Reshaping (literally) the idea of how a snowboard should look, the mad scientists at Gnu designed the Women's Zoid Snowboard to offer one of the most natural and intuitive riding experiences possible. It's pure bliss to carve thanks to its unique shape and precisely calculated geometry, while the asymmetric sidecuts compensate for your naturally weaker heelside turns. In addition to its asymmetrical shape, Gnu made the board directional instead of a twin, which means not only that you have to choose between goofy or regular when buying this board, depending on your stance, but also that initiating turns, laying out carves, and holding edges all feel more natural, easy, and fun than just about any other snowboard you've ever ridden. Bringing you the best of both worlds, the Zoid's rocker between the bindings gives it a forgiving feel on hardpack and helps it float in powder, while mellow camber under the inserts out to the tips offers pop, power, and reliable edge hold. Magne-Traction serrated edges create multiple and extra contact points for unbelievable grip on icy slopes. The lightweight core features aspen for strength with poplar at the toe edge to keep things crisp and paulownia on the heel for a responsive feel. And, the sintered base keeps you moving fast and holds up against the abuse it's sure to endure from hidden rocks and log rides. Plus, the Zoid is made in the USA by snowboarders with jobs, so you know it's good.
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