Gnu T2B Snowboard

Gnu T2B Snowboard
Gnu T2B Snowboard
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T2B Snowboard by Gnu
The Gnu T2B Snowboard delivers exceptional all-mountain performance and surely lives up to its name, riding from the top of steep, powdery pitches to the bottom of the terrain park. Gnu fitted this jack-of-all-trades board with their C2e profile and a medium flex that delivers pop and power while staying forgiving to master new park tricks and add float for riding powder. The C2e profile features a blend of rocker between your feet and elliptical camber under your bindings to create a forgiving, floaty feel that still offers tons of response, pop, and control. The true-twin shape offers the ability to land or ride switch easily, and the asymmetrical design offers a deeper heelside sidecut for increased control and edge hold on your heels for loading your spins off jumps or carve deep on groomers. Magne-Traction edges further your ice performance by lengthening the contact of the edge to grip on hardpack. A lightweight and strong blend of aspen and paulownia wood provides a snappy feel, and a sintered base keeps you moving fast though slush and powder alike.

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SKU: GNUL11K
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