Emitting fun all over the mountain.
The Gnu Carbon Credit leaves its footprint all over the mountain, along with its true-twin, freestyle influence. Utilizing BTX technology (Banana plus Magnetraction), this playful board will slay everything in front of it from the park to pow, leaving nothing untouched—except your lunch money.
- Banana Tech rocker profile is the one that started it all—rocker between your feet and flat zones extending to the contact points for a super-loose, catch-free feel
- Magnetraction edges adds traction to all snow types with multiple contact points, making it possible to ride hardpack with a rocker board without falling on your ass
- True-twin shape serves up even-feeling freestyle geometry no matter which way you point it
- Biaxial fiberglass layup provides a softer, freestyle-friendly torsional flex for holding while pressing and buttering
- Flex adjusts by size to offer an overall medium flex dictated by suggested rider weight per length of board
- Handbuilt in the USA
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I was looking for a good quality true twin for a big guy to progress on. I bought my Carbon Credit 162 late in the season. I was able to take it out only once, the last day of the season at Hunter Mountain. First thing I noticed was that this board is very stable on straight runs and carves very easily due to the Banana Tech rocker. Also, riding switch is easy with the true twin profile and centered stance which among boards of this size is hard to find. Carbon Credit is a great value, cool board that will help me progress very fast next season. My step is to find a board for my daughter, with the same rocker, and construction but smaller.
Hi, Im 5'8 168ibs and wear a size 11-11.5...
Hi, Im 5'8 168ibs and wear a size 11-11.5 boot. I just learned how to snowboard last year but I picked it up very quickly and in no time was linking turns and carving. I am looking for a first time board, is this a good choice? Also, would I need a wide?
It would be tough to find a better board to learn and grow with than the Carbon Credit! It makes a great beginner board, but it's meant to be a great all-around board for someone on a budget.
Hey man, I own this board and I am a self-taught boarder myself. We're actually about the same size to im about an inch shorter and 10 lbs heavier. This is a good choice if you like both schredding down the side of mountain and goofing around in the park. Definitely a forgiving board that you grow more and more confident in riding each time you go out.