|Overall Rating||Loved it!|
|Riding Level||Intermediate - Expert|
|Fits Boot size (US)||8-10, 10-12|
|Manufactured in||Dubai by SWS|
|Camber Profile||Hybrid Camber|
|Approx. Weight||Feels Normal|
|On Snow Feel|
YES Pick Your Line 2020 - 2012 Review by The Good Ride
The YES Pick Your Line has been one of our more recommendable directional one board quiver/Freeride rides for years now. It has a nice balance of being forgiving but fun for most ability levels while still giving a consistent ride in all conditions.
The 2018-2020 Yes Pick Your Line is the same in shape and design so the 2018 model we rode and owned still stands. The written review has been updated to reflect what’s happening in the industry for 2020. The only change for 2020 is they added a 164w to it’s sizing.
2018-2020 YES Pick Your Line Review
Ethics Statement: We don’t get paid by the manufacturer to write these reviews. We do make money from the “Where To Buy” links, but this is our best attempt at an honest and objective review from an average riders’ perspective.
How This Review Happened: We borrowed this for an extended demo and then returned it. Then we liked it so much, we spent our precious Good Ride dollars to buy it and kept it in the quiver for 2 seasons.
Size: 159 & 160w
Conditions: Everything from some powder to hard snow and an early morning slackountry up or 2 with Drift Boards.
Riders: James (Size 9, 5’10” 185-195lbs), Jimbo (Size 11, 5’11” 160lbs), Zobel (Size 11.5, 6’ 180lbs, Peter (Size 8, 5’11” 185lbs), Grant (Size 11 6’ 160lbs)
Boots: Adidas Tactical ADV, Adidas Acerra
Insoles: Footprint Insole Technology Gameghangers Low Profile
Bindings: Union Atlas, Union Strata, Union Falcor, Burton Genesis, Burton Genesis X,
Set Up: 21.5″, 22″ and 22.5” wide. Centered on sidecut, 15 front -6 back for groomers. 22″-22.5″ and set all the way back in powder. 21 front -3 back.
Similar Boards (but not the same) That We Compared This To: Burton Flight Attendant, Gnu Mullair, Jones Flagship, Lib Tech Lost Round Nose Fish, Never Summer West Bound, Rossignol XV (check comparison at the bottom)
Approximate Weight: Feels normal bordering on light.
Sizing: The 156 to 162 YES Pick Your Line models seem to be a good fit for 8-10 boots and they can handle a little weight. The 165 seems like it could handle a little bigger. The 160w and 164w are good choices for more mid/wide riders in the 10+ to 12ish range and it’s great to see a 164w this year. They still aren’t full-on wide’s but now bigger mid/wide riders can get on the 164w.
Flex: The Yes Pick Your line is one of the only Yes boards that feel close to its flex of 8 out of 10. We would say it feels a little softer but overall it’s got a snappier flex than most YES boards that generally have a rubbery feel underfoot now that they have been made by SWS the last few years. The wood top sheet gives it a little more snap without making it feel dull. Buttering is doable because that rocker in the nose/tail makes it easier than it should be for the flex.
On Snow Feel/Ability Level/Skidded Turns: The YES Pick Your Line has this great consistent feel underfoot in any condition that we all here really appreciate. It does feel more tapered than you would think for the 6mm or so that each board has and like all tapered boards it requires more back foot weight on the groomers but less in powder. It has more of a surfy feel than you would think for how centered this is for a freeride board. What is cool about the YES PYL, is the forgiving nature underfoot with the Camrock (hybrid camber) profile. There seems to be a little more camber going on in comparison to some Camrock boards from YES but you can still feel a lot of rocker underfoot to skid turns pretty easy when you get off your game. I would say that an intermediate could easily ride this and have almost as much fun as advanced to expert riders would.
Edge Hold: The Yes Pick Your Line offers up pretty strong grip as long as you have more weight on the back foot when riding harder snow. If you don’t, you will find this washy on a turn and it could let go on you. In softer snow, it doesn’t grab that much so it won’t ruin your day and not let go when transitioning from edge to edge.
Turn Initiation: The PYL is really fast and for years this 159 has been one of our favorite choices for riding quickly through tight spots. When you initiate that turn it responds like a 4-year-old after an ice cream but doesn’t drive you crazy.
