Known for offering park-to-peak performance at a bargain price, the Gnu Carbon Credit Wide Snowboard has been a go-to choice of finance-savvy riders for years. This wide version gives big-footed riders a stable, toe drag-free platform for taking their skills across the whole mountain, and it comes at a price that leaves money leftover for post-shred burritos all season. Built with a BTX profile, this board has a magical blend of rocker between the bindings and mellow camber outside the bindings for enhanced float in powder, catch-free buttering on hardpack, and response and stability at high speeds. Magne-Traction technology takes it up a notch with edges that are serrated to confidently hold an edge on bulletproof slopes, letting you lay down high-speed carves and stomp tricks on icy landings while everyone else is washing out. Its asymmetrical sidecut employs a more pronounced sidecut on the heel side to make your heelside carves feel just as powerful as your toeside turns, giving it just one more weapon in the battle for all-mountain victory. The use of a biax and triax glass and fiber reinforcement combination gives this board a long life and plenty of pop, and the sustainably harvested wood core is lightweight and strong for all-season durability. The extruded base is easy to repair so you don't have to get a whole new board on account of a few dings from rocks and rails. Plus, it's built right here in the USA using sustainable materials and techniques to help you lessen your impact on the environment.
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