Gnu Swallow Tail Carver Snowboard

Gnu Swallow Tail Carver Snowboard
Gnu Swallow Tail Carver Snowboard
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Swallow Tail Carver Snowboard by Gnu
Back before multi-million dollar terrain parks and gear-laden backcountry expeditions, there was carving. Get back to snowboarding's roots with the Gnu Swallow Tail Carver Snowboard. Combining a retro '80s shape with a 21st century engine, this board lets you rip perfect, powerful carves and make soulful slashes that will remind you just how much fun the simple turn can be. A directional shape, setback stance, and swallow-tail shape give this board a powerful feel on hardpack and nearly unsinkable float in deep snow, while a modern blend of rocker and camber offers a balanced feel that handles any type of terrain. Its mid-stiff flex offers a responsive, dynamic feel, and helps it maintain a stable feel when you're red-lining it. When conditions are less than ideal, Magne-Traction edges enhance grip so you can still carve confidently on icy slopes. From deep trench carves to powdery pillow lines, enjoy snowboarding at its most pure and fundamental level on the Swallow Tail Carver.

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