Turning Experience/Carving: With the proper pressure on the back foot when riding groomers the YES Pick Your Line does a solid job carving. In the past, there were a lot of boards out there with less camber out there so the PYL stood out more. Recently, there are a lot of boards out there with more camber going on so the PYL doesn’t quite have the spring of some boards like the Flight Attendant or Mullair. That being said, it is still a strong and competent board to make good laid back turns on and it’s still a very rewarding experience.
Speed: The base has upper tier glide and with a little wax, it keeps its speed in most conditions. Then you add the stiffer flex and pretty damp personality underfoot you get a good board for those who want to bomb.
Uneven Terrain: The old YES Pick Your Line can handle micro bumps on hard snow well but not exceptional but it rips through a bump line. If you make a wrong turn or are into bumps the PYL kills it here. It isn’t bad either in tracked up snow and chunder. It doesn’t buck you around as some boards can. Like I said when talking about the flex the wood top sheet takes a lot of that rubbery personality that you normally feel with a lot of YES boards but it still absorbs what’s going on underfoot pretty well.
Powder: I’m super surprised at how well the Yes Pick Your Line floats in the deepest of deep. It’s almost up there with some of my favorite powder specific rides and it’s almost devoid of rear leg burn when set all the way back. It’s not very set back on side cut but it has a good bit of a set back on board. At 22.5″ wide you can get a difference of 5″ between nose and tail making it 2.5″ back from the center on board. That isn’t amazing for a freeride board (only a little further back than all-mountain boards like the Ghost, Standard and YES Not So Basic) but thanks to the taper and big as nose it floats better than some boards I’ve tried with 3.5″ inches back from the center of the board. If you surf, it feels like a performance thruster that wants to smack the lip as hard as you can. Whatever is going on with this boards design makes the tail sink well and you feel more back on board/slashy/surfy than you would think. It just feels easy and even in up to 3′ of powder I wasn’t struggling to keep the nose up. It feels like the exact opposite of boards like the YES Hybrid, Y, and Optimistic which have a wider more cruisy feel in the deep stuff. One isn’t better than the other. It’s just different and all about personal preference.
Switch: Doable but not great.
Jumps: Medium to medium-strong pop and it’s great for those who want to launch off natural terrain.
Pipe: I love riding the pipe with the Yes Pick Your Line because it grabs well and drives very well from wall to wall. Recently the pipe where I ride doesn’t have a real vertical lip and it’s been super fun to carve the walls with this board. If you don’t ride switch much in the pipe and like a more surfy/slashy directional approach to the pipe then the PYL will be fun.
So all in all the Yes Pick Your Line really makes for a great daily mostly directional driver in about any condition you face on the mountain.
YES Pick Your Line Past Reviews
The Yes Pick Your Line has been redesigned for 2016 and has a more directional freeride feel to it even though it has less set back this year. It’s also more lively underfoot and not as stiff which isn’t bad because the old PYL was pretty stiff. The 2017 is the same as the 2016 model.
2016-2017 Yes Pick Your Line Snowboard Video Review
Here is a breakdown of what is different from the 2016 SWS made Yes Pick Your Line vs.the 2015 GST Yes PYL:
- There is a new softer flex that still is fast and aggressive but more dynamic and snappy
- The set back changed from -20 to -10 on the side cut but it’s still almost -70mm (-2.75″) back on the board which is pretty far back for even a freeride board.
- The nose seems bigger than the older models and the tail seems smaller.
- There is more taper in the tail
- The YES PYL has a new side cut that I think they call “Tapered Underbite”. It’s a series of mini side cuts/indention’s that improve edge hold as well as help the board hold better on the back end of the board.
So it’s only got a little bit of the old PYL personality. With the revived all mountain Optimistic in the line the PYL could go a little more freeride and be a little more directional in nature.
Conditions: Good snow to crappy varied spring conditions
Riders: James, Peter, Jimbo
Boots: Burton SLX, Salomon F3.0, Burton Fiend LTD
Bindings: Burton Diode, Union Atlas, Flux SF
Set Up: Centered and set all the way back. 23″ wide 15 front 0 back and 15 front -9 back.
Approximate Weight: Felt on the light side of normal.
On Snow Feel: There is a different feel this year with the newly designed SWS YES Pick Your Line compared to the older GST made models. At first we all were expecting the old Yes Pick Your Line that felt like it was almost a double ender all mountain ride but this year other than the reduced set back it’s got a more tapered surfy freeride feel to it. Most of our crew was not 100% comfortable with it on the first day we rode it but after I had a week with it on my own I started to get it and really like it. It’s just very different than the old ride I was very familiar with so it took some getting use to. It’s not catchy but has a great camber feel to it. It’s a nice amount of camber vs. rocker so it’s stable and less forgiving.
