The new All-In is designed from the ground up to deliver the perfect performance for the resort rider who wants one board that can kill it no matter what or where they ride. Taking full advantage of the most up-to-date thinking in snowboard shapes and geometry, the All-In is built around a versatile directional twin shape featuring Yes's state-of-the-art tapered mid-bite edge profile. This advanced design ensures that the All-In is equally at home, regardless of where you ride. Whether you're cruising around the resort, blasting down groomers, hunting out fresh powder stashes, or even lapping the park, the All-In is in its element. Now versatile as the All-In is, it's the fact that it delivers that versatility whilst being super easy to ride that makes it stand out. Sharing the same relaxed construction as the award-winning Typo, the All-In is one board you don't have to ride hard to maximise its performance.
The All-In is aimed at intermediate to expert riders looking for a versatile all-terrain board that can take on the whole mountain.
The All-In's advanced directional twin shape has been specially engineered to give outstanding performance in every type of terrain. The longer nose and tail profile inspired by Yes's state-of-the-art powder collection gives the board class-leading levels of lift and float. However, thanks to clever engineering, Yes has achieved this float without compromising the board's overall balance, meaning you get that freeride performance while delivering an overall freestyle feel. Now one of the key elements to the All-In's unique ability to handle every terrain type is how Yes has engineered the 6mm Taper with their advanced Tapered Mid-Bite sidecut. This innovative design steps a single section of each sidecut inwards between the insert packs. This single, long disruption of the sidecut between the bindings cheats the waist width into reacting like a narrow board, providing a quick edge-to-edge response. Meanwhile, from your bindings out to the end of the sidecut, it maintains a wider board width that improves float in pow and creates a stable platform. The Step inwards on the front is deeper than the Step outwards on the back, creating a slight taper in the tail, allowing the tail to be just a little narrower than the nose but without losing the twin feel.
The All-In utilises the lightly freeride-flavoured 2-4-2 version of YES's versatile CamRock profile. With the addition of the high-volume nose, the designers can reduce the rocker in the nose allowing the contact points to engage earlier for a more responsive feel without compromising lift and float. This low rocker lift then blends into a powerful camber which, working in harmony with the low profile tail rocker, powers up the back of the board and drives it through the turn.
Sharing the same acclaimed construction as the award-winning Typo, the All-In is the perfect example of that old saying; sometimes less is more. Reading through the spec list, you don't get any headline-grabbing pointless techs many brands flag up. But you get a board manufactured using top-quality traditional snowboard construction. The durable and responsive poplar wood core is wrapped with high-quality bi-ax glass fibre. These two materials are the building blocks for a great snowboard; everything else at this price point is just fluff. This construction gives you a board that perfectly balances pop, control and playfulness. Everything that you could ever ask for with this kind of snowboard.
The low maintenance easy repair extruded base delivers excellent performance in all conditions, all without the need to be continuously waxing it.
- Directional Twin
- 6mm Taper
- 5cm Extra Length in the nose
- Centred Stance
- Tapered Mid-bite
- 1-4-1 CamRock
- Stiffness 6/10
- Poplar Core
- Bi-Ax Glass
- Sintered Type Base