Blurring the lines between powder boards and park sticks, the Gnu Dirty Pillow BTX Snowboard is a whole new animal that not only devours fresh snow, but also dominates hardpack, chunder, jumps, rails, cat tracks, ice, and anything else you might encounter in addition to the deep stuff on your typical 'pow' day at the resort.
Tried and true Banana technology allows for effortless float in powder and catch-free fun on hardpack thanks to a blend of rocker between your feet and super-subtle camber outside the bindings. Magne-Traction .5 mellows out the additional contact points to give it a looser feel without compromising its ability to maintain edge hold on icy slopes. A mid-wide width provides additional float in deep stuff, and prevents toe drag for riders with bigger boots. The aspen core is lightweight and snappy for poppy ollies and a lively feel.
- Rocker between feet with mellow camber towards tips
- True twin shape with centered stance
- Magne-Traction .5 edges
- Aspen wood core
- Sintered base
- UHMW sidewalls
- Co Ex topsheet
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Twin Pow Slayer
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have rode about 4 different boards through out the last 4-5 years. Capita Indoor Survival 152, Lib Tech Travis Rice Pro 153, Lib Tech Banana Magic HP 152 & then I came across the Gnu Dirty Pillow. I have always loved the graphics on the deck done by Tim Zimmerman.
The board it's self rides super well, I love doing half cabs and riding switch. This board accomidates my riding style very well. The float on this deck is super well, I live in Alaska and it handles large terrain pretty well. It has lots of control.
- Gender: Female
Not that it affects the board's performance at all or would affect my decision to buy it, but the previous two years graphics with the chairlifts were 52847 times cooler.