Powder: The Yes Pick Your Line is a slashy surfy Powder board and I finally got to give it a spin in 1.5 -2 feet of light Sierra Powder. The upgrades to the tech make this a better powder board than the old PYL and it’s got a more floaty surfy ride. With the addition of the Optimistic as a set back all mountain board the PYL got a little more directional and tapered making it an easier floating board. The additional taper tech they call Tapered Underbite, smaller tail and bigger nose will float well in just about any kind of deep snow including the thick Sierra Cement we see. Even though The Yes Pick Your Line only has a -10mm set back on the side cut but the setback on the board is almost -70mm. That means you can get way back on the tail and really surf this board. It’s a very slashy quick ride that excels in the trees or tight spots but it can still straight line a chute no problem or make wide turns on a big open face. I’m happiest riding this in steep chutes or tight tree lines but it’s pretty fun in wide open runs. If you surf it’s like having your favorite short board when it’s head high and good shape.
Turn Initiation and Carving: So the 2016 Yes Pick Your Line turns a little quicker and has a little more of a lively spring from edge to edge. If you enjoy making all kinds of turns then the Yes Pick Your Line is a solid choice. It’s not easy to skid turns but its really fun for those who turn correctly. Carving is fun and if you get a little more weight on the tail as you get more into the carve it really engages and feels good. Before I found that more responsive bindings were better for the PYL but now I’m feeling that the board turns so quickly that all you need is a good shock absorbent medium response binding.
Speed: Still fast and bomby but just a little bit less damp than the previous models. The base has a nice glide to it when waxed that holds it’s speed for a while.
Uneven Terrain: More improvement here than past models. Very good with riding all day at a resort and it weaves in and out of all kinds of messy snow very well.
Edge Hold: There is a noticeable difference in how the 2016 Yes Pick Your Line board grabs with the Tapered Underbite tech and it holds in hard snow without grabbing too much in softer snow. It grabs softer snow more than the older model but still doesn’t make it feel sticky.
Flex: Nice snappy medium stiff flex that is easier to butter/press than the older models. The old model use to be very stiff and now this feels more med/stiff which is good. The old board felt a bit too stiff.
Switch: Not as good switch with the more directional design. Even though the stance is more centered it’s not quite as easy switch as it use to be.
Jibbing: No thanks.
Pipe: The edge hold is there and if you are a directional pipe rider I think you might really like this board. It drives from wall to wall really well.
Jumps: Nice pop off the tail and very good for everything but landing switch.
So all in all the Yes Pick Your Line’s factory change allowed them to change up the board a lot and even though we had a bit of a rough start but a really strong finish. It’s the kind of board I’d like to have in my quiver and hope to get some slashy surfy pow riding in the trees with it this year.
The 2015 to 2013 Yes Pick Your Line Review
Made in Austria by GST
The Yes Pick Your Line is a great board for anyone who lives for powder days but also loves to carve groomers as well and one of our favorites. It’s got a nice balance between freeride and aggressive all mountain and can make a wide variety of aggressive riders happy.
The newer Yes Pick Your Line models are better built, more expensive, stiffer, has more camber and is more aggressive than the previous models. The production model came from a new manufacturer (GST)and went exactly the opposite way. There camber in the 2013-2015 models extends further past the bindings than in the previous models. Not much has changed between the 2013 to 2015 models. The 2013 and 2015 models are a little bit stiffer than the 2014 but all are very close in terms of flex and ride.
Size: 159 and 161
Conditions: Everything from hard pack to 3+ feet of thick sierra snow.
Riders: James, Peter, Kyle, Jimbo,Mary and a few others,
Boots: Burton Ion, Burton SLX, Burton Imperial, Nike Kaiju, DC Judge, Nike Zoom Ites, Burton Ruler, Salomon Synapse
Bindings: Burton Cartel, Burton Cartel Limited, Burton Diode, Flux SF45, Burton Genesis, Now IPO, Now Drive
Set Up: Many stances but mostly set back 15-18 front and 0 to -9 on the back.
