GNU Money Snowboard · 2023
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The GNU Money Snowboard is designed for the rider looking for a versatile freestyle and park-driven snowboard. A classic twin tip shape, and plenty of pop with GNU's C2 Rocker camber profile, keeps the board balanced and flexible to spring off jumps or press down on the rails. Best for riders of intermediate riding abilities looking to improve their riding all over the mountain.
- Serrated Edges – This board comes with magne-traction edges for superior edge hold. The board has serrated, steak-knife-like edges that grab onto snow and ice better than traditional straight edges.
- Good-for-the-Environment Construction – Built with a sustainable Aspen/Paulownia wood core, an Eco-Sublimated poly top sheet, and an Eco-Sublimated Co-EX base for a super strong and environmentally-friendly snowboard.
- Rocker/Camber Board Profile – This board has GNU's C2 profile, which puts camber under the tip and tail to the inside of the bindings, and rocker between the feet. Creating a perfect blend to float and charge through crud and carve the whole hill.
This product is good for an intermediate rider that is looking to advance, as well as the advanced rider that is looking to take his resort/park riding to the next level. It is stable at most speeds, has a forgiving flex with tons of pop. This board is geared more towards small and medium jumps, but could be taken off of large jumps by the right rider. If you like to butter this board is a buttering machine and is at home jibbing and slashing boxes. It is not meant for deep powder but will do well with anything under a foot. Surprisingly well rounded for a price point deck this board is truly worth more than the sales price.
- Mellow resort runs with some park mixed in
- Great board to progress and learn on
- All around mountain board that does well in almost all conditions
- Does not handle hard carves well
- Is not great at high speeds
- Tends to get bucked around in choppy conditions
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