- Price: £379, $430
- Category: Park/Jib, All-Mountain
- Ability Level: Beginner, Intermediate
- Size: 152, 154, 156, 158
- Flex: 6/10
- Shape: True Twin
- Profile: CamRock
- Base: Extruded
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Why we chose the YES Dicey Snowboard: Don’t roll the dice with your snowboarding, win every round with the Dicey.
When you use the term ‘dicey’ you generally are referring to something that’s risky or unpredictable, but the YES. Dicey is absolutely anything but. New for 2020/21, the Dicey is your friendly neighbourhood freestyle snowboard that’ll take you from zero to 360 hero in no time. Those who are looking to dip their toes into the daunting waters of park riding would do well to check out this playful little party stick.
Taking much of its DNA from the award winning YES. Jackpot, the Dicey has been specc’d down to give you the helping hand you need to go from zeaching to preaching. It’s been laid up with an easier going biax glass and a more mellow profile than its big brother, but rest assured it’s just as capable in between the park ropes.
“Built around a balanced true twin shape, the Dicey has all the hallmarks of a classic freestyle snowboard”
Jumping onto a super stiff, full camber freestyle weapon because your mate saw Shaun White riding one on Instagram might seem like a good shout but it’s just gonna kick your arse and leave you with a bad taste in your mouth. No one’s born stomping cab 9’s or throwing triple corks, (not even that gingernut) these things all take time and practice, and the YES. Dicey is gonna hold your hand through the whole process.
Built around a balanced true twin shape, the Dicey has all the hallmarks of a classic freestyle snowboard. The poppy profile, forgiving tips and playful flex get ticked off immediately but where the Dicey starts to stand apart from its competitors is the inclusion of YES.’ MidBite sidecut. The tip and tail take on a wider platform, giving you more surface area to stomp landings, more space to spin off of and a stable base for pressing and buttering.