Picking your line is only half the battle.
If you're attracted to fresh powder like a shark is to blood in the water, then the Yes Pick Your Line Snowboard is the deck for you. A slightly directional shape and tapered tail gives it the float you want for waist-deep days, while carbon stringers and camber between the bindings provide the pop and power you need for straightlining sketchy chutes and boosting big off booters.
The CamRock profile features camber between the bindings with a little rocker in the tail and more rocker in the nose for effortless float. It also has a poplar core with beechwood rails and carbon stringers for the response needed to make mandatory moves when you get yourself into hairy situations. A slightly setback stance allows for greater control and precision at high speeds, but it can still be ridden switch for cab spins and fakie landings. The sintered base is fast and absorbs wax well to keep you moving through flat spots, and it's durable to resist damage from rocks and stumps hidden beneath the snow.
- Camber between bindings with rocker at tip and tail
- Slightly directional shape
- Disrupted sidecut
- Triax and biax glass
- Carbon Stringers
- Poplar core with beechwood rails
- Impact Blocks
- Sintered base
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I'm 5'8" 155LBS. What size do you recommend...
I'm 5'8" 155LBS. What size do you recommend for riding POW and groomers. No park.
I am 5'9" and 145lbs and I typically stay at about 156-157 for my all mountain board. With this boards rockered tip and tail profile you should be able to handle pow pretty well at that 156 length.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I got the 2012/2013 model and I love it, it's got awesome float it pow but has great edge hold on hardpack. Its got a setback stance but you can still ride it switch fairly well. Took it all over Whistler last season held up to all conditions. Love the camrock camber profile does the job. Stable at speed. Highly recommend for the freerider that wants to throw some freestyle here and there.