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Mount up the Yes Big City Snowboard and get away from the smog, noise, traffic, and bad attitudes. This directional-twin, traditional-camber freestyle machine is stable and damp enough to charge through some serious chunder, but also nimble and forgiving enough to throw around in the park. If you love locked-in turns and serious pop with the versatility to ride anywhere, anytime, the Big City is worth a look.
  • Traditional camber profile delivers the best possible ollie power, stability, and edge control of any camber design
  • Multidirectional fiberglass layout creates a snappy flex with tons of pop
  • Diamond-stone finish reduces friction for faster riding in all snow conditions
  • Lightweight Kevlar strips in the nose and tail improve energy transfer, and absorb vibration for a smoother ride

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5 5

Great all-around

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My main intention for this was a park board, and there it definitely excels. The camrock profile has saved me a couple times from getting in the back seat landing a jump already. Super easy to pop on to rails, but still soft enough to press.

I took it out for a relatively medium powder day (12-14" of Utah pow), and actually the 154 was really sturdy, especially with the rock from the bindings on out. I'm 6'0" and 165lbs...my pow board is a 159, but I tried this guy for fun and was pleasantly surprised. So...take it everywhere!

5 5

All Mountain freestyle Killer

This is the best board I have ever ridden. It shreds the groomers, launches off of jumps, It is stable at high speeds, stable in the flats, and is alot more flexible than I thought it would be. It holds an incredible edge also. I cant find a thing wrong with it. I will ride this board/brand till I die. Killer Board.

5 5

not a traditional camber board....

this is not a traditional camber board.....
it has camrock

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I can back up "peak_pirate" that this years YES. Big City snowboard is NOT a traditional cambered board. It has YES's 'Freeride Camrock' which is a hybrid of both Camber and Rocker. Camber between the feet and rocker at the tip and tail.