Delivers in all conditions.
The Hello was built in response to a growing demand for a true resort board. Using the same outline as the Hel YES., this new model shares the edge hold and carving ability of UnderBite to deliver performance on the groomers, side-hits and in the park. The directional twin shape allows it to float shamelessly through powder and chatter, making it a true quiver-killer.
Art by : Alun Edwards
Alun Edwards is a Welsh animation artist that lives in the Pyrenees. When he is not riding he draws animations for major cartoons. He took some time to put his talent towards his passion and designed a couple boards for YES.
Flex rating: 6/10
Better edge hold and easier turns
Redistributing rider weight and input power, UnderBite enhances turning ease and edge hold.
By having the edge pulled back a couple of millimeters at the binding area acts like a gaz pedal or a segregated knife, enhancing the cutting power of the edge. While you are turning on hard packed snow you need an insertion point to ease the edge in an then you need the edge to drive thus we have only a couple inlays because once you’ve engaged your edge you are driving your turn. UnderBite allows you to have that extra leverage to apply power to the edge where you want to. From nose to tail you have a better edge control and a smoother drive.
Our baseline core for tip to tail woodcore snowboard construction. Strikes a predictable balance between durability, consistent flex and light weight.
DIRECTIONAL CAMROCK 2-3-2
Just like it says. Pellets or course powder are pressed until they form a solid. There are several suppliers for our entire industry, and each have different codes for them depending on the color and transparency. These codes can make it seem like you’re getting many different 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 often and prepared for local conditions."
Know your Specs
|Board Length (cm)||146||149||152||155|
|Surface Area (dm2)||36.2||37.3||38.1||39.3|
|Tip Length (cm)||19.5||20||20.5||22|
|Tail Length (cm)||19.5||20||20.5||22|
|Effective Edge Length (cm)||111||113||115||117|
|Contact Length (cm)||107||109||111||111|
|Waist Width (cm)||23.9||24.1||24.2||24.4|
|Tip Width (cm)||28.2||28.5||28.6||28.8|
|Tail Width (cm)||28.2||28.5||28.6||28.8|
|Rocker / Camber (mm)||R2 / C3 / R2||R2 / C3 / R2||R2 / C3 / R2||R2 / C3 / R2|
|Ref. Point (cm)||49.5||50.8||53.3||54.6|
|Ref. Point (in)||19.5||20||21||21.5|
|Ref. Stance Setback (mm)||10||10||10||10|
|Min Ref. Stance Width (cm)||45.5||46.8||49.3||50.6|
|Min Ref. Stance Width (in)||17.9||18.4||19.4||19.9|
|Max Ref. Stance Width (cm)||53.5||54.8||57.3||58.6|
|Max Ref. Stance Width (in)||21.1||21.6||22.6||23.1|
|Rider Weight (lbs)||100-140||110-150||120-160||120-170|
|Rider Weight (kg)||45-64||50-68||54-73||54-77|