Progress your consistancy and bag of tricks in the park and pipe with the Yes Jackpot Snowboard. This twin shaped, medium flex board is jib oriented without overlooking frontside performance, so that every day on hill can be a fun one. The Camrock 4-2-4 profile mixes 2mm of powerful edge holding camber with 4mm of rocker in the tip and tail for forgiveness and press-ability. To boost your ability to edge hard and set big tricks or lay trenches on groomers, the Jackpot features Midbite edges. They work by creating a thin and maneuverable section between the inserts while not affecting the wide and stable sections outside your feet to give you a blend of stability and maneuverability that is hard to find in other boards. In order to hold up to the day in and day out rigors of park riding, the Jackpot features a full poplar core, triax fiberglass layers, and a sintered base. The poplar core, when combined with the triax layers, creates a consistent pop and exceptional torsional rigidity to keep you ollieing onto rails and holding an edge at speed. Meanwhile the sintered base ensures that you can easily and safely clear the big line of jumps even in inclement weather.
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