Austen Sweetin counts on the Yes Jackpot Snowboard to help him throw down on huge park jumps that would make most people crap their pants. A twin shape gives it freestyle sensibilities, while a hybrid camber profile and aggressive feel keep it ready to tackle any terrain you put it in. Plus, Yes added a new design element this year to make it the best Jackpot yet. New this season and exclusive to the Jackpot, the MidBite pulls the board's outline in slightly just inside the insert pack. This gives the board the responsive feel and edge to edge quickness of a narrower waisted board while still maintaining the stability of a wider board. The CamRock profile features mellow camber between the bindings for pop and power, with rocker at the tip and tail for float in pow and a catch free feel on hardpack. Poplar in the core keeps it lightweight and lively, and triax glass gives the board a responsive, aggressive feel. The sintered base is fast and absorbs wax well to help you clear the big kicker, and it's durable to resist damage from rails in the park and stumps hidden beneath the snow.