Apo Yeah - 2012


For those not sold on rocker or simply flat profiles the Yeah is Apo’s cambered entry level freestyle snowboard. It has a directional twin shape, because you don’t want to be confined to the park when there’s fresh snow to be ridden and combines Apo’s double flex core profile with mellow flexing biaxial fibreglass for easy pop and a soft torsional flex.

Manufacturer's Description:

To shred the park, not your wallet.  The Yeah is a board that can be ridden effortlessly;  it gives that extra confidence boost to snowboarders who want to improve their freestyle skills.  The powder inserts increases is shredding territory to the back country.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for rail riding Medium cost snowboard Camber construction Directional twin shape

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):
154, 155, 157

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Alpha Poplar Core
Biaxial fibreglass
Double Flex core profile
Powder inserts
Slanted sidewalls
Extruded base

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