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Snowboard Pick Your Line

Yes

View detailed description Snowboard, Yes 2017

A fantastic freeride snowboard for carving hard and fast or slashing the pow with style. The Pick Your Line by Yes is a powerful directional blade suited for an all-terrain shredding.

£539.91 VAT included
Saving: £108.01
Collection
Winter 2017
Gender
Men
Level
Advanced - Expert
Category
Freeride All-mountain
Versatility
Piste
Powder
Kicker
Jib
Sidecuts
Waist width 260 mm
 
Size 160Wcm - Camber Rocker + Camber

Snowboard Yes Pick Your Line

Note: The colour of the bases may be different from the picture displayed on the website, manufacturers combine colours randomly.

Don’t be fooled by its sober exterior. The Pick Your Line is anything but simple, it’s a work of art, a modern gem. Engineers did magic here with very modern sidecuts allowing freeriders to get the best powder performance ever. 

What can the Yes Pick Your Line snowboard do?  

This is a real freeride board with a real directional shape. A wider nose, a narrower tail...so far so good, we have a board that sticks to the standards with a profile enhancing floatation and manoeuverability through the deep. So what makes this board so unique? Have a closer look at the sidecuts. Each edge features 3 distinct segments, each segment has a 2mm offset with the other and each has its own turning radius. 8 meters in the front, 7 meters in the middle, 6 meters in the rear section and trust us, it changes everything on hard snow. Directional shapes tend to lack of edge grip through turns exits, they wash out and compromise accelerations. This specific profile keeps you railed in without sacrificing powder demeanour. This thing coupled with a firm flex makes the board responsive and powerful as heck. Perfect if you rip every day no matter what the conditions. 

Who is the Yes Pick Your Line snowboard designed for?  

We recommend the PYL to all freeriders with an advanced or expert level looking for a board that excels on powder as much as on the hardpack. Super stable on crud, the board allows you for charging as hard as you can on the steepest slopes you can find. 

What are the main assets of the Yes Pick Your Line snowboard?  

Floatation
Edge control
Effortless 

Product Name
Yes Pick Your Line
Product price
£431.90  instead of  £539.91
   
Specs Snowboard Yes Pick Your Line
Year 2017
Availability

Out of stock

Gender

Men

Level
• Advanced - Expert
Snowboard category
• Freeride All-mountain
Snowboard detailed program
 
Versatility
Piste
Powder
Kicker
Jib
Snowboard criteria
 
Accessibility
Stability
Grip
Stiffness
Pop
Snowboard camber
• Rocker + Camber
Shape
• Directional
Insert
• 4X2
   

Manufacturer info :

Shape

  • Directional

Insert

  • 4X2

Structure - Construction

  • Carbon PowerDrive  :

    We've re-designed the PowerDrive core from last year evolving the original idea into what we call Carbon PowerDrive.The PYL begins with a lighter weight Poplar and Paulownia composition. On both models, we then mill two custom programmed channels about 30mm in from the edge, running parallel to the sidecut. Inserted into these channels are pre-bent bamboo stringers wrapped in carbon. The end result is a highly responsive core that precisely matches and compliments the outline of each board. From intuitive turn initiation, solid edge hold and explosive release, the PowerDrive core is constantly active.

  • Triax fiberglass  :

    Versatile flex and response for everything from mini to mega shred.

  • Weightless Core  :

    The weightless core strikes a critical balance between lightweight and strength. Using a lower density species of poplar in area that are not as structural and paulownia in the areas that are, we're able to shave precious weight off. This helps a board not only float, but "feel" floaty.

Shape - Sidecuts

  • Directional shape  :

    Classic shape for a versatile use. The nose is slightly longer than the tail.

  • Tapered Underbite  :

    Similar looking to "wings" or bumps on a surfboard, it functions a little different on snow. Each side the board's effective edge is segmented into 3 distinct parts. Beginning at the nose, the sidecut is approx 8 meters radius. At the front binding area, the edge steps inward by 2mm , the sidecut changes to approx 7 meters and continues with that radius until the rear insert pack. Then, the edge steps in again 2mm and the sidecut tightens to approx 6 meters. Traditionnal "tapered boards" take the full sidecut and pull the tail inward, wich is away from the arc of your turn - this is why they to wash out under hard carving. The tapered Underbite corrects this by 1) keeping the sidecut parallel to its corresponding one on the other side of the board. 2) Increasing ths sidecut depth as you move towards the tailcreating a corrective "hook" to the taper. The board blends into turns effortlessy, has the directionnal drive and float you'd expect from a tapered board, but it holds an edge and rockets out of turns like nothing else.

Rocker - Camber

  • CamRock  :

    The CamRock will give you everything you need for your backcountry line. There is more rocker in the nose to add float and improved maneuverability, matched with a smaller amount of camber under foot to keep your snowboard responsive. A small amount of rocker in the tail will give you stability and maneuverability.

Other

  • Sintered True base  :

    Just like it says. Pellets or course powder is pressed until it forms a solid. There are several suppliers for our entire industry and they each have differentcodes for them, depending on the colour and transparency. These codes can make it seem like you're getting many differents kinds and grades of sintered but they're all pretty much the same as far as you and I will ever tell. True Sintered is harder and more expensive than extruded and it can be faster for those that ride aggressively fast. But to do that, it needs to be waxed and prepared for local conditions.

Sidecuts

SizeWaist width (mm)
 

 
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