The Gnu Asym Forest Bailey Head Space C3 Snowboard Wide is made for the concrete-sliding, urban-shredding, park-murdering snowboarder who needs a board that can keep up with their demands. As the most advanced park board from Gnu, this shred stick takes no shortcuts to make sure you can take your freestyle snowboarding to the next level. To follow through with these promises the Head Space features a hybrid camber profile, asymmetrical shape, and lightweight wood core. The camber profile is made up of camber underfoot and very mild rocker between the inserts to provide a classic full camber park board feel with just enough forgiveness to help avoid dreaded edge catch slams that can end your session. The asymmetrical shape is included to help you maintain an edge more consistently and easily by looking at the differences between a toe and heel edge turn. It accomplishes this by having a core that has a slightly softer flex on the heel side as well as a deeper side cut on the heel edge for better control and the potential for sharper turns. That asymmetrical core is made up of aspen and paulownia stringers that create an exceptional blend of weight saving and consistent long lasting pop for predictable performance on the next big rail or urban feature you step up to.
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