Yes. Hel Yes Snowboard - Women's

Yes. Hel Yes Snowboard - Women's
Yes. Hel Yes Snowboard - Women's
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Hel Yes Snowboard - Women's by Yes.
The Yes. Hel Yes snowboard is the ideal candidate for aggressive riders that are looking for a stiffer, high performance machine built to handle steep terrain and deep powder. Its set-back directional shape increases stability and float, and the Directional CamRock profile heightens the nose rocker for greater buoyancy in the deep snow. Since it retains camber underfoot, CamRock delivers responsive carving and locked-in stability when bombing steeps and carving up groomed runs. Made from ultralight and durable materials such as a tri-blend wood core, biax glass, and rock-hard sintered base, the Hel Yes is an easy choice hard-charging ladies that ride everything from backcountry jumps, tight chutes, and the occasional park lap.

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SKU: YESG02P
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