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The board that started it all! YES. Typo

The 2011 YES. Typo uses Nidecker's high grade materials and the Camrock rocker/camber profile with a medium flex for all terrain versatility and freestyle fun.

Year:
2011

Size:
154

Riding Style:
Freestyle/Park

Specifications:
Twin shape
Camrock camber/rocker hybrid profile
Power wood core
Triaxial fibreglass laminates
5000 grade sintered base

I've had this board for 3 seasons now and my Typo has been awesome. I've been riding some late season pow here at Stevens Pass, WA and even though I have my bindings set twin, it floats awesome with its rockered tips. Once everything gets tracked out and I move down to the groomers, the camber really comes into effect. The board butters really well and is super forgiving when landing jumps that you screw up. I haven't been off any huge kickers so I'm not sure how damp it would be landing something big. The base is pretty damn fast and I'm having no issues keeping speed even on the long flat catwalks. It's awesome for screwing around in the park and is surprisingly great in pow. If you are looking to hit groomers all day and lay down fat carves then this is the board for you too. I would recommend this board for beginner to advanced riders.

Included in the sale is a mint condition pair of 2012 Burton Cartel Re:Flex bindings size M. I got the bindings late season last year. They are rad!

There are Dakine Stomp Pads (9 small white pyramids) on the board that add extra protection so you don't slip off the chair lift. They work great! If you don't want them I'll take them off and you'll never know they were on the board.

I am asking $300.00 for the board and bindings, total. This package is offered at a great price. The board costs $349.99 new, the bindings were $229.99 new and the stomp pad was $10.00. The board does have some wear but it's been well cared for - I wax the base every time I go riding AND I only use DFunk wax, that is why the base has a gray-ish tint to it. It you don't know about DFunk wax - check it out, Doug makes the best wax on the market.

I will only accept cash and local (Seattle, WA) face to face sales are the only type of sale I will be making. Please feel free to ask me any questions about the board and I can take more pictures and send them to you if you like!

Thanks for reading my post!

-Steven


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And how is "K2" a key word for this?!? Bloody spammer!
it's actually been scientifically proven that people looking for arbor , burton , ride , k2 , rome , smokin , capita , never summer , dc , 32 , salomon , flux , flow , union , bent metal , tech nine , libtech , Travis Rice & gnu, end up buying 3 year old Typos.

Yep, looking for Travis Rice means you will eventually buy a Typo:laugh:
 
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