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Tadashi Fuse always wondered why there were so many wide boards available, but not many narrower options for riders with smaller feet. His pro-model Yes TDF Snowboard fixes the problem once and for all. Developed for size 9 and smaller boots, the TDF features a twin shape and snappy flex for all-around freestyle fun.

  • Traditional camber profile delivers the best possible edge grip and ollie power
  • Kevlar layer reduces vibrations for a smoother, chatter-free ride
  • Carbon-reinforced laminate improves edge grip and pop
  • Diamond-stone finish reduces friction for improved glide in all snow conditions

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I have size 10 boots and I'm looking at...

I have size 10 boots and I'm looking at the 154cm board, should I get it wide?

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Depending on how wide of a stance you rock and how aggressive your binding angles are, you'd probably be at risk for toe and heel drag. Tadashi Fuse is a smaller guy and this board is built for him so you've gotta take that into account. The 157 wide would probably be a better bet depending on how tall you are. Not to mention a little more length and waist width in a camber board is going to float better in the pow, if that's what you're going for.