The Gloss Snowboard from Gnu is an aggressive freestyle deck for riders who are pushing themselves harder and farther on jumps and rails. A medium flex makes this board an ideal fit for riders who spend a lot of their time in the park, but still demand control and performance when they take it elsewhere on the hill. The C2e profile features rocker between your feet and camber under foot to let this board thrive in the park without leaving you high and dry when you venture around the mountain on occasion. The camber underfoot bolsters a classic park performance, giving you the pop you need to get up to high rails or properly set up for big tricks on park jumps. Magne-Traction edges helps prevent washouts by gripping icy, bulletproof terrain with reliable edge hold. Inside the freestyle-focused Gloss, a sustainably-harvested wood core blends the lightweight attributes of paulownia for weight savings with reliable and poppy aspen to provide a super lightweight core that can still take a beating. A mix of triax and biax fiberglass sandwiches the core for reliable torsional rigidity and strong consistent flex from tip to tail that lets you take your mind off your board and focus on learning new tricks.
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Gnu Gloss Snowboard - Women's
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