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The 20/20 150

The 20/20 150

Art.Nr.: 642-150

Snowboard The 20/20 von YES - Powder Twin Board

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The 20/20

Powder Twin Board von YES

While filming for Absinthe in Jackson Hole last winter, Romain and Austen spelled out their demands for a board that could ride powder as well as the 420 does, but in a twin configuration that would float that well in either direction.
This began an intense design and development path that led us to one of the most mind-bending boards you’ll ever see.

The outline is unique.
A wide, short twin with nose and tail shapes that look more like a wake or kiteboard than a snowboard.
But tilt that 2 dimensional view and you see why it’s the 3D perspective that really defines this board.
Deep, pronounced concaves dominate both ends of the base and are the secret to its twin floatation prowess.
On hard-pack it’s just a short, wide, super fun twin.
Austen. Romain. The ball is in your court.

Board Features:
  • RIDERS: Early Adopters, Futurists
  • LENGTHS: 146, 150
  • SHAPE: True Twin
  • OUTLINE: Radial
  • FLEX: 4/5
  • BASE PROFILE: Powderhull
  • CORE: Weightless Core
  • GLASS: Triax
  • BASE MATERIAL: Sintered True

size: 150cm
shape: true twin
special: 3D Powder Hull
terrain: freestyle/powder
rider level: advanced/expert
flex: (1=soft/10=hard) 7
effective edge: 107cm
nose width: 32,31cm
tail width: 32,31cm
waist: 27,8cm
setback: 0cm
sidecut: n.a.


The 3D Powder Hull starts with a base profile that combines 2 distinct rocker lines that, when blended together, create a pronounced base concave in the nose and tail.
The centerline is fully rockered starting from the insert packs, all the way to the tips of the bluntly shaped nose and tail. Out at the contact edges, is a more conventional base profile that we use on many of our other boards. The resultant concave across the nose and tail acts differently at the leading end of the board than it does at the trailing end when riding in deep snow.
At the leading end (nose), the concave draws air under the board – just as a concave spoon-nose does on longboards in the surf – causing lift and floatation.
As the snow moves across the base it releases off the tail and the exaggerated rocker line along the center, causes the tail to drop downward.
So even though it’s a perfectly balanced twin, the board rides through deep snow with the same pitch, or planing angle, that we get with directional shapes and set-back stances.
On hard-pack it’s just a short, wide, super fun twin.