Yes. Globe Traditionalist Snowboard

Yes. Globe Traditionalist Snowboard
Yes. Globe Traditionalist Snowboard
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Globe Traditionalist Snowboard by Yes.
Of course Yes. is back to collaborate again with Globe, seeing how deep their skate and surf roots run, and this year's Globe-designed Traditionalist Snowboard is gifted with a versatile, adaptive shape and a turbo-charged, all-mountain construction. This special model comes with a fun-focused Directional Volume Twin shape and CamRock profile, and is injected with the Carbon PowerDrive 2. 0 core for an aggressive flex pattern that keeps you straightlining sketchy steeps, dropping cliffs, and slashing pow with control and confidence. Its directional twin shape and hybrid camber profile give you some freestyle playfulness and float in powder, while the Sintered True base caters towards more aggressive riding at high speeds.

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SKU: YESG02H
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