When it snows on both the mountain and in the city, where do you head? If you answered the city, then the YES. The Public Wide Snowboard is what you're looking for. Made with a popcore and humps profiling, you're sure to get an extremely durable board that is perfect for quick ollies and jibs. While most people head up to the mountain, make sure you're headin' downtown to jib the mayor's car with the YES. The Public Wide Snowboard (maybe pass on jibbing the mayor's car...).
Twin Flatrock Flat between binding areas with even degrees of rocker outside your stance creates a more neutral, smooth board feel between the feet for rails and urban features.
Soft / Medium Perfect for rails and urban features while still performing well for an all-mountain riding style
Humps Profiling A flat flex between the feet, slight increase in core thickness just outside binding area, then tapering all the way out towards the tip and tail: this combination creates an overall soft board flex/feel while still maintaining pop when and where you need it.
Popcore The freestyle core of excellence: with added ash in the nose and tail of the poplar/beech core, a perfect blend of materials creates consistent flex and great pop.
Biax Creating even, neutral torsional flex properties
ABS Durable, flexible, infinitely reliable
Extruded Great wax retention and super easy to patch up after a hard day in the park or the streets
Belt Sanded Fine-grit, wet sanded belt grind creates a flat, smooth base surface.
Original artwork by Dustin Ortiz
2 x 4 Insert Pattern
|Effective Edge (mm)||1100|
|Tip Width (mm)||300|
|Waist Width (mm)||258|
|Tail Width (mm)||300|
|Sidecut Radius (m)||7.6|
|Stance Setback (in)||0|
|Stance Setback (mm)||0|
|Stance Range (in)||21.3-26|
|Stance Range (mm)||540-660|
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Comments about Yes. The Public Wide Snowboard 2013:
The answer is YES, this board rips.
I ride the YES Public 152W in the park and pow, it handles everything with ease. The flatrock to me is the next best thing to camber, not to loopy and buttery but lots of pop. This is an all around sick board.