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- Faster base than the Yes BAsic
- Also steers nicely on the slopes thanks in part to the Underbite
- Nice versatile snowboard
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All about the Yes Standard
The Yes Standard has a Directional Volume Twin shape with a wide platform underfoot where you need it and now Slamback inserts for those unexpected pow days
As the lines between freeride and freestyle continue to blur, Yes has responded to the needs of riders who only ride twins, but increasingly find themselves in powder
By combining camber and rocker, the board is both responsive and buoyant
Discover the Yes Standard
Imagine the ultimate snowboard that sets the standard for all-mountain versatility. That's exactly what the Yes Standard promises and delivers. This board is designed to meet the needs of intermediate to advanced riders looking for a single board that excels in all conditions. Whether you dream of groomed slopes or long for deep powder fields, the Yes Standard is ready to make you shine.
Directional Volume Twin
What makes the Yes Standard so special? It all starts with the unique Directional Volume Twin Outline design. This innovative approach offers the best of both worlds: the balance and symmetry of a twin board and the buoyancy of a directional board. This means you can enjoy the versatility of a twin board while simultaneously gliding through untouched powder like a pro.
To further improve buoyancy, the Yes Standard is equipped with Slambacks. These are inserts placed lower on the board, allowing you to dive even deeper into the powder without any effort. The result is a smooth and responsive ride that gives you confidence in all conditions.
The hybrid design of the Yes Standard is a masterpiece in itself. With mild camber between the feet and rocker in the tip and tail, this board offers the perfect balance of control and float. The camber keeps the contact points on the ground, allowing you to maintain control in your turns. When you apply pressure to the camber, the contact points come up, creating effortless float in the powder.
The shape of the Yes Standard is specifically designed for the snowboarder who likes to ride a twin board, but also knows the joys of deep powder. Less volume in the tail of the board makes for a twin board with impressive float, allowing you to cruise effortlessly through deep snow.
And let's not forget the extra set of inserts, which allow you to position the bindings even further back on those epic powder days. With the Yes Standard you'll be ready for any challenge the mountain throws at you. So what are you waiting for? Go on an adventure with the Yes Standard and discover the true meaning of all-mountain versatility.
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A true sintered base is harder and more expensive than extruded, and it can be faster for those who ride aggressively hard. But to do that, it must be properly waxed and prepared.
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The MidBite pulls the circumference of the snowboard 1,5 mm inward, just inside the insert-pack. This move is maintained (rather than going back out as with the Basic) until about 1/3 of the length of the sidecut, just inside the next insert pack. This single, long disruption of the sidecut between bindings narrows the waist width, providing a faster edge-to-edge response. At the same time, from your binding to the end of the sidecut, we maintain a board width that provides a stable platform for jumps, spins and landings.
The responsiveness of camber with the buoyancy of rocker. By combining camber and rocker you can make the board both responsive and buoyant
A snowboard with a symmetrical outline and flex, but with a slightly offset setback binding position