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A solid deck that won't put you too far in debt.

Built for big-footed shredders who want proven freestyle technology at an affordable price, the Gnu Carbon Credit Series Wide BTX Snowboard delivers a ride any level of rider can appreciate. The catch-free feel of Banana Tech combined with the extra edge control of Magne-Traction makes it easier than ever to learn more tricks and have more fun.
  • Banana Tech places rocker between your feet and flat zones to the tip/tail for a loose, skatey ride that floats through pow and butters like crazy
  • Magne-Traction serrated edges balance out Banana Tech's loose feel and improve edge grip in firm snow
  • Twin shape lets you throw and land tricks regular or switch

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4 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Board is super fun in Pow and hold up pretty strong to deep powerful carves. Stiffness is just right. For the price I got it, can't ask for a better board.

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I' m 185 lbs, and have size 10 on...


I' m 185 lbs, and have size 10 on boots, and my hight is 72 inch(183 cm), is it ok tu buy this board in size 156 wide?


Hey im 6' 7" about 155 lbs. and a size 15...

Hey im 6' 7" about 155 lbs. and a size 15 in shoes. Are there any boards out there for me?

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What overall dimensions of packing on...

What overall dimensions of packing on delivery (length width height weight)?

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hiya, i am a new snowboarder not really...

hiya, i am a new snowboarder not really done any snowboarding and am looking to get into while i am working in ski/snowboarding resorts as a commis chef i was wondering if anyone out there could give me some advice on what kind of boards are good for beginners i have been doing some research but some help with a point in the right direction would help

thank you very much for any help you can give me

Hi. Im 6' 180lbs with a size 12 boot....

Hi. Im 6' 180lbs with a size 12 boot. Mainly using for all-mountain with a bit of park. Would a 162cm wide board be right for me?

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I personally would rather have the 159cm and I'm almost the exact same size as you. However, I like to ride a bit more freestyle even when going all-mountain with some natural jibs, drops, spins, etc. If that isn't important and you just want to rip up the mountain with the occasional trip to the park, the 162 should be great.

Hi! I'm a beginner looking for all-mountain...

Hi! I'm a beginner looking for all-mountain board. How about this one or should I try something else? I'm 171lb/ 5'10 and wear 12 boot size. One more thing: what should be a minimum waist width of the board considering my foot size. Thanks in advance!

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Hey Mike,

While this has some advanced features it would still work great for a beginner. Magne-Traction will progress you faster with your turning while the Banana Tech rocker will keep you off your ass (most of the day). I have a size 12 as well and go down to even 252mm waist width comfortably. I wouldnt suggest anything smaller than that.

5 5

Love this board

I just bought this boards and i love it it is a great all around board for all mountain riders or freestyle riders i would recomened this board to any rider from begginer to pro!

Do you size up or down for a "rocker" style...

Do you size up or down for a "rocker" style camber board? how much do you adjust for (MM)?

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Size down 3 CM for Banana Rocker design, especially if you haven't ridden those shapes before.