On Snow Feel: The new GST Yes Pick Your Line has more of a technical riders appeal. It’s now got a great bomber groomer carving board feel to it than the older models with less camber. It’s still pretty forgiving although not as forgiving as before and it makes a guy who loves powder but also carving up groomers very happy. Very stable and just a little bit catchy like a mellow camber board. Its the kind of board that still allows you to cruise, hit powder make great short radius to carving turns or pick it up to bomb a very steep groomer or chute.
Powder: The GST Yes Pick Your Line has a less pronounced rocker and more pronounced camber which makes it a little more work in powder than the older models. Still I had a few deep days and if it’s set all the way back you still get an easy float. It’s hard to say what is better. Some will appreciate the extra pop in pow and others will appreciate the extra float. To me this was such an excellent powder board it was worth loosing some float to get the more aggressive camber carving feeling when its not dumping. It makes this more of a balanced board for in and out of powder now.
Turn Initiation and Carving: The new GST made model offers a much more aggressive camber feel to it that gives you more spring out of your turn and it really wants to carve. Short radius to medium radius turns are still quick but they take a little more work to do so. There is a more springy reward out of the turn though due to the camber and it makes the ride a lot more fun all over the mountain.
Speed: The newer Model offers a different base that doesn’t seem to be as fast as the older models. It just doesn’t have that glide in the flats that it use to but the board is just as damp. The 2014 and 2015 is faster and has more of a glide to it but all are fast when waxed.
Uneven Terrain: This is a pretty stiff board so it’s not ideal for those that are use to softer all mountain or all mountain freestyle boards but if you are use to stiffer aggressive freeride boards then this will surprise you and negotiate big bumps you might find on the way to a powder stash very well.
Edge Hold: The edge hold is great for about any condition except for those that ride in hard to icy conditions all the time. It still holds in ice but just doesn’t have that deep grip that magnetraction does. That being said it’s so much easier to ride in powder than the more aggressive ice specialist Magnetraction side cuts because it doesn’t grab when it’s thick or softer snow. It’s got a “mellow magnetraction” side cut for 2013 and a disruptive” side cut for 2014. They are both a little different but the result is the same great edge hold.
Flex: The GST Yes PYL is more springy but not an easier flexing board. It’s got the kind of snappy feel you would expect for a board of this price range. It’s not really a butter or press kind of board but instead its an ollie on the mountain and bomb kind of flex. In other words it’s a pretty aggressive flex.
Switch: Not the easiest board to ride switch if you compare it to the Yes Jackpot but for a directional freeride board it’s got a good thing going. If you center up the stance it’s not bad but it’s definitely different. Most will ride this set back and most will not ride this switch but if you do set back it’s very different.
Jibbing: Not really a board we ever took in the jib park.
Pipe: This could be a great pipe board for those aren’t into riding in the pipe switch. It drives well wall to wall and it’s edge hold grips.
Jumps: The GST made Yes Pick Your Line has much more spring when it comes to an ollie and offers more pop off a natural feature on the mountain. It’s still ok if you center the stance but jumping requires you to be a little more on your game. All of would much rather be on the Greats in this situation. If you are a camber fan you will really like this but if you lean more towards mostly rocker boards you wont.
All in all the 2013-2015 Yes PYL are great rides but each year the ride keeps getting a little better. I think this years PYL is probably the call but it’s pretty close.
2012 and Below Yes Pick Your Line Review
Sizes Reviewed- 156, 159 and 161
This video review is of the 2013 Demo Model with less camber so it’s going to be more aggressive. This is more like the 2012 model than the 2013.
Conditions: Everything from deep powder to hard pack.
Riders: James (owned the 161) Jimbo, Peter, Mary, Kyle, Eli and a few others.
Boots: Burton SLX, DC Status, Nike Kaiju, Burton Ion, Burton Imperial, Nike Zoom Ites
Bindings: Union Atlas, Burton Diode, Union Force SL, Flux SF 45
Set Up- Most of the time we rode it set back some or all of the way. A few times we centered the stance. We have set the width from 21 inches to 23.5 inches wide and a few in between. Stance angles have been 15 front -12 back, 18 front -9 back 15 front -6 back 18 front -3 back and a few others as well.
On Snow Feel: The PYL is a powder board that could do well when it isn’t snowing. It’s stable between the feet and it’s easy to one foot off the chair or flat base.
