When Gnu rider and gold medalist Jamie Anderson needs a board for pushing progression and going bigger than usual, the Gnu Pro Choice delivers by offering high-performance and an aggressive camber profile for increased control for stomping highly technical tricks. The asymmetrical sidecut offers increased heel hold and control when you're blasting into large park features and pre-loading your spins, and a medium flex provides stability for bigger landings while still staying playful on rails. The C3 camber profile offers all of the control and power of traditional camber, with a mild rocker zone between the bindings to increase flotation in powder and forgiveness if your trick doesn't work out as planned. A layup of sustainably-sourced balsa, aspen, and paulownia woods in the core offer a lively feel while decreasing weight and maintaining strength. The triax and biax fiberglass wrap provides a consistent flex while bio-fibers increase dampening from hard landings and variable snow. Magne-Traction edges increase the contact length so that you have additional grip on hardback or icy snow, and a rock-solid sintered base keeps you blasting into features at full throttle whether you're in spring slush or powder.
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Gnu Pro Choice Snowboard - Women's
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