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|Skill Level:||Intermediate to Advanced|
|Camber Profile:||Rocker / Camber / Rocker|
|Camber Tech:||YES Twin CamRock|
|Mounting Type:||4-Hole Insert Pattern|
|Warranty:||1 Year Warranty|
|Waist Width (cm):||24.5||24.7||24.9||25.1||25.3||25.5|
|Suggested Boot Size (US):||<9.5||<9.5||<10||<10.5||<11||<11.5|
|Stance Set Back (in):||0||0||0||0||0||0|
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Comments about YES The Greats Snowboard - 158 top / red base:
The board is excellent. I rode it about 20 times. It`s a very agile, smooth, poppy and fun board. The flex is perfect, and it allowed my to both charge and butter. I like to ride switch, jump and spin in powder. The board was perfect for that. I`ve tried K2, Rossignol, DC, Gentem Stick (a Japanese powder board brand), Arbor and Rome. This was my favorite board so far.
NOW for the bad part. While riding up a natural half pipe, I ollied up to tap a tree. The base struck the tree, maybe a little harder than normal, but nothing ridiculous, I have done much worse to boards before. When I got to the bottom, my board was nearly snapped in half. The top sheet area had cracked completely and seperated from the board. See attached picture.
I`ve ridden boards through parking lots in spring, over rocks, straight into trees and over all sorts of rails, and never busted one. But this board`s base taps a tree and it splits. I liked this board so much that I wanted to purchase a new one, but I ride hard and can`t in good mind purchase a board with questionable durability.
If you don`t push yourself and ride slow this board will be fine. But If you`re an aggressive rider, I would absolutely look elsewhere until the durability is improved.