Yes Asym

Yes Asym 2014 Snowboard Review One thing that you are going to see more and more is Asym boards. Basically, the sidecut (the giant circle that is cut out of the side of the board) is different on the heelside and the toeside. The heelside of the board has a deeper sidecut (cut from a smaller radius circle) which makes…

Yes 420

Yes 420 2017 The Yes 420 is the original short and fat powder board. The basic idea of the board is to get the float and surface area of a larger board, but squash it down into a smaller length so that you get a board that is very manoeuvrable. Because of the wider width, the board (floats in powder)…

Yes Pick Your Line

The Yes Pick Your Line is a board made to handle powder, but works as well all over the mountain. It has the directional CamRock camber profile, so it can handle tough lines but still be nimble enough smashing through pow. Tech in this board: Directional CamRock Tragna Maction ABS sidewalls Available sizes: 156cm 159cm 161cm + 161cm Wide 164cm…

Yes Jackpot

The Yes Jackpot is an all around park board that can do it all. It is a twin shape, so there is no problem riding switch in the park. It has the Cam Rock profiles, which is a combination of camber and flat sections, so you still get the benefits of a camber shape, but still get some of the…

Yes Greats

Yes Greats Uninc 2017 The Yes Greats Uninc is an asymmetrical twin board, that has a combination of graphics from the old Burton UnInc boards. I first saw it on the knuckle of one of the big jumps at Whistler this spring, which made me do a double take. I recognised the pig from the older Burtons, but it still didn’t make…

Yes Basic

The Yes Basic board is described well by its name. It is a basic snowboard, at an affordable price. It has the CamRock camber profile, so it is a hybrid combination of Rocker and Camber shapes, make to have a fun balance of pop, float and forgiveness. This is the sort of board you can ride anywhere, it will be fine…