Yes. Standard Snowboard

Yes. Standard Snowboard
Yes. Standard Snowboard
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Standard Snowboard by Yes.
With a mid-stiff flex, versatile profile, and float-enhancing design elements, it's obvious why we like the Yes. Standard Snowboard. It crushes powder and hardpack alike with equal prowess, and the Directional Volume Twin shape enhances float in powder, while still feeling like a twin when cruising groomers or venturing into the park. A Mid-Bite outline creates a narrower waist for lightning quick edge-to-edge turning while still providing stable landings and take-offs. BackSeat inserts let you mount the Standard up as a directional for even more float when you find yourself in the deepest of the deep. The core is lightened by replacing 30% of the poplar with paulownia and bamboo stringers down the full length for added pop and response. Triax glass provides a stiff, responsive feel, and the fast and durable Sintered True base ensures you're hauling butt wherever you choose to ride.

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