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Progress from rookie to pro on this rocker board.

The Gnu Carbon Credit BTX Series Snowboard features Banana Technology and Magne-Traction, which means this board feels loose and catch-free, and it presses rails and jibs like a champ. When you take the twin-shaped Gnu Carbon Credit to the slopes, the Banana rocker ensures this board floats powder effortlessly and charges through chunky snow without folding.
  • Banana Technology (rocker) lets you stomp your board flat for tip-to-tail edge contact and enhanced control
  • Magne-Traction serrated edges give you unreal control and edge-hold, even on icy terrain
  • UHMW double-sintered sidewalls won�t succumb to jibbing abuse
  • GNU made the core from sustainable wood for less environmental impact
  • Bases come in assorted colors�we can�t guarantee what color you�ll get, but we�re sure you�ll be stoked

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5 5

Board changed my life

can turn on the drop of a dime. Great on ice. Rode hard in trees and was extremely durable. Fell in love with this board instantly.

im 6 foot and i want to buy the 153 it's...

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im 6 foot and i want to buy the 153 it's that ok?

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Your weight is going to be the deciding factor, not really height. Check the sizing chart to see what length you should be after.

I'm 6'2", but I've been riding a 156cm...

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I'm 6'2", but I've been riding a 156cm board for 3 years and am looking for a better board, I don't do park, I'm more all mountain, My boot size is either a 12 or 13, can't remember, would my bindings even fit on this board?

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I would go for a wide board for your boot size. You dont want to use risers as you will lose the close to board feel. Nothing worse than catching toes right in front of the honies.

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your bindings will probably fit the board, but your going to have toe drag if you arent riding a wide board, usually people with boot sizes of 12 and up should ride a wide board

Is this board very fast? I do a lot of all...

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Is this board very fast? I do a lot of all mountain, and a lot of bombing hills, is this puppy a bit slower or does it get goin?

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Use One ball Jay wax and you shouldn't have a problem.

im 166cm tall (around 5ft 3inches) and was...

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im 166cm tall (around 5ft 3inches) and was wondering wat size board would be suitable to ride?

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Get the 150. It'll be the best for your height.

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Well, how big are your feet? Just going by your height, I would say a 150, but if you have big feet (larger than 9), you would have to go longer.

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regarding snowboard sizing, your weight/strength and your skill level are more important than your height.

Should i get the 150 i weigh 102 and i...

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Should i get the 150 i weigh 102 and i want it last for atleast 1 or 2 seasons...would it work

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102? that is super light, I would roam around the 140's to be have more fun, it's a drag when you're lugging to much wood around(well for some it's good)
Good luck

Is there a size limit on the bindings that...

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Is there a size limit on the bindings that can fit on this board? I wear size 11-12 boots and I want to make sure that the bindings wont be too big for the waist of the board. Any suggestion on which bindings go well with this?

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There is a not a size limit per-say but the waist width on the 156 is 252 millimeters or 9.9 inches. Use that to measure your bindings. Most people 11+ will go to a wide board.

Write your question here... How soft is...

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Write your question here... How soft is this board, just looking for all mountain freestyle, powder, park and fun

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This board would be perfect for you, its got a medium flex so it would be good for both freestyle n all mountain, and because its got btx it will float amazingin powder, i rode last years model and i loved it, solid board, and you cant go wrong with gnu, they make the best boards out there.

Can somebody tell me which board would be...

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Can somebody tell me which board would be the best choice for a jib rocker/reverse camber board thats fairly easy to press but doesnt let down on jumps. Im looking at the k2 parkstar, the gnu carbon credit and the nitro sub zero

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based off past years boards the CHB or newly renamed carbon credit BTX has really soft. I know it could handle jibs but it might be iffy on the jumps

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i'd go with the parkstar, the gnu is more of a all mountain board.

5 5

Great Board

Got this board as a replacement when my 2008 chb mtx snapped. Gnu has a great replacement warranty and replaced it even when i had used it an entire season. The chb mtx was a great board and i cant wait to test out this one

Hey anyone know how this and the skate...

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Hey anyone know how this and the skate banana compare?

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I had this board when it was the CHB MTX, and its a pretty mellow board. Pretty fun, but slower because of the base and the flex is about an average flex, probably softer now that it has rocker. Sorry I can't help much more

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The skate banana is a much softer board than the carbon credit, more jib specific,if you were doing more all mountain/jumps id go with the CC but if all you do is ride park/rails/etc id go with the banana, other than the flex they are pretty much the same they both have btx and mtx.

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good all terrain board, sick when on ice and hard pack because of the magnetraction, good flexibility and pretty much all over, a damn good board