Soulful turns down big mountains, stylish methods from pillow drops, and easy-floating finesse await you when you're strapped into the Gnu MullAir C3 Snowboard. The go-to choice for Swiss slayer Nicolas Muller, the MullAir offers stability, precise carving, and spring-loaded snap for launching off natural hits, charging steep faces, and ripping across deep snow. Its directional shape features a substantial set-back, combined with slight tapering, for effortless float during bottomless powder days. The powerful C3 Camber profile is predominately camber, with subtle rocker between the feet for freestyle freedom. This camber-dominant profile offers locked-in edge hold during high-speed carves, but with a bit of extra playfulness and forgiveness. Silky Smooth Bio Fiber dampening is integrated into the layup to eat up chatter and smooth out fast-paced runs, while a triax/biax fiberglass delivers torsional control and quick turn initiation. Serrated Magne-Traction edges tenaciously grip across hardpack and ice, and a strong wood core creates a light, lively feel underfoot. There's also a fast-gliding, resilient sintered base that's ideal for ripping the steep and deep.
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