Powder: The YES Pick Your Line is pretty much un-sinkable. Even this little 156 handled two heavy guys in over a foot of powder and kept up with people who were riding much bigger boards. Later on we had some powder time with the 159 and 161. The feeling was surfy but not soo off the tail surfy that it felt squirrely. If you surf it was like a surfing a short board compared to most boards being a skate board or wake board. We really liked the way the board was designed to handle powder. The huge nose could stay a float in almost any depth of powder but it has a very quick turning slashy way about it’s self. We have tested this in anything from trees to tight chutes to wide open faces and in every place it performed admirably.
Turn Initiation and Carving– Really fun to and easy to initiate quick turns. None of us felt uncomfortable making turns when riding through trees. Making big carving turns in the powder or on groomers is really fun as well. When it comes to carving the slight Taper is noticeable when making carving turns but not terrible compared to other tapered boards we have experienced.
Speed: A super fast base and super damp board made the Pick Your Line a very fast board. We had no problems with either boards at higher speeds. The fast base keeps the speed in the flats as well as picks up speed rather quickly when you want to start going. This is one of it’s better qualities and both years have it.
Uneven Terrain: All years handle chop extremely well and aren’t bad at the end of a crowded tracked up shitty rutted day. Especially for the flex.
Approximate Weight– It felt right in the middle. Nothing tugging on your knee on the chair but it’s not blowing with a light breeze either.
Edge Hold: Tapered boards like this have a tendancy to wash out on the tail some times when you need it. This taper is so minor that there is minimal to no wash out. The mellow magnetraction really increases edge hold and makes this do great in all but icy conditions. In most conditions you want to ride you never feel like it’s going to wash out and it’s a confidence inspiring ride.
Flex: The 2012 Pick Your Line had more of a heavier old school stiff flex like the YES Optimistic from 2011.
Switch: The nose and tail are pretty different so riding switch is not the same. Still you can ride switch if you need to. On a powder day with the stance set back it’s average but when the stance is centered or close to it on a groomer day it’s pretty good switch. It’s still different but you don’t feel like it’s a tapered ride. It feels closer to a double ender.
Pipe: If you center out the stance more and set it up more like an all mountain board the Pick Your line is a good amount of fun in the pipe. The edge Hold is pretty solid and it’s fun to ride the pipe with. Especially if you are a directional pipe rider.
Jumps: Of course this is great hitting a jump off natural terrain but if you center the stance and hit the park it’s not as bad as you would think. When it comes to ollie power the PYL isn’t super springy but it’s not completely dead either. We’d say it’s on the better side of average.
Overall we were very very impressed with the YES Pick Your Line and felt it’s probably one of the better boards in a freeride/powder category. It makes for one of our most recommendable freeride boards but it also has an all mountain after taste. For us the more aggressive 2013 model is the call.
A Womens Opinion on the Demo model as well. Treat this like a 2012 model review as well.
A Quick Look at the 2013 Demo Model that looks like the Production Model with DCP telling us about it.
A Quick Look at the 2012 Model.
YES Pick Your Line Specs
YES Pick Your Line Images
YES Company Information
YES Pick Your Line User Reviews
Full On Fun
I bought this in a 2018, 162cm to help me keep progressing on the groomers while playing around off piste. It doesn’t disappoint and I agree with the majority of what’s already been said in the reviews.
The only things I can add are from the perspective of a less experienced rider. I took a risk getting this board as I’m an intermediate and I think it will only really shine under more advanced riders than me. It can go a lot harder and faster than I can push it and sometimes riding it slower feels like hard work.
It’s a stiff deck and I need some speed to help butter and ollie the board when playing around. Like the other reviewers, I did feel the tail can be slashy, especially when set back on board. I found though that you don’t need much set back to achieve big improvements to floating in powder and for some reason narrowing my stance by 1/2 inch and centering things up gave me a good balance of float and smooth carving.
My particular board is also a bit heavy. I can’t feel it when riding fast but It’s really noticeable when sitting on the chair. Comparing it to my Jones MT 161W with the same bindings, I’m surprised It’s noticeable, but it is. All boards vary a bit though so mine could be unusual.
Overall I think this board achieves it’s intended purpose really well.
YES PYL 2017
Short and simple. This board has upped my riding ability. The faster you go, the more locked in this board rides. Handles pow and groomers equally EXCELLENT. I have yet to have the edge give out. If you want a one board quiver, this is it! I'm not kidding this board is a beast!
I have the PYL 159. Definitely my favorite board so far. I used to have a hovercraft 156 and a landlord 159, sold both. This board absolutely rips in pow, holds edge on ice/hardpack and remains predictable in chunder. I cant tell you how many times I thought I was toast but this board either held or turned fast enough to keep me out of trouble.
