Here to help you appreciate the finer things in life, the Gnu Finest Snowboard is a freestyle trick stick that's built to show you the high life in the park and beyond. Boasting Gnu's versatile C2X profile, a twin asym shape, and a medium flex, the Finest serves up intuitive control and a boardfeel underfoot that's playful yet stable at speed to keep your freestyle abilities progressing quickly wherever you go. As it's more freestyle inclined, the Finest's C2x profile features a blend of rocker between the bindings and camber outside the bindings for enhanced float in powder, catch-free buttering on hardpack, and response and stability at high speeds, all without losing the ability to lean into proper presses. Then, its twin asymmetric sidecut features a deeper heelside sidecut to compensate for your naturally weaker heelside turns; this makes initiating heelside carves and holding and edge much easier and more natural feeling. Continuing with the asymmetrical theme, this deck's core features a mix of different woods that gives it a softer flex heelside for easier turn initiation and quicker response. The triax/biax wrap extends the board's life and supplies it with plenty of pop, while the sintered base keeps you flying through flat spots.
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