Gnu Billy Goat Snowboard

Gnu Billy Goat Snowboard
Gnu Billy Goat Snowboard
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Billy Goat Snowboard by Gnu
Deep in the wild mountains of the Northwest is where the Gnu Billy Goat Snowboard roams. This snarling all-mountain animal foams at the mouth when it spots steep terrain populated with pillow lines, chutes, and cliffs. Ridden to victory four times at the Mt. Baker Banked Slalom by legendary rider Temple Cummins, the Billy Goat traverses and steers its way across unpredictable snow with unwavering control and precision. The C3 profile features aggressive camber zones outside the bindings for powerful turns and poppy ollies, while mild rocker between your feet adds a forgiving feel and enhances float in powder. Gnu gave it Magne-Traction edges to ensure confident edge hold on steep, icy slopes. Its super-stiff flex ensures unwavering stability on the steepest peaks and fastest speeds. A directional shape and slightly set-back stance give you greater control when you're pointing it, without compromising your ability to ride switch. And like all Gnu boards, the Billy Goat was born and raised in the USA by snowboarders with jobs.

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SKU: GNU006P
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