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- Directional twin shape lets the progressing all-mountain freestyler get great float in powder, but still delivers a consistent feel when riding switch
- 5 SW exterior sidewalls are laminated to five internal wood layers for a totally bombproof construction
- TNT base features a secret fluoro material that makes it the fastest available and ultra-durable
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Which size choose? My weight is 50 and i...
Which size choose? My weight is 50 and i mesure 1m64.
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This board has a loose ride, feels kinda like surfing. It would be GREAT in powder, I can tell... unfortunately we had a shit winter last year and the rare powder day we did get, I was riding a different board.
The only complaint I have about this board is that because it's a banana and no C2, if I hit a big tube rail, the board would sometimes feel like it's gonna slip out from under me. That's only if I 50-50 it though.... boardslide is good. On a normal rail, it's fine. Otherwise, it rides great everywhere. Jumps, groomers, you name it. I would definitely recommend this board for powder and backcountry... just can tell it's gonna be a boatload of fun there... but it's fun at ski resorts too. I really love it. This would be a great board to learn on as well. Highly recommended.
This board is similar to the GNU B-Street, but a little wider.
JUST USED MINE FOR THE FIRST TIME THIS YEAR. AFTER A FEW ADJUSTMENTS AND IN THE GULLYS AND ON THE RUNS IT IS GREEAT...TOOK SOME TIME TO GET USED TO THE BALANCE IN THE POWDER BUT IT DID COME ALONG AFTER A FEW RUNS DOWN. FEW MORE ADJ. AND IT IS GONNA BE A GREAT BOARD. ON THE EDGE AND OUTTA CONTROL..... ANGIE O.