1. 5-millimeters right under the binding zones to reduce edge pressure directly underfoot, while redistributing the aforementioned pressure to the tip and tail contacts for increased edge hold where you need it most. Ultimately, this makes the board confident at high speeds, especially when you're initiating turns and carving from edge-to-edge. Plus, an impact-resistant extruded base lets you truly thrash it in the park without slowing you down.
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