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Cramming a gigantic surface area into a pint-sized board, the Yes. 420 Snowboard offers effortless float and maximum mobility in the deepest powder. Shattering misconceptions about riding powder on a radically shorter board, the 148-centimeter 420 has about the same surface area as a typical 160-centimeter board. The result is amazing powder flotation with the super-agile feel of a much smaller board when you're carving between tight trees and cranking spins off cliff drop and natural hits.

Stuffing incredible float into a small package,  the 420's stubby-short shape measures a whopping 286-millimeters at the waist. This incredible width lends extra surface area to the board, giving you the float of a much larger deck without the unwieldy turning radius or extra swing weight. Next, you'll notice the board's spoon-like nose rises early, keeping you floating over bottomless pow, not helplessly submerged beneath it. The last feature that radically enhances float is the 420's tapered shape (16-18 millimeters, depending on size) with a slightly set-back stance. This slight set-back and moderate dose of taper work in conjunction with the large, early-rise nose, keeping you floating across the deepest powder stashes without having to lean in the backseat just to stay upright.

New for this year, the 420 features a Weightless core made of smooth-flexing poplar and super-light paulownia. Triax fiberglass keeps the board torsionally responsive at high-speeds. And because it's designed as a single-minded powder board, the 420 features a Sintered Spec base that glides across the deepest snow to prevent you from bogging down, especially across flat sections at the bottom of the mountain.

  • Super-wide, tapered directional shape
  • Powrock profile
  • Weightless core (poplar, paulownia)
  • Triax fiberglass
  • Sintered Spec base
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Stable float machine!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've got about 5 days on this board, in both deep powder, chop, and plain old groomers. First day on groomers, very surprised this how board handles and turns, felt very responsive and stable. To be honest, I did not like this board initially in the chop or pow, took some getting used to for sure. When you look down and see 2+" of board sticking out on your toes and heels it just looks plain weird, this board is like a wide board for someone who wears a size 15 shoe. But, once you settle in and learn that this board takes a little more effort to get on your edges, the magic starts unfolding. It's almost impossible to go over the bars on this board, even though it's only 152cm, which blew my mind. Landing big airs into crud and pow, just lean back and you will land stable and pop over everything that's comes your way. One of the most unique boards I've ever ridden and it cruises like a tank over any terrain, but in a playful way.

I just wish the tail was 25% more stiff, but I still give it 5 stars. I'd highly recommend giving this board a try, one of the most fun boards I've ever ridden.

I got the 152 size, I normally ride a 159-160 board.

152 or 148cm? Im 6' 220, wanna ride this in all sorts of conditions, will it carve on groomers?

Jared,



Great question. At your height and weight, the 152cm would be the way to go. It'll give you some more float in powder than the 148cm.



From my experience the stubby powder boards handle pretty well on hard pack. This one is a bit wider than most others so it'll be slower edge to edge. Let me know if you've got any other questions.

I'm 5'11.5" and 175-180ish lbs. Which size?

Tyler,



152 might be a good size for you on a normal board, but a 148 in this board is roughly equivalent to 158cm on a board with normal waist width. The 152cm is going to feel like a boat. I would highly recommend the 148 for you unless you normally enjoy riding a 160+cm board.