With a stiff flex, versatile profile, and float-enhancing design elements, the Yes Standard Snowboard crushes powder and hardpack alike with equal prowess. The Directional Volume Twin shape means it has equal nose and tail lengths and a centered stance, but the nose is slightly wider and the tail is a shade tapered to enhance float in powder. It still feels like a twin when you're cruising groomers, but you'll definitely appreciate the extra float when you leave the trail behind. A Mid-Bite outline pulls in the edges between the binding inserts by 1. 5-millimeters, which creates a narrower waist for lightning quick edge-to-edge transitions while providing a wider area underfoot for 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. Using a lighter, more responsive core than just full poplar, the Poplar + Bamboo 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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