Take your rail-crushing, jump-floating style from the terrain park to side hits and even to groomers all over the mountain with the Gnu Money Snowboard. The wide variation of this board allows people with larger feet to ride a shorter board without dragging their toes during hard edging. Look to the Money if you need a park board that's at home in the park, but can still excel on all of your favorite runs. To ensure that this board thrives in the park and on firm snow around the mountain, it features a hybrid rocker camber profile, medium flex, and Magne-Traction edge technology. The profile features elliptical camber under both feet for the pop and responsiveness of a traditionally cambered board, with rocker between the inserts to provide forgiveness and rideability so that you can confidently ride this board inside and outside the park. Pairing this hybrid profile with a slightly softer medium flex creates a buttery but stable board that is fun on rails and small jibs, but can still handle bigger jumps and high speeds without washing out. To further help you at high speeds the wavy edged Magne-Traction grips excellently on ice and groomers to make sure your toe edge turn doesn't turn into a knee slide. The guts of the Money also do a lot to help you up your park game and enjoy your fast laps on groomers. A sustainably harvested wood core mixes durable and poppy aspen strands with lightweight paulownia to provide you with a good blend of long term performance with weight saving so that you can shred the park from sun up to sun down. Sandwiching that wood core is both biax and triax fiberglass laminates to provide torsional rigidity for predictable edging and a consistent flex for stability at high speeds and during landings. Additionally a fast sublimated base keeps you cruising with minimal work and solid UHMW sidewalls deflect rails and rocks with minimal damage.
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