Just because you have big feet doesn't mean you should be stuck riding some big-mountain plank. The Gnu Riders Choice C2-PBTX Wide Snowboard was built for big-footed riders who like to rip everything from powder to park. Although it has freestyle in its DNA, the Rider's Choice is also a natural when it comes to powder, pipe, and pillows. Basically, it'll rip whatever the hell you point it at.Sporting an asymmetric design, it features a deeper heelside sidecut, a shorter heelside contact length, and an asymmetric flex to make your heelside turns as powerful and natural feeling as your toeside turns. Magne-Traction keeps you glued to the snow when you're laying down carves on icy slopes. The 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. The core features aspen wood running down the middle for lightweight strength and a poplar blend on the toe edge for pop and response, and paulownia on the heel edge for smooth carves. UHMW sidewalls ensure durability, and the sintered base is fast and retains wax well to keep you moving through flat spots and into jumps with ease. It's also made in USA by snowboarders with jobs, so you know it's good.
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