Yes. Typo Snowboard

Yes. Typo Snowboard
Yes. Typo Snowboard
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Typo Snowboard by Yes.
A jack of all trades, the Yes Typo Snowboard offers extra response for exploring the wild terrain and secret powder stashes of your local mountain with an ability to pick apart the park as you make your way across the trail map. The CamRock profile puts a camber section between the bindings for a powerful and controlled feel, while its medium flex adds stability for landing big jumps without losing its playfulness. Thanks to the directional twin shape, the Typo floats with ease in deep snow while still allowing you to ride or land switch after spinning in the park. A lightweight core provides a predictable flex, and a Sintered Spec base combines durability and speed with a low-maintenance material to keep you away from the tuning bench.

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SKU: YESG02N
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