It's stiff but not a plank, my Burton Genesis bindings seem to work very well with it, although I could see you going with something stiffer.
I can't speak to the durability yet as I've only ridden it about 10 days but so far so good. The base is also very fast even when unwaxed.
To sum up, if you're not hitting the park, this board does it all. Stoked!
I have a 2018 PYL in size 162 and it is my favorite board I have ever owned. It handles the steepest and deepest off piste activity I can throw at it in BC and is still quite agile. The 162 length makes it a little cumbersome in tight trees but it's quick edge to edge and quite light so it's more than manageable. The base is extremely fast and as James said, the majority black color allows for clean and easy repairs. I love this board so much I will more than likely be picking up a 159 as well for a little bit more ease in tight trees. This board is also great for throwing in some freestyle off natural terrain or side hits. Overall I couldn't be more pleased.
Poor Craftsmanship with worst customer service
Bought a 2018 PYL because the good ride reviews have served me well in the past. I think their review was on point, it rode great my first day. On my second day I noticed my edge was splitting from my side wall which I found odd considering I had an uneventful day. I submitted a warranty claim and I was told it was clearly impact damage and they will not cover it. Well considering, this board is expensive I had to deal with it as is. The board made it to day 5. I really hope I was just sold a lemon because charging 600 dollars for this fragile of a board is outrageous. Lastly, what infuriates me more than anything is the fact that YES would not speak with me directly or allow me to send them the board so they could evaluate it in person. My warranty claim was rejected based on pictures alone.
In conclusion, this board does ride well, but there is no way I would recommend anyone to buy this product when it falls apart so easily and the company does not stand behind its work.
Update to my review below
Update to my review below:
My issue got sorted out eventually and I got a brand new board as replacement. It seems that the problem was with the dealer, not with YES. The guys at YES acknowledged immediately that indeed it was a manufacturing issue and in one week I got my new board.
As a conclusion, I take back what I said about their customer service. They admitted to the issue and assured me it wasn't a general issue with their boards, but "bad luck". Furthermore, I know other people who ride this board and they never had my issue.
Very fragile, sloppy manufacturing, bad customer service
I rode this board for almost a month, until base delamination started to occur. I sent the board back to the authorized dealer, but the guys at Yes refuse to exchange the board because of "impact damage", although there are absolutely no impact signs around the delamination, except of course minor scratches on the base.
Also, the base is extremely fragile and susceptive of damage. What I mean ia that you would leave a mark if you pushed your nail into the base hard enough. Imagine what a rock would do.
Otherwise, the board rides very good (actually one of the best boards I've ridden in terms of feel). But because of the very bad customer service and fragility, I will never touch another Yes product again and I advise you to do the same. Email me if you want pictures or had similar problems.
A truly great super fast, super manoeuvrable, stable, fun board. Highly recommend. Ridden in a variety of conditions in Japan and AU and never had cause for complaint. Next stop North America. Awesome in powder, fun on groomers and stable on harder packed snow/icy conditions.
Bindings: Flux DS
YES PYL 2017 (SIA)
Even though YES made no changes for the PYL for 2017 (except for the graphic), this board still stands out as one of the best boards for next year. I have tried the 159, and for the size I was shocked about how nimble it is. The edge-to-edge response is fantastic, it can do tree runs without any problems and it flows in the powder amazingly. Also, this board is perfect for those who just like to point it down, and bomb through groomers. It carves like a beast and it’s one of the best groomer boards I have ever ridden, even though it is more designed for backcountry. If you surf, Imagine this is a gunner that is ready to go down into some steep giant wave, but it can also be nimble and playful when riding shorties (or trees when it comes to snowboarding). The Tapered Underbite technology also gives you an incredible amount of edge hold, and will hold an edge even in the iciest conditions.
Set it for the conditions
When I first started riding this board I had the both bindings right forward and it felt VERY catchy and tiring to turn. This is a directional board and setting it up like a twin is not advisable. So after setting the bindings back, it became a completely different beast! The further you set the bindings back the looser the board becomes. When they're set right to the very back the board turns VERY quickly so if your not used to a loose board or your legs feel like noodles from a long day in the pow, you can lose control quite easily!
Immediately after a wax, this board is like a sports car. Incredibly quick and responsive as hell! Enjoy!