Performance for riders with big feet and small bank accounts.
Talk about ballin' on a budget. The Gnu Carbon Credit BTX Wide Snowboard features cutting edge technology to help you and your big boots shred everything on the mountain without having to take out a loan to afford it.
It starts with a BTX Banana profile, which features a magical blend of rocker between the bindings and mellow camber outside the bindings for incredible float in powder, catch-free buttering on hardpack, and response and stability at high speeds. Magne-Traction technology takes it up a notch with edges that are serrated to slice through ice likes it's fresh corduroy, so you can lay down high-speed carves and stomp tricks on icy landings while everyone else is washing out left and right. The lightweight aspen wood core is snappy for boosting big ollies and linking quick turns, and the extruded base is easy to repair so you don't have to get whole new board on account of a few dings.
- Rocker between feet with subtle camber towards tips
- True twin shape with centered stance
- Magne-Traction edges
- Aspen wood core
- Sintered base
- UHMW sidewalls
Share your thoughts
I'm 6'3", 200 lbs, size 12 boots. I...
I'm 6'3", 200 lbs, size 12 boots. I currently ride a 164 Wide board. Mostly ride East Coast groomers. Would you recommend the 162 or 165?
I'm 5'11" 176 pounds. size 11 boots. what...
I'm 5'11" 176 pounds. size 11 boots. what is the best size for me???
For your height and weight I'd be looking at a 159 or a 162.
If your more of an all mountain type of rider, I'd lean towards the 162.
If your more of a park rat, I'd lean towards a 159 or a 156 if you eat, sleep and breath the park.
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