Get It Before Labor Day Weekend—Order With Free 2-Day* by 5pm MT 9/2/15

Shattering misconceptions about riding powder on a radically shorter board, the Yes. 420 Snowboard crams a gigantic surface area into a pint-sized board for insane float and maximum mobility through the deepest powder. Astonishingly, the 148-centimeter version has the same surface area as a typical 160-centimeter board, giving you amazing float with much more agility for slaloming between trees and cranking spins off pillows and natural hits.

So, how did the design gurus at Yes. maximize float in such a small package? First, you'll notice the 420's insanely wide waist, which stands at a whopping 286-millimeters. This incredible width lends extra surface area to the board, giving you the float of a much larger deck without the added length for reduced swing weight and maximum mobility. Next, you'll notice the board's rockered, spoon-like nose rises early, helping to keep you on top of bottomless pow, not helplessly submerged beneath it. The last pow-enhancing feature found on the 420 is a tapered shape (16-18-millimeters, depending on size) that's slightly set-back along the effective edge. This slight set-back and taper work in conjunction with the large, rockered nose, keeping you floating over the deepest powder without 'going over the bars' or having to lean in the back-seat just to stay afloat.

And because the board is so wide, the 420 features a super-agile sidecut to avoid the dreaded 'barn door' feel of riding a super-wide deck. Both sizes have a radically tight sidecut radius that's two to three meters shorter than your average powder board, giving you snappy turns through tight trees and even on groomers when the pow's all tracked up.

  • Super-wide, tapered directional shape (16-18mm of taper, depending on size)
  • Powrock profile (6mm nose rocker blending to flat underfoot, 2mm tail rocker)
  • Featherlight core (poplar, paulownia)
  • Triax fiberglass on top, biax on bottom
  • Die-cut sintered 2000 base

Share your thoughts

What do you think of the

Yes. 420 Snowboard

? Share a...


No file chosen

Rather attach a photo from another website?

Rather attach a photo from your computer?

    Add a:
  • Share a photo
  • Share a video


Only jpg, jpeg, png, gif or bmp files please.

Now review from the App.Download

Here's what others have to say...

2015 YES 420 Snowboard Review Japan 152

Here is a short video of riding my second Yes 420 this time a 152 instead of a 148, not too much difference between the two just such and amazing tree powder board. Hope you enjoy.

5 5

This board make skiers cry

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This board has revamped my love for snowboarding. The surface area in the nose make you crush snow like Kelly Slater in the white water. Having such a long rocker and flat profile makes this bad boy easy to loft off it's edge. It spins amazing as well just dip that shoulder and wahooo 420, I mean 540.

5 5

Wish I had this board long ago!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This board will make you wish you bought it a long time ago! The float on this board is effortless, You just climb right to the top. Best part is at the end of the day if it gets a little hard out it will still hold an edge and rip down the hard pack!